|Yes, it's that cold. And dark.|
This warehouse imports and distributes products by Emile Henry, Mauviel, Browne, Cuisipro, and Rosle. You can find many of these items in high-end kitchen stores like Williams-Sonoma. The doors opened at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday for the weekend sale. I knew the crowds would be huge and the temperatures would be low, so my mom and I arrived at 7:00 a.m. to take our place in line. We were in the first group admitted (they let customers enter in waves).
|Oh, the cold!|
Wanna see what I chose?
|Emile Henry bakeware|
|Shiny, new stainless steel tools|
I also purchased an assortment of Cuisipro stainless steel tools. Many of the kitchen tools I use are made of plastic or wood and have melted handles because they are so well-loved. We've carried them from two apartments to this home and I figured it was time to upgrade to something that would last a long time. I've already used half of these tools this weekend.
Now, I had to have somewhere to store these shiny new tools...
|Browne stainless canisters|
|All organized and ready to go!|
|3-in-1 Funnel, Kitchen Scale, Batter Dispenser, and Food Mill|
So was all this stuff worth standing outside in below freezing temperatures for over an hour at sunrise? Does anyone else out there pick up items for themselves during this Christmas shopping season? Are there any deals out there that you'd like to share? You know I love a hook-up!