Saturday, January 23, 2010

food ,movie , cooking



 went to see Julie and Julia

wonderful, now I feel like baking and I love Julia Child
guess I will spend my weekend in the kitchen ,lol




vintage tins are wonderful,
it would be great to have a collection
of vintage tea and coffee tins for the kitchen

- I wonder what Jurianne will make next

- new photo shoot coming up... ( more soon)

22 comments:

jane said...

happy weekend kay! i´d start with some cookies...

Deleilan said...

I agree about old tins, I'm always looking for some!

Ms. P said...

hello kay.. i saw that movie and i agree she's wonderful. :) oh, i was inspired to use/display my pearls after i saw this film. :)
and have fun in your kitchen! :)

sinnlighet said...

I freeze for joy when I see your retro images ...

Lots of love

Agneta, the swedish one

mamas kram said...

Your vintage tins are great! I love old tins too.
Have a nice sunday!

Ritva said...

hi kay,
beautiful tins!
have a sunny sunday!

alex said...

hi

just reading the book (thank you again),
Film muss ich immer noch sehen.

Gruesse bis die tage, rufe bald mal an ( wirklich, bin so schlapp immer) alex

Allison said...

I remember watching Julia Child when I was growing up... it was always a little scary to see what she would do with a chicken. I haven't seen the movie, but I would love to.

Great tins! As usual, I am a little partial to the orange one. Happy Sunday!

gardenmama said...

love your record player and your tins! the one you sent to me is my favorite that i have!!! i saw a sweet set of tins at the antique barn near my home and i think i am going to go back for them, can't stop thinking of how cute they would be in my kitchen! : ) xo

momma rae said...

love that record player and those tins are darling! thanks for stopping by my blog! ;)

Anna said...

those vintage tins are great!

Cabrizette said...

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Tania said...

I remember seeing 'Eat, Drink, Man, Woman' eons ago and left the cinema sprinting for Melbourne's Chinatown for a second dinner. Strangely 'Julie & Julia' prompted the same sort of urge to get myself into the kitchen and cook - course it all ended in tears and a Julie style hissy fit.

Schanett said...

I would start a collection of tins as well -
means: I already did...

Fine Little Day said...

Ah, the cans!

A. said...

Ooh. I love those tins - so bright and cheery!

MODsquad said...

We enjoyed J&J too. Any food films for that matter.

LOVE those vintage tins! I think I'd have a hay day in your sweet home!

Ma life à moi said...

Wonderful it's the word!

Melissa Y. Allam said...

I really liked that movie. I saw it in the theater and then rented the video a couple weeks ago and watched it again. Those are some pretty cute tins too.

lisette said...

Ken de passie voor de mooie oude blikken.. Deze zijn tof!!

Treasures By Brenda said...

Loved Julie & Julia! I actually wrote a page dedicated to it and other food movies at Searching For The Best Food Movie if you'd care to visit. You'll find a great list of food-themed movies & you can vote for your favorites, too.

Marcy said...

Your blog is so fabulous!! I'll come back with pleasure :)