This Christmas has already been pretty exciting. Luckily our shopping is stick-a-fork-in-me-DONE. But in case yours is not… and you just can’t seem to find that special something… here are few suggestions for people who just seem more at home in the kitchen.
Thomas Keller is a world renowned Chef… whose table I would love to sit at for a family style dinner… and this book is incredible.
These amazing ceramic egg crates from Anthropologie are the perfect way to set our the eggs you need to rest and come to room temp without the little boogers rolling all over the counter top.
Olive wood is such a beautiful accent, especially with white ceramic dishes. These salad tools can be used for a great salad, pasta, or a great veggie style side dish… great for serving family style.
I love these carafes for a Sunday brunch or a lunch with the girls… or for a fun shower. I really love these when I think about making fresh juice and fun mixed drinks.
I can’t help but love green glass… and these are exceptionally beautiful with their opaque tops and texture and details on the bottoms.
Those who know me know I rarely cook without my favorite aprons… and this would top them all. Beautiful wit clean lines, and that blue would look gorgeous in my kitchen with all of its bright blue accents.
I can’t get enough of these tags… the are the perfect tag to top jars of cookie mixes, spiced tea, hot cocoa mixes, or boxes of home baked goodies.
I love cake stands. I love cake stands. I really really love cake stands. And this fun square cake stand is super fun being all square and cute… and what a great way to display truffles, cupcakes, or tiny appetizers.
My dishtowels are all white.. and super cheap, so that I can get chocolate all over them and then bleach them like crazy. But this towel is just too cute… and if it lived in my kitchen I would promise my dear husband to not touch it with my chocolate hands.
This rolling pin is the perfect rolling pin for rolling out pastry, cookies, or pie crusts… think of all the gingerbread tarts that could be rolled out!
Ryan keeps “suggesting” some new salt and pepper mills, somet hat aren’t acrylic or wood. I like stainless steel a lot… but these are beautiful. Clean, sleek, and would look hot next to my stove and on my table top.
Around the holidays I always have to stop at William-Sonoma when I make a trip to Northpark… and this little guy won my heart. I have to stop because around the holidays they have the best stuff cooking behind the counter… hot spiced cider, hot chocolate, crepes with pumpkin filling, peppermint bark, and filled pancake balls oh my! I could just see little filled pancake balls being served in a big basket and dusted with powdered sugar and cinnamon. Yum!
Dishtowel, apron, carafes, egg crates, green glass, and salad utensils all hail from Anthropologie. The tags and cake stand are from Martha Stewart at Macy’s. Ad Hoc can be found at Amazon. Salt and pepper mills, pancake molds, and rolling pin are from William-Sonoma.
Enjoy stuffing stockings and wrapping gifts in the coming days.. and enjoy being with your family and friends as you share the holidays!