Since I haven't shown you much of the kitchen since last winter, I'm gonna join Sheila at Note Songs for her Heart of the Home tour today.
A little piece of advice for anyone who's planning a kitchen: DO NOT LET YOUR ELECTRICIAN TALK YOU INTO POWER OUTLETS IN THE UNDER CABINET LIGHTING STRIP!! I can't tell you how much I regret doing this. There are only two words for these things...Ug. Ly.
That wild bunch of branches in the white french cache pot was another "present" from B this weekend. He whacked it down at the hunt club and lugged it home. Isn't that sweet?
Guess what this is?
He's the latest acquisition in my quest to ramp up the funk factor in this house. More of that mid-life crisis thing, I guess. I so do not want to have an old lady house.
An heirloom blue pumpkin from the farmer's market and a yellow bowl I bought for $1 at the Nester's yard sale a couple weekends ago. The copper fleur de lis cookie cutter is from Sur la Table.
More farmer's market goodness.
I've shown you the stove before (don't look, Lori!),
but I added the fall stuff up above for, well, Fall.
The red candle is a Capri Blue from Anthropologie. Get one. You'll think you've died and gone to heaven... and heaven turned out to be an Anthro store.
The soapstone countertops are hangin' in there just fine.
My cookbooks serve only one purpose - to look pretty on the shelves.
I did make B a peach cobbler (from scratch, even!) this afternoon. It's in the oven while I'm typing this. I'll let you know how it turns out.