“Way cool” frying pans from the Italian company TVS are available here at ACE.
Also seen at Target, for once we can get it here too! I saw these decorative frying pans and got really excited. I see many display possibilities for this innovative cookware, especially if you have a hanging pot rack in your kitchen.
Before I start on this post I have to rave about a tomato risotto with saffron I just made. (not kosher – sorry.) We have basil and cherry tomatoes growing in our backyard and I made chicken soup earlier this week (so I had fresh broth). OMG – yum. I just made 2 adjustments, I added 1/4 cup white wine in the beginning instead of the vermouth at the end (because I don’t have vermouth, I’m not even sure what that is) and I added celery with the onion because I had extra from making the soup. Seriously yummy.
Speaking of cooking, the Gerbers had the most amazing kitchen! I’m loving the painted table with the Hafatzim chairs. I’m thinking I need that look (when I finally have a big enough space for a table like that…) Did I mention how much I love those chairs?
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This wallpaper project did end eventually but not until it got the best of me!
Here is the kitchen that I worked on over the summer. The wall paper shown here was applied 30 years ago. Notice the niche on the right with the wallpaper behind the shelves.