My Favorite Things

October 11, 2007 at 8:30 pm | Posted in Favorite Things, Review | 2 Comments
You know how Martha Stewart has that “favorite things” section of her website? Well, I’m going to start adding my favorites to my blog here. Why shouldn’t I get to draw attention to products that I like and would use/buy again?? So, here goes:


KitchenAid Professional 600-Series Stand Mixer
This stand mixer was a gift from my parents about 3 years ago. I love it beyond all reasonable love. I’ve never had problems mixing anything – from whipping 1 egg white to my mother’s gallette recipe (which involves an ENTIRE 5-lb bag of flour). I love that the bowl is dishwasher safe and that the finish wipes clean easily. If you want your own, you can buy it here:
http://www.kitchenaid.com/catalog/product.jsp?src=Stand+Mixers&cat=310&prod=488
Pampered Chef Tool Turn-About


For those of you who know me well, you know that I LOVE pampered chef. I’d sell it, except that down here you have to be bilingual to be successful. All that being said, I have a slightly older version of this … mine is white and not the “new and improved” version (which has stronger ball bearings).

I love this tool caddy because it keeps the tools from getting all tangled up in a drawer. I put it right next to the stove, which makes grabbing what I need really easy when I’m cooking. No more stuck-on sauce while I’m hunting for the right spoon!

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  1. KA mixer RULES! I think it makes baking even more fun! I don’t know how I baked without it. oh wait. before I didn’t bake! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Ha ha! You are a funny girl, Clara. ๐Ÿ™‚


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