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I’ve been loving these cute bakeable baskets from France. They are so much cuter to use than disposable tin foil and when you are making bread for someone you can just deliver as is. You can order them from here in small quantities.
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September 9, 20096:13 pm
oooh … thanks so much for this! i've been trying to hunt these down ever since i saw them at boulette's larder.
great blog, btw. i read it every day =)
September 10, 20093:05 am
Jordan, I am so glad you posted about these! I bought some strawberries and purple fingerling potatoes that were packages in similar wooden baskets and I wondered where they found them. It's been fun to track down a few things here and I am hoping I can add these to my stash. I had Ben call them this morning and they are going to find out if I can buy them directly since they are a wholesaler. Fingers crossed!
September 10, 200911:53 am
I'm with Steph! These are so perfect for strawberries as well as baked goods like my zucchini bread.
I hope you will post other helpful resources when you come across them; I know they are simple posts, but they have a lot of value for us readers!
September 11, 20096:40 am
A friend of mine sent me some of these from Japan and they are lovely – I've photographed some cookies in them, it looked great!
September 11, 20096:21 pm
I got some of these a few years back at Sur La Table in the Ferry Building. They sometimes have them at Williams Sonoma too.
September 11, 200911:54 pm
Lovely baking baskets. Can't wait to try them next time we bake banana bread.
September 13, 20099:19 am
these are great! I'm also a big fan of the paper loaf pans from Sur La Table — you buy as many as you want for 50 cents each. And the design on the pans is simple and pretty.
September 17, 20098:32 am
ah! thank you so much for posting about these. i was just wondering where i could find them online for a party i am throwing. you saved me the trouble of searching!!! thank youuu!!!
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