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Kitchenwitch in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

If I had to pick just one kitchen store to shop at for the rest of my life, I don’t know what I’d do. But I do know Kitchenwitch in Jamaica Plain ranks right up there with the best. Tonight we drove over to JP for First Thursday, when all the shops are open late and live music can be heard coming from the parks and stores (and from a car — we saw an actual band playing from an antiquish car driving down Centre Street). The main purpose for our trip was to see Joanne Chang at Kitchenwitch, who was there signing copies of her amazing cookbook, “Flour: Spectacular Recipes from Boston’s Flour Bakery + Cafe.” We wandered around the store for a few minutes, and I think I’d like one — or two or three — of everything there.

Cookbooks, obviously. I can’t decide which Flour recipe to try first, but it seems the sticky sticky buns or homemade Pop-Tarts might be a good start.

Joanne Chang's Flour cookbook at Kitchenwitch in Jamaica Plain

Colanders in all colors and sizes.

colanders at Kitchenwitch in Jamaica Plain

Who doesn’t need a lobster cookie cutter? Seriously!

cookie cutters at Kitchenwitch in Jamaica Plain

I can always find more uses for ramekins.

ramekins at Kitchenwitch in Jamaica Plain

And, of course, a $1 item — the soap saver. This is not necessarily a kitchen item, but we’d been in dire need of a soap solution for our shower. Kitchenwitch saves the day!

soap saver from Kitchenwitch in Jamaica Plain

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Comments: 4

  1. Sarah September 2, 2011 at 1:13 pm Reply

    I would go just for one of those colanders!

  2. Cindy September 5, 2011 at 5:52 am Reply

    So did you buy the Flour cookbook?

  3. ashley September 12, 2011 at 6:30 am Reply

    I surely did buy the cookbook. Unfortunately, I stare at the pictures more than I actually use the recipes. But I’ll get there!

  4. the spinach | the daily dollar October 7, 2011 at 6:31 am Reply

    […] for a few days while I pondered what to do with it. But while flipping through my much-loved Flour cookbook, I knew where my spinach was headed — a quiche. The pâte brisée was beautifully buttery and […]

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