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November 26, 2010

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Daniel

How do you do it? How do you manage to photograph something so seemingly ordinary look so intensely interesting?

Emily

i use my blini pan to toast spices and nuts.

another outspoken female

My most useless single use bit of equipment is a rectangular pan for making the rolled Japanese omelet that goes on top of sushi. Now I think about it, I have no idea where it is. Probably in the shed with the stove top waffle iron!
And yes you do make the ordinary become magical with your wonderful pictures :)

Wendy

Ah, you reminded me about the b'astillas. Very excited about making these. Very excited about making these and I haven't felt excited about making much recently. Thank you.

Ali

we used pans much like this in a french restaurant i once cooked at...to short-order saute individual orders of lovely things. we had a huge stack of 'em on the shelf above the cooktop.

i love your kitchen sink photos.
the light is so great.
always.

Georgia

Beautiful shot! You've inspired me to revisit some of my own single use items and find some other fun ways to use them.

Lucy

Daniel, it's film, man...

Emily: Brilliant thinking!

AOF, let's see if we can unearth it next time I'm over.

Wendy, my cooking mojo's been M.I.A. for months...pleased my dirty dishes inspired you.

Ali, thank you. Bright, clear Aust. light is wild at times. Love the idea of a stack of these for short-order cooking!

Georgia: Makes the excessive purchase feel somehow less so...


spiceandmore

Ah see I didn't even know what the real purpose of that pan was. We bought one because my seven year old daughter begged to have one - it is so cute! And she takes great pleasure in cooking eggs in it for our breakfast. When she cooks, it has to be in her special pan!

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