The Williams-Sonoma Acorn Cakelet Pan. Okay, this pan is not very versatile since it only makes tiny mini acorn whatevers (brownies, muffins, quick breads, cornbread, etc.). But, oh my. I think I *need* it.
I LOVE it! I’ve been making a very conscious decision lately to avoid looking at my Wiliams Sonoma catalogs…because of things like the acorn pan! I have other novelty pans from them, and although they really aren’t very versatile, they are wonderful!!! The acorns would make such a cute addition to iced muffins, or pats of butter, sculpting clay necklaces, or shortbread…hmmmm, perhaps more versatile then I thought! It would make sense to start a local co-op with like minded individuals to share these rather impractical but lovely additions to our kitchens!
OK, I just happened to run across your blog while looking unsuccessfully online for the owl fabric that you made pajamas from. I love that fabric and I know this post of yours is about an acorn pan but I wanted you to see it. I would love to buy a pair of the owl pajamas from you…the exact ones you made. I can even wait if you have no more fabric and buy these from you when your son does not wear them anymore. This is how much I love them. Please let me know what you think. My e-mail addy is email@example.com. Thanks….and I promise I am not strange;-)
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