How fun and cheeky is this cutting board! I think I must have to get this for myself, don’t you think?
To buy (for me): Gretel Home
I’m already drooling by thought of this!
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So I was watching a food show about Indian street food, which featured this very inspiring versatile chapati wrap. What makes it unique is the beaten egg cooked with a chapati on top. The result is a chapati with a velvety thin omelette stuck to one side. The chapati is then filled egg side in with a cooked thick tomato, onion and cut up chicken mixture and rolled. I asked an Indian friend about the wrap and she said that it was called a Johnny. She didn’t know why.
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About two years ago, I was inspired to make my own loaf of whole grain sandwich bread because I felt there was nothing in the market that was real enough for me. I got into the habit of making this bread every once in a while but it’s been over a year now. I miss the kneading and the waiting and the smell of a freshly baked loaf!
I should get back into the bread making habit. Having a sandwich using the bread you’ve made yourself is amazing!
I will let you know if I actually commit. Stay tuned!
How beautiful is this jug with cups set? I seriously need to get my own place ASAP. There are so many kitchen/dining products I need to own!
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I got these sandwich bags with bugs on them for my 7 year old nephew who is very much into bugs, insects and other slimy, gross creatures. I knew he would love it! And he did. It makes lunch time a bit more entertaining, well at least for a 7 year old.
Oh and I think Fred products are absolutely genius and so much fun.
Image via Archie McPhee