Shari Black has been bugging me to read this book ever since I met her. The fact that it was once an Oprah's Book Club selection doesn't help, but I will consider it this summer.
Such a steal at 0.70. Super chic and reminds me of the 1920s. It's in perfect condition. I may take it out with me tonight. This was my favourite purchase today.
Last week I got the entire pie holder and now I can take just a slice with me. However, if I'm being realistic, I never just take one slice of pie. Come on. But, more classic Tupperware!
Barefoot Contessa always uses these. Cheesecake anyone?
My mom has one of these, but this one is much bigger. It's old school but I think they work better than those new fangled electric juicers.
Is this too old for me? I like the shape - seems art deco or something. As long as I don't fill it with Waldorf Salad or turnip, I may be able to pull it off.
Yeah, this really pissed me off. There were two of these glasses and as I carried it around (in my springform pan) I dropped one and it smashed on the floor. (Hmmm, maybe the springform pan isn't as great as I thought.) Everyone gasped and glared at me for spoiling potential church donations. I overpaid on the other items to make up for it.
Isn't it required that every Canadian own one of these? Looks brand new. The next time I sneak snacks into the movie I can try to smuggle this too. It's about the same quantity as the jumbo size you'd buy there anyway. (Ok, I'm kidding, I don't smuggle food in. Very often.)
Ok, this one definitely puts me into senior citizen striking distance. But I thought, everyone likes Jell-o and maybe one day I'll want to make such a salad. With Christmas trees, stars and flowers, who wouldn't love that?
This might have been a mistake.