We Indian women are always thinking of our homes and perhaps our kitchens most of the time. LOL! We are always buying some gadgets or the other and also utensils or kitchen ware. Our men folk are really irritated with us. They just refuse to come with us for shopping. I think sometimes they are even horrified at the amount of money and time we spend on such things. But then, no lady wants to be caught with ill matched linens or wares. Right? The presentation of a well cooked dish is equally important. So we are so bothered about the kitchen ware.
Recently I happened to visit an exhibition. I was just browsing through and then I found some interesting ones. some of them I am going to share with you now:
These were two little jars I found in blue. We call them Jaadi in Telugu. I have white and blue crockery, so I thought these would go well with them.
Here is a closer look at the small pattern of flowers on the jar.
This white and black one was what caught my eye in the first place. I wanted another one but this was the last piece. I Hestitated for a long time but then gavein to my temptation and bought it.
All three of them together. I think I can use them for pickles and chutneys. These ceramic jars are good for storage of, acidic things like vinegar, tamarind etc, and any other such things which corrode metals and dangerous to store in plastic or metallic containers. Though they are breakable and one has to handle them with care, they are easy to clean and cheap too.