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Cast Iron Skillet
There's nothing like a good ol' fashion cast iron skillet. This skillet from Smithey Ironware has a small frame and rounded edges ideal for flipping flapjacks. Add seasoning to the smooth finished interior to create a natural non-stick, and you'll be sizzling bacon in no time.
Mason Cash has been making mixing bowls since the nineteenth century. A tradition found in the heart of England, these mixing bowls use designs unchanged for the past 200 years. Our favorite is this verdant woods inspired mixing bowl that features patterns styled after traditional folktales. Add some color in your kitchen with these bowls!
Who says you can't have dessert with breakfast? Perfect on toast or as a dash of flavor to a lazy summer brunch, these American Spoon preserves are made with Early Glow strawberries, known for their intense sweetness.
Back in the Day Cookbook
Some classics never get old! Authors Cheryl and Griffith Day carry on the tradition of old-fashioned, classic cooking in their New York Times bestselling book,Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook. Discover farmhouse favorites like their famous Buttermilk Biscones, Cinnamon Sticky Buns and Rustic Cheddar Pecan Rounds.
Walnut Cutting Board
Whoever thought you could improve on a classic? Food52 has a cutting board with all the fixings and a modern spin. The brand crafted a walnut board that's reversible—one side you can use as a cutting surface, the other as a setting for cheese and appetizers.
Another twist on a country kitchen classic from Food52, these wooden spoons were designed by shoppers. Each spoon has its own talent: one can provide impromptu measuring, while others have slots designed to get every bit of jam from a jar. Cooks won't want to put down their new favorite spoons!
Ekelund Weavers is the oldest textile brand in existence. Like the floral pattern? The brand's tea towel styles range from classic like this Mimosa Tea Towel to more modern prints.
Bee-berry Honey Chocolate Bar
Honey, chocolate, berries and caramel! This Bee-Berry Chocolate Bar will delight the sweet tooth of any farmhouse chief!
We couldn't help ourselves! This pig from J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works is adorable and great as a dispenser for finishing salt. The inside of the pig is glazed blue, and the outside is made of speckled clay, a great piece for a country style kitchen table.
Vintage Cookie Press
Any cook who prefers the taste you can only get from old-fashioned cooking will love a vintage cookie press. Amazon has some great options, but like rare gems, this cooking classic might be hard to find!