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Monday Lovelies



It's Monday! Yay? I hope you guys had a lovely weekend. 

Here are some things that I've been loving lately. Enjoy!


You guys. I had no idea that SMEG makes small appliances! This toaster is just adorable. If only it was affordable as well.



12 tips on how to style food like a pro
This post (via Domaine) has some great food styling tips. If you're new to food photography, you should definitely give it a read.



Chye Seng Huat Hardware
[Photo credit: Shuzhen on Flickr]

I love latte art. It makes me happy.



HERRIOTT GRACE
Why do all of the Herriot and Grace products have to be SO expensive? They are gorgeous. 



The Bojon Gourmet: DIY Sushi at Home: A Video Collaboration!
I really enjoyed this post about homemade sushi via The Bojon Gourmet. It's very helpful to see a video of it being made, especially if you've never attempted it before. It's easier than it sounds!




My little Helen modeling these adorable pintucked pantalettes (hand made by Reuben's sister). You should check out her line of children's clothing.
Reuben's sister, Amanda, has launched a line of children's clothing on Etsy. Here Helen is modeling the adorable pantalettes and raglan dress.




Creamy Mushroom Alfredo. I've gotta give this a try...
I'd really like to give this Mushroom Alfredo a try. Recipe + photo via The Cooking Jar.




[Photo via The Design Files]

This kitchen. I die. Oh the copper. Oh the wood. Oh the open shelf! I loved it so much I pinned it to my Domestic board twice. Oops.




Dansk Kobenstyle Cookware - anthropologie.com
I kind of adore enamel bakeware. This set from Anthropologie is beautiful.

What's been on your to-cook/to-buy list lately?




Note: some links are affiliate. All opinions are my own.

3 comments

  1. that toaster is beautiful! But you are right, that's just WAY too expensive.

    Sarah
    Midwest Darling

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    1. Yes. Maybe if I ever turn out to be a millionaire, I'll buy one. :P

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  2. That toaster would be a total splurge but it's so cute! Right now though, I'll stick to my silly Hello Kitty toaster I bought in college. I mean, it still works even though I am less inclined to want kitty faces in my toast nowadays. I love love the Anthro baking set, but that's also far out of my budget right now. Also, we have the same dream kitchen. :)

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