I just hot scanpan saucepans and they're great.
Youd need a roasting pan too.
Also a kitchenaid, I just bought one after having a mixmaster, and I couldn't live without a mixer of some sort. I guess if you're getting a thermie though you wouldn't need both.
I also love our mandolin slicer.
Plus some zyliss peelers and garlic press coz I just reckon they're tops.
And a toasted sandwich maker. Yum.
A few chopping boards, napery etc etc.
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25-10-2013 12:48 #21Senior Member
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25-10-2013 15:43 #22
25-10-2013 16:04 #23
My suggestions are a dishwasher. ...it's honestly has made my life sooo much easier! And a cordless vac.
And a great knife block!
Harris scarfe is great too fir specials on kitchen stuff
25-10-2013 16:07 #24
If I had money for some luxury stuff.
An outdoor lounge suite - so comfy!!!
A gorgeous rug that you can sink your feet into and looks great.
A really nice cover for your bed complete with pillows/throws etc. Feels like a hotel room!!
A great coffee machine
25-10-2013 16:08 #25
Haven't read the responses but for me it would be:
1. Knives - I have global and they are amazeballs
2. Pots & Pans - I have Scanpan and they're awesome too
3. Mix Master or Kitchenaid
4. Nice dining table
6. If in QLD or anywhere hot i'd install ceiling fans in the bedrooms
7. Make sure you've got a good washer/dryer, I had a crappy one when we first moved into our first home and now since I can afford it i've just brought an awesome new one and I love it.
25-10-2013 21:08 #26
Saturday 26 aka tomorrow! 10-4pm
Homewares direct are having a car park sale and will have some items up to 50% off.
Thought I should let you know. I just checked my emails and it!
Honestly...I don't work for them!!!
26-10-2013 06:25 #27
- A stick blender is handy. Great for making baby food, soups, dips, smoothies.
- Global knives are great but they do get blunt so get the sharpener too.
- Pressure cooker is great for saving time, you can cook something in one hour instead of 3.
- Food processor.
- cube book cases like the ikea expedit are great. There's a bubhub thread somewhere on this
- Kids table and chairs. I would get a decent wooden one. We use ours everyday.
Op, let us know what you end up getting. I love shopping
26-10-2013 07:03 #28
Good knife set, pots and pans, microwave, clothes dryer, good washing machine, steam mop, good vaccum. Probably more I can't think of.
I second the Tupperware party idea. I got my Tupperware knife set for $100 instead of $250 and they are really good.
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