I’m finally settling into my new condo. I’ve been in it about a month and have already begun baking and cooking again! Just this morning I woke up at 4 a.m. and baked cinnamon rolls for my monthly book club meeting (and then went back to bed for much-needed sleep!).
Now that most of my kitchen supplies have found a home, I’m evaluating what I don’t have. I already made a trip to Crate and Barrel to pick up some plain white bowls for cereal and soup, etc. (4 large, 2 small).
The list of things I’ve come up with that I’m missing in my kitchen (although I’m sure the list will grow) are:
- wooden spoons
- cookie sheets
- serving spoons
- turner spatula (for pancakes, etc)
- pie plates
- bread basket
- food processor
- cookie jar
- table cloth
- pasta maker
- pizza pan
I’m trying to keep the list somewhat minimal since I only have so much space, but some things are necessary: like cookie sheets. How can I make people cookies without these?
If there’s something not on the list that you can’t live without in your kitchen, add it in the comments. I may or may not already have it. For instance, I already have the coveted kitchen aid mixer, a wine rack, plenty of bar glasses, and many mixing bowls passed down from my mother.
Also, if you know of a place I should check out to purchase any of the above, please let me know. I typically go to Crate and Barrel or Sur la Table, but am open to places with unique selections. I used to love the kitschy place on Anderson Lane, but am not sure where it moved to.
To new kitchen experiences!