The curated kitchen: butternut bowls

Wheel-thrown, wide rimmed, and cheerfully glazed. Happy bowls from Suite One Studios. Indeed. 

The curated kitchen: sweet chips pickles

From Gordy’s Pickle Jar, Sweet Chips. Organic cucumbers, fresh ginger, garlic in a sweet brine. Quick, where’s the hamburger?


The curated kitchen: ice cream dishes

Ice-white, high-fired stoneware finished in a classic white gloss glaze. From Cheryl Wolff pottery. Just in time for ice cream.


The curated kitchen: Jack Rudy Small Batch Grenadine

Jack Rudy Small Batch Grenadine is rich and full-flavored up front, then gives way to a bright, almost tropical finish that lifts a drinks profile. Use it to create new cocktails or revisit classic drinks like a Ward 8, Jack Rose, El Presidente, or Monkey Gland. Or just put it on a windowsill and let the sunlight give your kitchen a beautifully rosy glow.


The curated kitchen: the porter bottle opener

The Porter Bottle Opener from Dropcatch. It contains a rare-earth magnet and holds over 60 bottle caps. Clever as well as handsome.


The curated kitchen: Goat’s milk caramel sauce

Fat Toad Farm goat’s milk caramel sauce. Creamy caramel richness with the subtle tang of goat’s milk. Incredible. 


The curated kitchen: baker’s twine

Cheery red and white stripe. Like a long, thin smile. From Regency.


The curated kitchen: fruit for Easter (and Passover)

Enough with the cake, the candy, the overwhelming sweets. Here’s a nice change of plans: an organic gift tower. An assortment of plump, organic fruits. A bottle of organic sparkling lemonade. A packet of organic trail mix. And did I mention organic? (Thanks to The Fruit Company for sending one over for us to see for ourselves.) This is a present I would welcome.

The curated kitchen: foot fetish bowl

The Celadon Footed Bowl. From Francis Palmer Pottery. Ethereally lovely. 


The curated kitchen: lemon cordial

Fresh lemon juice is combined with real zest in this refreshing cordial. Mix 1:3 with seltzer or water for a refreshing beverage. Found at Morris Kitchen. Home of lots of pretty bottles full of lots of lovely things.