Ever since we got back from Christmas vacation, my husband has been working insanely long hours to the point that I haven't really seen him in two weeks. Tonight, he decided to take a break from all the work and spend some time with his two favorites: me and the telly. So I hope you'll understand when I keep this post short and sweet. My man is waiting for me.
I just have a question for y'all. My hubby and I have been married nigh on ten years, and for the most part, our kitchen is still stocked with the gifts we received at our wedding reception. The towels are threadbare, the dishes are chipped, and the nonstick pans have run out of nonstick. I try not to think about how much teflon we've consumed over the years.
I'd like to completely restock my kitchen. This month, I decided to start with my bread pans because the old ones were actually starting to rust, and that's not a flavor I want in my bread. But then came the debate: stainless steel? cast iron? stoneware?
I went with the stainless steel (right choice? wrong choice?), but I still have the rest of the kitchen to go - pots, pans, bakeware, towels, dishes, etc. I'm willing to pay a pretty penny since I plan to do this upgrade gradually over the next year or two. Mostly, I want things that will last longer than ten years. Like, the rest of my marriage would be nice.
What do you greenies have in your kitchens that you love?