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A kitchen is a room used for the preparation of food.
Kitchen may also refer to:
- Kitchen, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Logan County
- The Kitchen (art space), an art space in New York City
- Kitchen (surname), for people named Kitchen
- Kitchen (novel), a 1993 novel by Japanese author Banana Yoshimoto
- The Kitchen (play), a 1957 play by Arnold Wesker
Film and TV
- Kitchen (1966 film), a 1966 American film
- Kitchen (1997 film), a 1997 Hong Kong film
- The Kitchen (1961 film), a 1961 British drama film
- The Kitchen (2012 film), a 2012 American comedy-drama film
- Kitchen (TV series) or Кухня, a 2012 Russian TV series
- The Kitchen (album), a 2013 album by Hieroglyphics
- The Kitchen (TV series), a 2014 American cooking-themed talk show
- Kitchen advertising agency, co-founded by Anne Gravingen and Bendik Romstad and now a unit of Leo Burnett Worldwide
- Soviet/Russian Kh-22 Raduga anti-ship missile, a.k.a. AS-4 Kitchen
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