I had a super cool one hand tear kitchen towel holder from Joseph Joseph. It’s a very expensive kitchen towel holder. It’s very handy, I must admit. But it’s not my favorite. Because I had it in green (they haven’t got the grey option back then). And nothing in my kitchen is green, it doesn’t match with anything. In fact, green is my least favorite color.
And then I found this, my dream kitchen towel holder. It’s white, it’s pretty, it has a wooden accent that will match with everything else in the kitchen. I promise myself to get it for my Christmas present. Then I sell my Joseph Joseph holder and use the money to buy Tosca’s. A perfect plan and it went smoothly.
It doesn’t have a one-hand tear technology, flimsy and it can only hold a specific small kitchen towel. But my kitchen looks amazing, and I am happy.
Then, my sister in law gave me a matching storage basket for my birthday. My instant noodles collection never looks that pretty.
And I saw this, my next dream dish rack.
But it’s so very expensive for a dish rack… So I never buy it, until a couple of years later. I went to Farmers and found that Cinemon has a VERY similar dish rack. It’s still expensive, but hey, they always have a sale in Farmers. So I waited and waited. Then it’s on 50% off for Christmas clearance. My time has come! It came down it $40 and became $20 after I use my Farmers voucher. Then, E used his True Rewards and it becomes $0.
It’s not the same, but very similar. I have a disagreement at the back of my head that they’re not a family. But it’s $100+ vs $0.
Now after we use it quite a while, I realize we need to be VERY organized to be able to put all of our dishes in the rack. Our old rack was more functional apparently. Again, it’s $0 and it’s so pretty.
I can live with it.
Ah, I just remember, when I got married, my mother in law gave me a set of pots. It’s a very high-quality pot, but not perfect since it’s green, I hate green. Let’s hope it worn out quickly so I get to replace it.
Honey, what’s for dinner?
with Tamagoyaki, Spinach Gomaae, and Misoshiru