Sunday, July 13, 2008

Kitchen Kapers

Image Eon

Image South of Market

Image Butik Sophie

Image Little White Dish

Image Pottery Barn

Image Vanille

Image Butik Sophie

Image Scarlett Alley

Image Mint

Image Pillivuyt

Image Vanille

Image Pilluvuyt

Yes, the pillow from the quirky Esther Diamond says it all! Our very big weekend did achieve the trimming of the laurel hedge, and it was cold, exhausting work.

As the Man-of-the-House completed my request without too much whingeing, I cooked up his favourite curry, Beef Massaman. 4 hours later (which is why it doesn't appear on our menu at home very often!) it was done & as sweet potatoes & pumpkin were cheap as at the Market yesterday, I also did a yummy Thai Roasted Pumpkin & Sweet Potato Soup.

I was lucky to be given a fabulous set of Bison ceramic mixing bowls a few years ago & as I was using them today in my minor cooking frenzy, I got to thinking about my favourite pieces in the kitchen & those I'd love to acquire (big hint to MOTH & all the boys for Christmas!)


  1. Hi Millie - just wrote a comment but for some reason I don't think it worked - so apologies if I have doubled up! - I love bison bowls, so jealous! All my kitchen pieces are white which i sometimes think is so boring - but you can't go wrong with all white. Thanks for all the gorgeous white ceramic photos - i'd like one of each please!
    Oh and curry and homemade dip? - think I need to head up the highway and track you down! he he. Have a great week x

  2. All so elegant, simple, classy.... just beautiful. I need a kitchen! A-M xx

  3. I am a sucker for all that is white and ironstone. I have an ever amounting collection in our Kitchen which is threatening to take over the place! Love that collander. I have never seen one before. Your dinner sounded yummy.

  4. I love white china...the is fabulous...I am in chilly Melbourne at the moment. I have been peeping over your shoulder now and then but could not remain silent after the wonderful images.


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Without a quickening of the heart.
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