I’m on the hunt for spice jars. I’ve been on the hunt for awhile. These new Ikea Droppar jars looked promising. Online reviews mainly gushed that they were sleek, and they do look sleek…but are they functional?
Today’s post goes international with food from across the ocean. Crisps! In January my friend Rosh was kind enough to share one of his most prized items he brought back from Ireland. Tayto crisps! Over there, crisps == chips. (In North America we refer to crisps as anything made from reconstituted dehydrated potato flakes, like Pringles). I eat chips so rarely, I decided the best way to explain how they tasted was to compare their flavour and texture to popular brands from here.
My machine came with 4 bobbins. When I ran out I panicked. There’s no Janome dealer near me. It would take weeks to get one if I ordered online. I had read that Janome makes Kenmore machines and that their bobbins were interchange-able, so I bought one package just to see.
Recently I yet again needed more bobbins and people on the interweb swore that paying more for authentic Janome bobbins was worth it over generic class 15 ones.
A few years ago for my 30th, Scott bought me my very first sewing machine. I was the excited owner of the Janome 7061NX; a low-shank sewing machine.
Shortly after I left for University and that would be my only time trying a thin crust pizza for 6 years. In 2004 I took a trip to Italy. Thin crust pizza delight! It didn’t quite taste the same though. Perhaps nothing can ever taste quite as good as the first time.