Since one of my wedding vows was “to learn to cook the basics” I’ve been thinking about how I might go about sprucing up our kitchen. First things first, I’m going to need a sweet apron, don’t you think? This red polka dot number by Dollface Aprons is pretty darn cute, but they also have cherries, roses and plaid. How’s a girl to choose?
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That is too adorable; the little heart shaped top has me swooning! Let me know if you need some help in the kitchen!
anthropologie’s aprons make me want to enroll in culinary school (versus my current microwave-only existence)
Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll says
Can just see you in it!
elissa, ebb & flow says
so many great choices! i’m always drawn to anthro’s aprons, like nicki, but i just haven’t been able to justify that purchase. good luck with your cooking adventures!
sharon trinh says
that is such a cute apron! when i first saw it, i thought it was a dress! hehe :)
LOVING this apron– SO adorable! Great find!
Ms Pink says
um! I love this! <3
Adorable, Mrs. Armour! You’ll be a star in the kitchen in no time (or at least look adorable doing it!)
Julie LoRusso says
I highly recommend buying ALL the Ina Garten/ Barefoot Contessa cookbooks. Her books are so well done and EVERY recipe I’ve tried is a keeper. She keeps it simple too.
You’ll look a lot cuter than her in that sassy apron :)
My Mother taught me the way to a man’s heart is via the stomach. You must read about how Venus lured Vulcan back home with her “soup de poisson”~
Cute aprons work too. Love that one! I love the “JOY” of cooking.
Very *Lucy*! I don’t think she was a very good cook though.
You most definitely can’t go wrong with Ina…she’ll have you whipping up delicious meals in no time…and everyone will be oooing and ahhing, especially your dear hubby (but they’re super easy). My last post was actually a variation on one of her soups.
Happy cooking ans apron wearing!
I agree with Julie, Ina Garten is the best.
For once you get past the basics. It’s my favorite. :)
giada is the best. or come over here and i’ll teach you the basics. =) i think i’ve actually earned a cute apron. i think a trip to anthro is in store for tomorrow.
D. @ Outside Oslo says
Ooh, an apron is just the thing to make one want to cook and bake and cook and bake some more!