Yes! Love it! I'm a fan of orange anyway (GO VOLS!). Rachel Ray has some orange pot & pans in her line of cookware. :)
Perfect "orange" photo selection! Is it a coincidence that your new pot is orange and your tea pot is blue....I'm just sayin' ???WAR EAGLE!
Love the orange pan. Darn, I wish I had taken a picture of mom's orange purse she bought last spring.
That's a beautiful pan! Is it Le Creuset?
Wonderful - both this week's theme and for risotto.
I love that risotto pan. I'll be keeping my eye open for your risotto recipe. I once made a risotto with beets, it was a very pretty color.
I love that pot/pan. Colorful cooking vessels make the kitchen so much more cheerful and friendly. I have my post up.
Wow - cool pot! :)I am leaving for Italy in less than three weeks. :)I bet I'll have a lot of new pictures!!Venice first up, then Santa Margherita Ligure, San Gimignano and Sorrento then Rome. :)
Wowee! What a gorgeous hunk of cookware!!! Great for today! Thanks for visiting my Orange Photo Hunt at New York Traveler.net!
Ooohhh, am loving that pot.I forgot I have some orange Le Creuset I could have used... but didn't. Yours is much nicer.
the orange pan looks lovely.
Nice! Le Creuset?
I recognize that logo . . . lucky you to have a pot just for risotto. Question though - why do you buy the crap frozen stuff at Trader Joes if you have this cookware? LOLHave a brilliant weekend!
We are truly fans of Orange in this house..Me the University of Texas and Roy is Tennesse, so we have lots of orange shirts and hats, but no cookware. Yours is beautiful.Babara
love the orange and aqua together
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