Baking is by far my favourite cooking method. What's not to love about it? I think that baking particularly comes into it own at this time of the year: savoury pies, fruit crumbles, jacket potatoes, pasta bakes, shepherd's pie, cobblers, scones and biscuits. You do all the prep, then the oven does the magic and fills the kitchen with a delicious warming aroma.
I have a really weakness for bakeware: wether a nostalgic pie dish or a set of perfectly coloured mixing bowl. I like to have much of my bakeware on display in my kitchen; so it has to be both functional and good-on-the-eye. Today I am sharing my current 'lust list' of bakeware. Maybe just one or two pieces might find their way into my kitchen if I have a moment of weakness at anytime soon. Failing that there is always my Christmas list.
Poppie silicone loaf tin £12.00 http://www.habitat.co.uk
Tala 1960’s Coloured Crinkle Cutters £7.00 http://www.heals.co.uk
Falcon enamel pie set £44.99 http://www.scp.co.uk
Kitchen Metric Conversions Art Poster by SweetFineDay £17.95 http://www.etsy.com
John Lewis Home Comforts Fancy Bun Tin, 12 Cup £9.00 http://www.johnlewis.com
Joseph Joseph Nest Plus 9, Multi £32 http://www.johnlewis.com
Terra round baking dish £12.00 http://www.habitat.co.uk
Spades Measuring Cups £28.00 http://www.anthropologie.eu
Kitchen Magic Whisk £6.00 http://www.anthropologie.eu
Cast Iron & Chrome Kitchen Scales £42.00 http://www.coxandcox.co.uk
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