I am sharing with you 13 things that I am loving from Food52 right now. Food52 has a huge assortment of products but my favorite is their vintage one-of-a-kind section where I can grab vintage French rolling pins, bread boards, copper pots and glassware. I also love their unique cookbooks!
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Vintage Copper Baking Dish, Early 20th Century
I am obsessed with this copper dish with its large copper rivets, heavy brass handles, and the brass finial on top of the lid. Its perfect for serving at the table to really impress your guests.
Handmade Wool Dryer Balls
I love these Eco-friendly dryer balls! Not only do they last for years but they display nicely in a glass canister too! The wool is unscented so no need to worry about perfumes or chemicals which is perfect for my husbands sensitive skin. I love the oatmeal, grey and cream combination.
Vintage-Inspired French Push Broom
I don't know why but I love a good broom! This classic push broom has fine horse hair bristles that pick up every last speck of dust. The color options make cleaning just a little more fun.
Boxwood & Mrytle Half Wreath
This style wreath is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. It feels modern and would be perfect hanging in an entryway or bed. It’ll bring a touch of green to your home for up to a year!
Food52 - Mighty Salads
Salads don't have to be boring! This book has 60 recipes like Grilled Steak and Tossed Salsa Verde Salad (with a way easier version of pesto) that will become your new favorite packable lunch.
Food52 - A New Way To Dinner
Lets be honest, we start Monday off with the best intentions for cooking home-cooked meals only to get overwhelmed with schedules and resort to ordering pizza by midweek? This book right here can help you become a meal planning master with stress-free weekly meal-planning. With lots of delicious recipes that will look forward to eating.
Handwoven Moroccan Baskets
Its no secret, my love for large woven baskets! I use them for everything from toting my lunch, hauling laundry across the house, as a planter for my plants live or faux, for storing shoes and toys. The possibilities are endless!
Dough Scraper with Wood & Brass Handle
Dough scrapers are the unsung heroes in the kitchen. I use these bad boys to scrape sticky messes off my counters, portion off dough's and even as an extra wide spatula! This one has a sturdy stainless steel blade and a gorgeous walnut handle with brass rivets.
French Rolling Pin
My love for French rolling pins run deep. I adore their tapered silhouette that is equally beautiful as it is functional. This one is polished with a bee's wax & mineral oil mixture for an smooth, clean finish. It has a unique small brass hanging detail, so you hang it from a hook for displaying.
Vintage French Large Pickling Jar
I've had my eye on this piece for some time now. It reminds me of our Thomas vase so much but like its cooler, French cousin... Because its a handmade glass, it has that wonderful off-kilter lean with all the flecks and bubbles dotting the surface. I love when glass has a personality! This light-blue beauty could be filled with bunches of pink peonies, or branches of eucalyptus.
Food52 x Farmhouse Pottery Spoon Rest
This oatmeal-colored spoon rest is the perfect addition to any kitchen. Protect your stovetop or countertop from those messy spoons in a stylish way.
Speckled Ceramic Milk Pie Plate
I love pie! I love them way more than some over-rated cake with too much frosting (sorry but not sorry). Perfect for making a lovely pie, this pie plate has a subtly scalloped and embossed edge. This piece feels timeless with its raw, textured clay with tiny speckles on the outside and a semi-opaque milk glaze with sprays of speckles on the inside.
Vintage Vermont Sap Bucket
These vintage steel buckets were found in an old barn in Vermont, where they were used to collect sap from maple trees during sugaring season. I would love to grab a bunch of these for our fresh flowers here at the shop! They would be great for cold drinks during barbecue season too!
Vintage White Monogrammed French Napkins
How I adore crisp white cloth napkin and these ones have such a story to tell. Each one has a unique monogram, adding a certain elegance & mystery to your meal. Some of these vintage jewels are linen & some are cotton, but all of them are full of intrigue and beauty.