We are fans of BUILT NY's bright, stretchy, and well-made wine totes and lunch bags. We've mentioned their cute lunchbox and their picnic duffel too. Now they're expanding into kitchen tools as well: they want to help you make your lunch, not just carry it.
We love linen! It's one of the strongest, most durable fabrics, and it grows more beautiful each time you wash it. We have some lovely linen napkins, and we're on the lookout for a good linen apron. Here are ten under $50.
The idea of an apron might seem rather quaint to some of us, bringing to mind black and white images of women pulling cookies from gleaming new ovens. But for a simple piece of clothing, an apron can really come in quite handy! Do you wear one while cooking?
Fashion and footwear isn't something that comes up very often here at the Kitchn. But with all the winter and holiday cooking in our near future, we thought we'd pay tribute to that which keeps us on our toes! What do you wear for a long day in the kitchen?
Check out this Pie Month-appropriate t-shirt from JennyAnn Wheeler over at BuyOlympia.com. A perfect gift for your pie obsessed sweetie -- it even comes in men's sizes! Read on for more information and fun kitchen things from Buy Olympia.
You're so great! You're always there when we need you. You so generously protect our fingers from harm. You wear your burns and stains without complaint. You willingly step in as trivets when needed. Is there anything you can't do, really?
British designer Cath Kidston’s vintage-inspired patterns include kitchen goods like retro aprons, tea towels, oven mitts, paper napkins, tea cosies and more in florals, stripes and woven checks to warm up your kitchen.
Candidates in the kitchen - these aprons are a good way to express your support of the democratic process, or maybe another way to remind your friends to vote. Hillary, on the left, is $17.99 at CafePress and Obama, on the right is $18.99, also at CafePress.