A few of our favorite finds for this week.
THE ELIZABETH APRON
My favorite shop girl find this week, this Marcy Butler Apron, the Elizabeth brings me back to a simpler time and would make a glamorous addition to any collection. For us at Modern, the devil is in the details and this has all that, with European style and sophistication. Whether cooking, gardening, or entertaining this apron is sourced from fine Italian Linen, has deep pockets and is machine washable.
Images from marcybutlerdesigns.com
Brooklyn Slate Company
Special Edition Slate Cheese Board
Loving these hand sourced, small batch dramatic rough-hewn edge cheese boards. Made from a family quarry in upstate New York, these special edition boards are the quintessential backdrop for artisan cheese, sashimi, sushi or small bites. It comes with cool soapstone chalk for labeling.
Image from brooklynslate.com
Giving back yard condiments a run for their money, Relish This is sweet, tangy and bright. Made with zucchini, sweet peppers and onions this relish is packed-full of flavor and a true local favorite here in town. We love spreading on big fat juicy burgers, adding it as a pop of freshness to chicken salad or simply topped on charred hot dogs. Our go-to picnic provision.
Image from sunshinefoodco.com
For over 200 years Sussex craftsman have honed their skills making these gorgeous traditional garden Trugs and now we our featured on our found list. Sourced locally from nearby forests, these wooden vessels have a great look and design. Perfect for your farmers’ market produce, flowers or prop with fruit as a centerpiece.
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WECK 742 – 1/2 L Mold Jar
Includes: 6 jars, 6 glass lids, 6 rings & 12 clamps
Height: 4 1/8″ opening: 3 7/8″ volume: 19.6 fl. oz
$19 – weckjars.com
At MDF we can’t stop talking about how much we love working with these German made soda lime glass jars. They fill and empty with ease and convenience while preserving your favorite conserves or marmalades and are stackable too. Makes canning a real treat. A must have for your pantry and a tribute to this time honored method and the good old days of a jam session.