Tour Nadia G.’s Kitchen

by in Food Network Magazine, September 14th, 2013

Nadia G's kitchen

Check out Nadia G.’s Montreal kitchen, then pick up some of her finds for your own kitchen.

black goblets

 

 

 

Black goblets appeal to Nadia’s dark side. $16, Mario Luca Giusti; seed387.com

brasserie plates

 

 

Nadia’s Brasserie Plates are modeled after those used in restaurants in France during the 1920s. $33 for a 9½-inch plate, Pillivuyt USA; 125west.com

 

chalk cannisters

 

 

Nadia stores nuts in her reusable chalk canisters. $11/small, $33/large, ASA Selection; abode-newyork.com

 

cake stand

 

 

 

Cake stands aren’t for just cakes: Nadia uses hers, similar to this Banded Cake Stand, for produce. $150; reedandbarton.com

glass wisps

 

 

 

In addition to collecting these Glass Wisps, Nadia has several other vases by Canadian artists Eva Milinkovic and Kriston Gene. From $400 each; tsunamiglassworks.com

porcelain pig

 

 

 

This porcelain pig, much like Nadia’s, is a fun addition to any kitchen counter. $30; zgallerie.com

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  1. Genevieve Rindfuss says:

    I love Nadia G.. She is so different. I also love Good Eats. It is very educational and entertaining. They should be on more.

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