Foodie Butcher's Apron
Sale Price (non-members): $19.99
Sale Price (members): $17.99
Original Price: $60.00
Mastering the art of looking great, whether preparing an entire six-course meal from scratch, or merely assembling appetizers with store-bought ingredients. You can confidently relegate the inevitable splats and spills to this heirloom quality Foodie Butcher’s Apron. The classic fleur-de-lys motif is silk-screened with eco-friendly water-based ink on 100% absorbent linen, which will soften over time. Apron pocket and 36"l. ties are 100% cotton. Hanging loop. Handmade in the U.S.A. One size fits most.
Julia Child’s Kitchen is back at the Smithsonian—just in time for festivities celebrating her 100th birthday (August 15th). Later this fall her iconic kitchen will be part of a new exhibit Food: Transforming the American Table 1950 to 2000 at our National Museum of American History. The exhibit’s rich and varied collections of artifacts, documents, photographs and films will highlight the revolutionary changes in our culinary landscape—from fast-food convenience, to the cooking equipment we use, to the adoption of ethnic cuisines. We invite you to sample the artisan cook- and serve-ware selections inspired by this exhibit. Functional art was never more appetizing.
Every Smithsonian purchase will arrive with a museum provenance card explaining how it is adapted from or inspired by an object or objects in our collection.