Hill’s Kitchen

This past weekend I had one of my best friends since the 2nd grade come and visit D.C.! Because as per usual most people have seen the monuments and museums plus the fact that it was a wee bit chilly outside we did my traditional DC guest adventure instead — Eastern Market & U Street.

Along the way we stopped at one of my favorite Capitol Hill stores — Hill’s Kitchen. The clever name, great location and amount of generally cool things inside make it a perfect place to stroll around on a lazy weekend morning and if there is any ever cooking utensil you need, or a cookie cutter in the shape of a state, this is your place!

SAMSUNG

I need to only ever wisk things with this little guy

I need to only ever wisk things with this little guy

mmm tea

mmm tea

cady!

cady modeling of fondue set

every shape state!!

every shape state!!

all types of cookbooks & Cady

all types of cookbooks & Cady

DaVinci in plate form!

DaVinci in plate form!

representing Bari with Wisconsin pasta --- pretty much every other big school was avaliable but suprisingly no Rochester ;)

representing Bari with Wisconsin pasta — pretty much every other big school was available but surprisingly no Rochester 😉

Hills Kitchen also has cooking classes which I may have to try.. you can read more about them at their site here.

We also stopped along the boutiques on U street, and the giant furniture store Room&Board. Its my inspiration for a future apartment…

the inside of Room& Board on 14th

the inside of Room& Board on 14th

 

Along our weekend adventures we also found in Dean& Deluca:

 

Elyse wine from Naggiar Vineyard?? too close for comfort..

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  1. I love Hill’s Kitchen! I took a basic knife skills class there this past summer and really enjoyed it but I felt like it was pricey for what ‘skills’ I learned. I think the classes where they make a meal would be more entertaining!

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