Got Dishes, now what?

That’s easy.

Bakeware! ๐Ÿ™‚

After having been holed in in my home office for over a week, I reached a serious crisis (= as in “If I have to spend another $&/(“ยง& minute in this ยง$%()$/ room, in front of this $%/)ยง=$” computer, I’ll go raving mad”) on Friday night. So drastic measures were called for, and on Saturday morning I hurried to the station to catch the train to Frankfurt in order to go shopping! Wheeeee!

Went to Lush first to buy shampoo and a Buffy. Afterwards on to Hugendubel (= big bookstore) to look for Martha Stewart cookbooks. Or some nice design book. No such luck. Left with book about dogs of the British royal family. Now on to Cri Cri aka the Shop in Which Sandy Always Spends an Awful Lot of Money. This time I resisted the lure of beautiful tablecloths (it was a bit depressing that the special offer Leitner tablecloth still cost 278 โ‚ฌ!) and instead ventured into the basement to the cookware. Where I fell under the spell of Nordic Ware’s bakeware. But who could possibly resist such beauties? So you see? it’s so not my fault!

Flowers! And still more flowers! It’s beginning to look a lot like spring time!!!

I’ve already made a list of other Nordic Ware bakeware I’d like to have … Their designs are simply fantastic: among other things, there are castles, palaces, Christmas trees, and carousels. Oh yes. And flowers. ๐Ÿ™‚

2 thoughts on “Got Dishes, now what?

  1. Laura Vivanco

    So have you got any jelly moulds yet? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    The one I remember best from my childhood was a large rabbit shape. I only ever saw this at birthday parties. As far as I can remember, the rabbit was usually red jelly, and then there was a layer of green jelly for the grass under the rabbit. I can’t remember if the person who’d made the jelly had waited for the rabbit to cool and solidified and had then added a layer of green jelly, or whether the green had been made separately, like this. Whichever way it was, it obviously made a big impression on me, even though I didn’t actually much like eating jelly.

  2. Sandra Schwab

    No, I haven’t yet got any jelly moulds. But if I wanted to, I could also use the flower muffins form for jelly. ๐Ÿ™‚ I don’t think I will, though, because I’m not overly fond of jelly. But still, that rabbit mould is cute!!!

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