A Baker’s Kitchen
Tuesday March 15, 2011

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Last week I shared with you my must-have items in a Cook’s Kitchen, and today I’d like to share with you my list for a Baker’s Kitchen. The kitchen truly is the heart of the home, after all, it is where we are nourished, it is where we can create using our hands to feed those we love, and even more so, being a baker is the opportunity to entice your guests into your kitchen.  Nothing is so sweet as the scent freshly made bread, an apple pie hot out of the oven or chocolate chip cookies warm to the first bite. Here is a look at my list of must-have items. Feel free to add or edit. I’d love to hear what you need to do your magic in the kitchen.

*KitchenAid standing mixer
*hand mixer
*fine mesh seive
*food processor (for making pie/tart/scone dough)
*pastry frame (see what I use here – less mess & dough doesn’t stick)
*rolling pin
*silpat – non-stick baking mat
*cookie sheets/half sheets
*springform pan (cheesecakes)
*large & small tart pans
*9×9 glass/ceramic baking dish
*icing spatulas
*graduated mixing bowls (ceramic/glass)
*stainless steel ice cream scoop (for perfectly sized cookies)
*pie dishes
*cake pans
*ramekins and/or flan dish
*bread pans
*muffin tins (large & small)
*measuring spoons & cups
*double boiler
*wooden spoons
*whisks (large & very small)
*cake pedestals (for a fabulous display)
*Optional – scale (for precise baking)

13 thoughts on “A Baker’s Kitchen

  1. Love your kitchen design, I am a baker myself and I find this set up more to fit my needs. Whatever the family want for baking is at hand, a place to be consider a heart of every home. A perfect place to gather.

  2. Even though I come by and don’t always comment. I want to say congrats on your wonderful newsletter that I subscribe to. It has been become a resource for me and I appreciate all your efforts.
    Have a great week. By the way I adore the fourth kitchen.

    Lisa @ Lesapea xx

  3. Hi Shannon! Love the walk in pantry with the chalkboard on the door and the one shot of the wood arched door reminds me of my house – that’s the shape of my front door. I feel pretty good, as I went through your list and said “check, check, check” all the way through the list … now I have to go bake something! I wanted to say thanks so much for stopping by the blog last week. Such a nice surprise, means a lot. xoxo

  4. all these ideas are absolutely wonderful, but when you have a (very) small kitchen it can be depressing…….I’d luv to see ideas for small kitchens….decor and storage!

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