The Thin Kitchen is an 16th century engraving by Pieter van der Heyden. It shows the activities of people in the 'thin kitchen', a place where scarce food is prepared and warily consumed. At the door is a large man (a member of 'the Fat Kitchen', the engraving's sister piece) being 86'd by a very thin, very disgusted man.
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