Pumpkin Pie Fudge

Anyone who says they enjoy looking through the catalogs of stores like Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma clearly is not living in the same salary bracket as myself. Now, there’s nothing wrong with that, but personally, it’s like poking myself in the eye with a hot fork. So when this article hit the web and spread like wild fire, I took a 15 minute break at work and laughed out loud. Seriously, if you have not read it yet, close my page and go enjoy it. I’ll let it slide this time. I too had recently received my oversize stack of wishful thinking in the mail and had flipped through (clearly I’m a masochist) thinking pretty much the same things as Drew mentions in the post. Seriously, you can buy a chicken coup from Williams-Sonoma. WTF.

Before you make small effigies of me and drag them over your cheese grater, I will admit to have walking through Williams-Sonoma a few times. I even purchased a pair of toaster tongs once while in the store, but it took a very sizable birthday gift card for me to ever give them more than a pause. I’m simple too cheap for their beautiful offerings (and I think that cheap runs so deep in my blood that even if I were a millionaire, I would still cringe over some of their offerings. Totally’d buy that chicken coup though. My cats would love chickens.) So in celebration of all the things in life that are super classy but out of my league, I give you this weeks round up of stuff I’m digging. ;P

1) Copper Napkins 2)Simple White Plates 3)Silver Pillars 4)Gold Wishbone Napkin Rings 5)Herb Wreath 

 


Comments

  1. Now this kind of pumpkin pie I can get into!! I am not a big fan of pumpkin pie, I LOVE pumpkin, LOVE pie. I think it is a texture thing. I am positive that I would like it this way!

  2. Love the wishbone napkin rings!

  3. Haha, I’ve seen that “Hater’s Guide” posted around the internet for awhile now, and it still cracks me up. XD I can absolutely relate, although I’ve magically been left off of the W-S list this year (hooray!). Instead, I get my sighs from the Sur La Table catalogs instead. *sigh*

    Tasty-lookin’ pumpkin fudge! I approve of anything that contains marshmallow fluff. :D

  4. I don’t do William-Sonoma or Pottery Barn either, and like you, I probably wouldn’t if I was a millionaire. I like thrift stores for cool stuff. I would, however, dive face first into that batch of fudge. It looks and sounds amazing.

  5. The Hater’s Guide should be required reading for everyone. Like this recipe, might give a try this week!

  6. Mike Wascher says:

    I wish I had seen this before we went shopping. Got everything we needed for Thanksgiving dinner (and then some), did not get marshmallow fluff. The plan is to hunker down at home until after Black Friday, at least!

  7. Love the festive mood here you set up! Love this flavor of fudge.

  8. I have seen that link re Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn…funny stuff :)

    This fudge looks stellar! I want a big hunk right now!

  9. Yeah, they are crazy-expensive! Maybe we’re in the wrong business… Lets start making pots and pans instead of food! And pass up these delicious beauties?! Yeah right!!

  10. OMG – I got leftovers!!! This is amazing!!!

  11. This was such a fabulous recipe, thank you! I blogged it today – http://www.texannewyorker.com/2013/11/11/pumpkin-pie-fudge/

    So awesome!

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