Subversive. Decadent. Addictive.
posted by Underground Baker at 9:13 AM
Oh, wow. These are truly lovverly. Did you buy them or did you have the self-control to leave them on the shelf?
I would except that my extremely modest income will not allow such a purchase.
These are so beautiful. Do they hang? Is there some kind of cap for shaking out the salt? Holy are they gorgeous.
They're really nice, UB.By the way, I was thinking of you a couple of weeks back when I was proofreading a book on "fast bread". It was pretty interesting stuff. Almost made me want to bake some loaves.
Hi Candy - yes, they have caps, (or can seal somehow...I wanted to pick them up and look more closely, but as you know I was afraid of something terrible and embarrassing to happen, so wisely chose not to touch them AT ALL), and should/could be hung. There is no holder made for them...Pernilla, get on that will you!* - oh god, proofreading a cook/bake book could get quite uninteresting quite fast I would think. If the book almost inspired you to make something, it must be pretty good. Shall I watch for it?
Oh my gosh - I would wear them on a necklace proudly - or at the very least duplicate them into these fab earrings or something..in silver.
Wow, I've never seen anything like that before. Very medieval. Very cool.
Hey, Todd created the ring I had made for Paul two years ago.Small, small world :)Nice shakers ;)
Hey, you might be on to something there. The breads were interesting, but recipe after recipe is very tedious! I'll let you know when it's out.
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