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There is something about the temperature drop in September that makes me want to spend all my time in the kitchen roasting and baking. Maybe it's the heat coming from the oven? Anyway, after a long hot summer of steering clear of the oven, it's nice to get reacquainted with an old friend. And what's nicer than to introduce an old friend with some new ones? Here are a few fellows that I would like my oven to get to know this season:

I love the entire line of Dansk Kobenstyle cookware from Crate & Barrel, but I'm in need of something along the lines of this baker. Imagine a bubbling lasagna or gooey brownies in here... yum.

When I laid eyes on this new baking set from Anthropologie by stoneware goddess Judy Jackson, my breath stopped short.

Then I clicked on the blue motif colourway and promptly passed out. Gorgeous.

And finally, because I don't want to leave my stovetop all on his lonesome, I think these copper guys would be a lovely addition to the gathering.

But seriously, how good would all that stuff look in my new kitchen? What? You thought I might go a post or two without mentioning it? Sorry guys, it's kind of the best thing that's happened to me since the birth of my son (who turns four this Friday — happy birthday, Louis!) so you will have to endure just a little longer.

See our Bistro & Restaurant-Style Kitchens for more great finds.

Photo credits:
1. Dansk Kobenstyle White Baker, Crate & Barrel
2-3. Judy Jackson Nested Baker Sets, Anthropologie
4. All-Clad 7 Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Cop R Chef, The Bay
5. House & Home Kitchens & Baths 2012 special issue, photography by Ashley Capp

Author: 

Kai Ethier

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