fussy Because I can't quantify spending on a new breadbin, when I have a perfect one in the wrong colour. So if I get something towards the replacement.....a colour that fits the kitchen and a happy husband.
Then Bluestocking gets a nice breadbin that fits her kitchen for a smaller price, and a happy husband.
The only downside is, that it's bright red, and now we've moved into a house with a lemon yellow kitchen! I really want a silver one, but as the red one is in such good nick, I can't quantify getting another!
I have a Wesco Grandy bread boy. The choice of colours is immense, it can fit in a sliced loaf, fresh loaf and muffins. Very sturdy and has withstood 3 house moves and a lot of slamming by dh and ds...