Friday, January 23, 2009

Show and Tell Friday

A corner of my kitchen

In this Friday Show and Tell I will show you a corner of my kitchen.
It’s one of the most used bit of the kitchen because my husband is always going there to put the kettle on.

When we married, we had a traditional one, not electric, that had a wistle when the water was boiling. Later, he bought me an electric one, a rather traditional looking one. Then, the years went by and it was in urgent need of being replaced and he bought this one.

My new kettle

Another thing in the corner is the two piece to put the wooden spoon in – and other things – and the china spoon to rest the wooden one that we are using when we are cooking.

Oh, and I forgot to mention the two teapots, inseparable companions of the kettle.

For Kelli’s Show and Tell Friday.

Show and Tell


Jenny said...

Your kitchen is spotless, I must go and give mine a clean. I love the two teapots, great colours together.

LBP said...

I love teapots and yours are just adorable!



Belinda said...

You know, I've been wanting an electric kettle for ages, and have yet to get one. Seeing how gleaming and shiny your kettle is has got me wanting to run to the kitchen and polish up my regular old stovetop kettle...I'd be embarrassed to post a photo of it as it is! I love the little companion teapots too...so cute. :-)

Smilingsal said...

It looks as if you have some pretty granite. Thank you for sharing. Happy Show and Tell Day.

Lara Gisela said...

Thanks for sharing! I like your teapots and your electric kettle. I need to replace mine as well.

Jules said...

Thanks for sharing a corner of your kitchen with us. I love the traditional teapots that have a whistle. My BF gave me one as a wedding gift and I love it!

Sandra said...

Love it :)

Anonymous said...

My mother in law has a teapot just like yours. I love the holder for all your spoons etc.

Linda C said...

I love this corner of your kitchen. And how nice that your husband puts the kettle on for you:)

Your tea pots are lovely, very inviting!

Linda C

Julieann said...

That is the neatest little corner--I love the wheat canister and spoon holder and your tea pots are just precious, especially since your hubby got them for you:)


Beti Copetti said...

É muito bacana ver cantinhos das casas das pessoas. Às vezes parece que a gente está espiando pela janela, mas com consentimento!! ;-)

50s Housewife said...

I love your teapots! I've never had an electric one.