Friday, 12 August 2011

Measuring c(up)

I've been in the mood to bake for a while and after seeing these gorgeous measuring cups I am feeling even more inspired! For me the whole experience of cooking is as important as the final dish itself. If you surround yourself with beautiful objects, you're bound to produce something beautiful, right? OK fine, there will always be exceptions. But wouldn't you just love to have something like this in your kitchen rather than matching-matching plastic or plain glass ones?!





While we are on the subject of baking, can someone recommend a good oven to me? I need to replace my tiny, ten year old OTG! Don't have space for anything built-in so it will have to be a counter top. Looking forward to hearing from you!


PS - Aren't these spoons the most beautiful? Just like a piece of art!

*All images are from my ongoing crush, Anthropologie 
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8 comments:

  1. Guess what, last night i literally drooled over these on Anthropologie page..! And was saying my bitter half, the list of items he ought to collect (buy) for me when he goes abroad..! And today you posted these..! love love these..!

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  2. Also, I wonder why we don't get such cutest of cute stuffs in India.. :'( (If you know some place, let me know plz)

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  3. If they made measuring cups in copper, clay, bronze, stone or brass in India, I'd snap them up in a hurry! I bet some US company will beat us to it even though they are all materials used here. Love these Sahana...they're on my "to buy" list when I head off to the US next month!

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  4. anthropologie is a great store! nice blog!

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  5. The first one is the cutest .. Such an awesome store!!

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  6. They are so beautiful, but I'm likely to break them all too soon. I use the basic Ikea measuring cups and spoons!

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  7. @ Kamini... You are saying it out..! Same here (btw your collection of mortar pestel is too much..! :P)

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  8. All the best with the baking expeditions, love em measuring cups. Before I moved out of India, I used to have a Morphy Richards 32 L OTG, which was very convenient. If you plan on baking something large-ish(turkey,mebbe?)you may want to go in for a bigger capacity OTG. - Shinta

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