Since I mostly post stories, I decided that when I post random things, like showing something I bought, found or made, I would add that it's my musings. I'll see if I decide to update that theme. Anyway, today I am posting about the LORI Gourmet Market set I bought from Target, made for 6 inch dolls. I really don't need any more food, but just like I don't need any more dolls and continue to buy them, it's the same with other doll items.
Someone showed another set (I think the kitchen one) on one of my FB doll groups. Addict that I am, I ran out to look. I found only this one in the store, but I order the other sets on the Target website if I'd like. I don't know that I really want to pay shipping, so we'll see how that goes.
So, let's get into looking at the set I bought.
As you can see, the packaging makes it pretty clear what's inside. The back (which I didn't bother to take a photo of) lists what each item is.
What's really important is to know how they look in scale. So I invited some people to try out some food for
scale taste. You may recognize at least one of them.
The sushi seems a little small, but not bad. Those rolls are a pretty good size and the chopsticks (which do not come apart) aren't bad either, I think.
Next up are some berries, a small (personal) pan of lasagna, a loaf of bread (slice it up and dip in olive oil, yum) and a small (personal) pizza. The back of the package says a slice of pizza is included, and their is a slice that looks cut, but it doesn't come out of the pan.
Yes, that is a new pair of arms and hands you see to your left. Well....
Yes, you (oddly enough) also see a measuring cup. Umm... Yeah, I don't know why that item was included. These are all prepared foods, not a 'making a meal set.' I'm thinking they could have added the string bean plate instead of this particular item. Someone on the design team needs a good talking too. Let's make sense, People!
Overall, it's a pretty nice set and it was around $15.
Thanks for stopping by and reading my musings. ~ Jaye