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the juice:

Citrus neons are so flavour of the season that you are possibly cataract impaired or cave bound if you’ve not have absorbed this already. Or you are, in fact, a man.

Tupperware Outkast: So fresh and so clean.



Lemon, lime and bitter that its not full of Pimms and Lemonade.

vintage china lemon sitting in atomic retro silver fruit bowl URBAN RUSTIC

Atomic Lemon


Not Annoying Orange

Tangy.



Seem familiar?

 
vintage bakelite jade green lime juicer citrus

An old squeeze.
Lime Bakelite juicer. From Chequered Past in Eumundi Qld.

My new squeeze.
The Alessi Juicy Salif, designed by Philippe Starck in 1990.
I use a juicer all the time, half a lemon in hot water first and last thing every day. Salif gets a bit of a bad rap by some and Starck justifies it as more of a conversation starter than a lemon squeezer. Personally I love it, though I was happier to pay $35 at Salvo’s than the $100 or thereabouts for a new one. It would need to be a good conversation to pay that much…

Citrus interruptus….

Oranges and Lemons…

how to keep slim healthy and young with juice fasting retro vintage book

Bought this book for the rad 1970’s typography and because it was there and relevant and it was only a dollar. I’ve never done a Juice Fast in my life and doubtful I’m about to try. I can do fast juice though.

Here comes a candle to light you to bed…

[Oranges & Lemons nursery rhyme]

and the final squeeze for a Friday.
Orange Squishy.

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and toasted  [a new version of an old classic]

I now have one set to sell: Toast cork coasters & chrome rack $45

email me if you want it while its hot [the toast geddit?]

Might go to bed…

PS:
Monstera Deliciosa cutting [tropical vine found on the side fence]

Vintage Pyrex beaker $25

Wooden mat from Barnados, bought one, wish I’d bought the set [had already way too many things in my basket]

Table & Chairs:  Cooper Store Mosman

PPS:
Items available for hire also. As is photographer/writer/stylist/blogger. [me]

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