An egg scale. If I ever sell eggs (which I'm working towards), I'd like to get a scale so I can mark the egg size on the cartons. I like the new ones, like this blue one found at most farm supply places. They're kind of expensive. Around $40 I think, which is expensive to me.
Or there are these cute vintage ones. I'll take either. I'm not picky.
I'd also like to get an incubator. I was thinking it's much easier to let the hens raise the babies, but while they're sitting on nests they're not laying. I figured I could hatch the chicks so I could keep getting eggs. The typical incubator like this costs about $50-$55. Not too bad. You can also buy an automatic egg turner, which I would like, but I could live without if I had to. I think the egg turners usually cost almost the same as the incubator.
Here's something else I think is really cool. It's a 6-in-1 cake platter. Look at all the cool things you can do with it! Punch bowl (for all those times I make punch), cake server, covered veggie tray thingy, pie server, salad bowl, chips and salsa tray. You know, looking at the pictures, it's really only a 5-in-1 server. I mean, when you have it set up as a bunch bowl, it's the same as a salad bowl or the whatever is in the upper left hand corner picture. Oh well, I still want it. I think it costs around $30.
This is something I've been wanting for years. A Kitchenaid Stand Mixer. *drool* I would love one of these. They are awesome. I mentioned to David that I wanted one, and he asked if one of the stand mixers from Walmart would do. I explained that the Kitchenaid mixer was like the Snap-On tools of the kitchen world. Snap-On is a tool company that makes high quality tools and sells them at very high prices. I think I could buy him a screwdriver or a wrench for $50. He loves Snap-On. Yes, other tools would work, but they're not going to last as long and they're not as good quality.
Just look at this gorgeous thing. I love the color. Ice. Reminds me of a '57 Chevy. Sleek and cool. I want all the cool attachments too! I only need to save up $500 (figuring the blender and the attachments. Or maybe just the blender).
And the last thing on my Wish List. This cute little Cairn Terrier (mix?). He's looking for a home through one of the adoption groups near here. Well, 2 hours from here. It's actually the same group that I got Scooter from 13 years ago.
They say he's about 7 years old, good with kids and other dogs, and loves to snuggle. Cute! We're thinking about it. We have a pretty good thing going with our 2 dogs now, but we've been talking about a third. And he wouldn't eat much. Bonus!