Finding Kitchen Gadgets & Cookbooks

I am cooking and baking at home more and more each day, so finding inspiration and the tools I need locally has become a challenge of mine. This month I am featuring five shops across Snohomish County that have just the thing. Check them out!

Wood burned measurement conversion chart and salad tongs locally made by Keltic Kraze and available at Artisans Mercantile, Snohomish. Dry herb jars, mini grader (perfect for veggies), and salad dressing bottle with recipes available at Arlington Hardware, Arlington.

Honey locally made by Wild Bee Company and Grilled Cheese cookbook (as well as many others) available at Zinc Art + Object, Edmonds. Fun spatula, spiral slicer, and a cookbook to go with (as well as many others) available at Hilton Pharmacy, Marysville.

The Wooden Spoon, Edmonds, is one of Snohomish County’s only “Kitchen” shops. They have everything you need for baking, cooking, and just plain functioning in your kitchen (my kids are always losing or destroying towels and pot holders – I’m hiding these ones or putting a big “MOM ONLY” sign).

Did you know that this article, as well as all of the others featured on our website are part of a monthly magazine. It is all about shopping, eating, drinking, and playing local in Snohomish County. More importantly, it is about the ways that local choices can make your life better.

Our monthly magazine is available in both electronic and print form (yes, you read right, print!). As if that wasn’t awesome enough, each issue contains exclusive content that can’t be found on our website or social media accounts. So if you aren’t getting a copy each month you are missing out.

Single issues can be bought HERE. Monthly and annual subscriptions, which include exclusive giveaways and discounts, can be signed up for HERE. Finally, a limited number of printed copies are available at The Chic Boatique and Artisans Mercantile in Snohomish and Reclaimed Heart in Arlington, Vintage Company No. 7 in Bothell, and Dahlia’s Vintage Marketplace on Camano Island.

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