Tuesday, 24 June 2008

Metric Madness


Being in the Wrinkly age group I have never got to grips with metric measures. I ordered from the Lakeland catalogue a set of mixing bowls sizes small, medium and large. These were to replace the three bowls I have already and are showing their age. Imagine my surprise when these three giants turned up!

7 comments:

Aoj & The Lurchers said...

You and me both - I am hopeless with sizes!!

Liz said...

We have an electric overn. we've had it nearly 20 years. I still cook in gas and convert!

Handy bowls. I find things like that i don't buy but struggle and make do with what i have. I don't normally have any trouble buting things I need so I don't know why kitchen goods should b dfferent. i feel inspired now to go out and buy some dishes!

caroline said...

Love your blog i'm new to all this.
I live in Gloucester not far from you.

Lane said...

Wow! Does this mean bigger puddings and cakes?:-)

Of course you could be teasing us and the bowls are the stairs of a doll's house - complete with little cup:-)

Lindsay said...

Lane - Remember I am a "tomboy" - I don't play with dolls!!!

Maggie May said...

Can't hack metric! Giant bowls! Will make your arms ache just holding them!

Suburbia said...

Hmm, one cup or two?! Family sized indeed, happy mixing!