Cooking with Animals

Don’t worry, it’s still vegan as long as they’re ceramic!

51 thoughts on “Cooking with Animals

  1. How adorable! You just have the most fantastic blog… you are always sharing wonderful, new things, and everything is photographed so well!

  2. Uh-oh. One fell down. Just what have you been feeding them, Hannah? LOL. Seriously, they ARE cute. Sometime you’ll have to post about how much or little fun you have in the kitchen. You know – do you sing and dance around or are you all stressed out, do you have the radio or television on, a favorite apron, etc. I think I speak for everyone when I say that we’d all love to hear about it. :D

  3. I love those so much! They make me want to laugh and cry at the same time for their absolute cuteness. Where did you find these?????

  4. I just love your posts although I seldom comment,
    (am I am lurker?
    But seriously, these are TOO charming..
    I would be cooking up a storm with those sweet faces looking at me…
    I am now going to look them up..

  5. I love those measuring utencils! Where ever dod you get those. My daughter loves to cook with us and they would be a fun addition to our kitchen!

  6. I LOVE these! I have been eyeing the duck measuring cups online for a while, but I did not even know about the giraffe spoons! The pictures really capture them well too!

  7. These really are too cute! They are available at Anthropologie. I think I’m just going to have to get some!

  8. Those are the most adorable cooking aids I have ever seen. They make my pink measuring cups and spoons seem so blah, lol. Please share where you got them….please.

  9. your blog is my new favorite.its so refreshing to see a creative blog with really amazing clear sharp photos. not to hate on the other ones, but for me loving photography, its jsut nice to see :)check out my blog sometime

  10. I just looked at these on the Anthropologie site and it says they are made of bone china…Maybe they changed them or did you get these elsewhere? They’re adorable, though.

  11. Well, the measuring spoons are stonewear according to the website. Sorry, I should have said that.

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