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GADGETS & GIZMOS

by Florence Fabricant (The New York Times) | August 14, 2019 at 1:44 a.m.
An apron and dish towels from Renee Comet's line that features her full-color food photos. (Tony Cenicola/The New York Times)

With this new line of aprons and dish towels, you could coordinate your kitchen linens with your menu. Drape a towel covered with sleek eggplants over your arm as you serve moussaka or wear a tomato apron for pizza supper. Renée Comet, a photographer in Washington, developed a line of cotton dish towels covered with her full-color food photos three years ago. Her latest designs have improved fabric, and she has added aprons made of duck cloth.

For more information or to see the whole collection, visit cometcloth.com

Aprons, $40, dish towels, $22

Food on 08/14/2019

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