Sunday, April 12, 2015

Treasure Hunting

Saturday we stopped at another antique store and found this treasure. Slightly bigger than mini muffins but smaller than today's standard size. Perfect for test batches.

Next weekend, the store is having a spring fling where different sellers set up tables. Very much excited to go, provided it's not snowing (it's happened before). As for this weekend, it was perfect treasure hunting, sunshine kind of fun.

LOVED IT!

Then today, we stumbled into a new cafe'. We didn't stay but for a second, just wanted to see the inside. Small joint, but might serve for when Barnes is packed.

And that my Boogerbutts concludes this post. Time for me to close the lid on both my coffin and this tablet. I am pooped. But I can honestly say, it's a good pooped.

Thanks for reading and boogie boogie.


34 comments:

  1. Nice find Whisk :)

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  2. Great find! It kind of looks like a popover pan.

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    1. It does, I agree. A friend of mine and I were just talking about that. This one isn't as deep and narrow as today's popover pans but when I saw it, the first thing I thought was POPOVERS!

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    1. Do you enjoy antique stores?

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  4. A great find, just love those moments that are unsuspected, hope you find more.

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    1. Me too. So fun and just a real treat.

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  5. I love stopping and looking around antique stores - and second hand bookshops.

    But good find for you .....you never know what you may 'stumble' on

    All the best Jan

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    1. Us too on the second hand bookstores. We hit one of those over the weekend as well.

      So fun!

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  6. I'm guessing you have a huge kitchen....

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    1. No, but I do use everything that I have. No waste. No patience for it, nor room.

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  7. And the pan makes eight. That's a strange number.

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    1. Two fours, baby. Two fours.

      Heaven.

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  8. Cool pan. Looks nice and sturdy.

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    1. It is sturdy. Do you like antique stores?

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    2. The only time I've ever been in one was when we were trying to find the value of a table our movers had broken, because it turned out that table was an antique (we'd gotten it cheap at an Army sale). I don't remember what we got for it, but I was sad to see it ruined because it was so cool looking.

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  9. Hope it's sunshine with no snow next weekend then!

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    1. I'm thinkin' sunny thoughts.

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  10. A good pooped sounds a lot better than a bad pooped, I've had plenty of them and believe me....you don't want one! ;0)

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    1. Been there to. No fun at all.

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  11. Your kitchen must be huge.
    Nice but huge.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. No, but I do use everything that I have. No waste. No patience for it, nor room.

      But someday I'll get my prep kitchen.

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  12. Ooooh...exciting! It's so much fun when you treasure hunt :)

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    1. Do you and George dig antique stores?

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  13. It looks solid. If you can get your hands on any antiques they will last forever. Unlike the crap you buy new.

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    1. Yeppers, and I'm SUPER picky about what I'll bake in and buy these days. Thankfully, I have a solid sturdy collection.

      Do you like to hit antique stores?

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  14. That would not be reasonable to have snow next week... we are coming up north next Sunday, if I see any fluffs coming down, I'm just going to turn the car right back to Florida!

    Great find please DO NOT post picture of what ever you cook in them, I might have a break down... LOL

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    1. How about a sugar-free lemon bake of some sort? That's what I plan to make next.

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  15. Test batching help--VERY important for a serious baker like you! OOh! :)

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    1. Do you and your wife like to go treasure hunting?

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