Monday, June 14, 2010

CSN Stores :: Another review

I think CSN Stores liked what I did with my first review. They've contacted me for another one.

We live in a 200 year old farmhouse. Although I would'nt have it any other way, there is always renovations to be made to an older home. Lately we've been thinking of replacing the bathroom vanity but it's taking me a longer than usual time to decide on a style. Of course I checked the CSN stores and came upon this site. It is unreal what they have over there. Check it out. There are so many favorites that I'm still trying to decide on one.

While surfing the many CSN Stores I came upon a few of my favs. I have my eye on this, this, this, this and this. Ever since CSN Stores contacted me for my first product review I've been regularly checking all their stores (200+ stores). Everything is here, I can't see why I have to go spend hours in a shopping mall or big box store to find what I need. I can do it from the comfort of my home, in my pj's if I so choose. They ship to Canada, yes folks they know where Canada is and they don't mind shipping here. That in my book - rocks !

How many times on this blog have I mentioned how much I love cooking fresh, organic wholesome meals - many times, too many to count. Making bread is probably one of my favorite things to do. It's like meditation to me, just like knitting is to me also. I often bake the famous no-knead bread. This bread is DELICIOUS. One tool I'm missing in my kitchen is this clay baker to bake this wonderful bread in :

So far I've managed to bake a pretty good loaf with the vessel I use but clay bakeware bakes evenly and you end up with a perfect loaf of bread. Yum.

Stay tuned for my next product review and see if it will be on the clay baker or something else.


Kim said...

It really is hard to decide isn't it?

JoyceAnn said...

I'll have to check out your links later as I pressed for time , but enjoyed reading about the CSN stores. The clay baker is beautiful , can't wait to see the bread it produces.

~ Many Blessings ~

ana @ iMadeItSo said...

i have never tried baking in a clay vessel. just wanted to say i followed you here from the canadian living craft website, and spent some time clicking around your blog :-) great to see another canadian blogger with similar interests.

Colleen said...

so pretty