Hanukkah is here! Christmas and the New Year are right around the corner! Here are some suggestions for kitchen-related things you might like to give or receive! 10 things I love. I hope you do too! Check in later today for the 11th cookie!
These salt & pepper shakers from Heath Ceramics are one of my favorite things—beautiful and really nice to use. They have a good weight to them.
Fennel pollen! Peggy Knickerbocker wrote, “If angels sprinkled a spice from their wings, this would be it.”
I love this towel! Conversions and a ruler printed right on it. Almost too pretty to use. (But I am still using it)
Canal House Cooking is a self-published cookbook series by Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton. Three beautiful cookbooks a year. What more could you ask for? The first two have been wonderful, can’t wait to see what the future holds!
This is my favorite candle. Smells like a wood burning fireplace. Perfect for those of us without one. I don’t know what this has to do with food.
If anyone is looking for something for me, how about 10 pounds of frozen tart cherries from Friske Farms? I can’t imagine a better treat in the middle of winter. FYI- shipping is more than the actual cherries. But still!
Everyone needs a good kitchen clock and this one is particularly beautiful. It swings!
Tekla towels from IKEA are great, and at 49 cents each you can afford to get them for everyone! They make great gift wrap.
Happy Hanukkah everyone!!! See you later for a cookie!