The Lady of the Aprons

by in View All Posts, April 2nd, 2009

Do you wear an apron when you cook?

For some reason I never do, but I’m going to start now that I’ve seen how fun and cute an apron can be.  Claire Robinson has shown me the way on her new show 5 Ingredient Fix, which premieres this Saturday, April 4 at 9:30 AM.  It may look like she’s wearing a cute skirt, but look again, they’re aprons.  Super adorable aprons!  The sassy aprons are designed by Claire herself and are made of a wide variety of vintage and modern materials.  The rack of aprons on set were often the topic of conversation, as many of us just couldn’t decide which one we loved best. 

They were all too cute, all different, and we all had apron envy.  So much so that Beth Burke, Director of Programming, showed up on set in her own vintage apron!  Trying to steal the show Beth?

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Comments (5)

  1. Kirsten says:

    Cool! I love aprons, but mine are not so cute. My favorite has my name embroidered on it and a big tomato sauce stain in the middle. :) Clearly, I have to get on the ball and look for something a little more frilly and colorful.

  2. Robin Koury says:

    Fay, Much like you, I adore aprons but never think to actually use them. Claire’s collection looks fabulously fun and cheerful – which seems to suit her personality perfectly. All of a sudden I find myself wondering what I’m more excited for 5 Ingredient Fix or the collection of aprons!

    • Chetf says:

      She took everyday spices easily found in the normal store and combined them to make the meal extraordinary. The only thing the same is North Africa.

  3. Eloise says:

    This is a great show – and I wish I could get some of her cute aprons – I love the linen ones with the metal grommets!

  4. Brenda says:

    Can you order her aprons

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