17 February 2011

sugar...

...ahhh sugar, sugar
wait, what?
that’s a tea strainer
in this kitchen it’s a powdered-sugar-shaker

favorite blueberry muffin recipe...Williams and Sonoma
Sweet!

14 comments:

Alexis said...

Those look amazing! What did you bake the muffins in in the top pictures?
So ironic you posted about sugar, I just finished off a box of dark chocolate Valentine's hearts :)

The Buzz said...

I'm so getting that apron for my 12-yr-old son who has mastered all things with a formula - glucose turns into energy and waste according to him! Sugar makes my world go around... Happy weekend!
xxoo

Stitchfork said...

Alexis, the first muffins were baked in some of those Chantal baking/serving dishes. I have a few odd shapes that are great for individual servings.

Buzz, let's get your son cooking with sugar!

I should note that I change up this recipe a bit to omit the eggs due to a son's egg allergy. No one usually can tell tho!

And my son's college swim team just scarfed down several batches before you could say blueberry muf.......

Party Resources said...

Genius! I love it!

jeanette from everton terrace said...

Yum. I'm going to humming that now all day, ahh honey honey...

Days at Buttermilk Cottage said...

Aren't you clever, to multi purpose your tea stainer! Neat idea. At risk of sounding like a broken record, your work is gorgeous!
Best,
Susan

quintessence said...

Too funny - I use my tea strainer for exactly the same thing!! As well as straining gravy - such a useful utensil! And of course love your clever apron!!

Loretta Fontaine (APPLESandRUBIES) said...

Kathy- Very, very sweet!

The muffins look delicious!

Loretta

Style Attic said...

I am in LOVE with that apron!!!! I am glad you are smart enough to whip out that formula as well :) Love the pics! XO

pretty pink tulips said...

You are just so clever! And a formula for sugar...in hot pink. Oh yeah, baby!!!!!

You are so sweet, Cathy!!!
xoxo Elizabeth

A Flair for Vintage Decor said...

Yummy!!! Take care, Caroline

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

You are so talented!
What a cute apron :-)

snippets of thyme said...

That is the cutest idea for sprinkling powdered sugar. My kids would love that and it would be so comical. I am always looking for unique napkins so I am definitely going to see what you have here!

Kathysue said...

You are amazingly talented11 KS