a little craven wishlist

craven wishes ah…there are so many weird and wonderful things out there that one just can’t have them all! BEHOLD the craven wishlist! A few of the things i would like to have if for no other reason than because they inspire me.

Piyo Measuring cup
Piyo 3 Piece Meauring Cup Set at Three Potato Four.

These Japanese kitchen aids are so stinkin cute it would make cake makin’ that much sweeter. It will also be a nice step in the direction of making my kitchen sweet as well as tasty.

Fauchon Macaron's

Fauchon Macaron’s

Unfortunately they are not available for purchase on the Fauchon Site but a pop into a Fauchon store is well worth the effort. A single Macaron, (pistachio was my favourite), would make any gruelling work day that much sweeter. The outer crust gently melts away on ones tongue reminding you what the love of all things gastro really is about…

Soy Restaurant NYC

Soy – Japanese Home cooking
A friend recently reccomended this place to me. Located on Suffolk between Delancy and Rivington in NYC. I am a BIG fan of home cooking and I am told this doesn’t disappoint. I haven’t had genuine Japanese home cooked fare since I was a wee gal in London hanging with my Japanese friends. An outing to Soy is on the books..

Paul Gayler - Pure Vegetarian Cookbook

Paul Gayler – Pure Vegetarian: Modern and Stylish Vegetarian Cooking

Available at Barnes and Noble. As a veggie it is always a treat when your dishes are treated to the same fine culinary fare as our carnivorous cousins are. Exec Chef Gayler offers a passion for international flavors creating wonderful combinations that will broaden your repertoire, whether you’re a vegetarian or not, and delight your tastebuds.

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2 Responses

  1. This is post is PURE Saer! I hope you get your wishlist items.

  2. urk…As you see, i never finished grammar school.

    Love the chicken measuring cups!!

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