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You might as well make dinner in a dish that's gorgeous as is.
Last night, Western Living stylist Nicole Sjostedt and I chatted with the crowd at Hudson’s Bay about upcoming trends for 2016 (stay tuned for the Jan/Feb issue for your own insight into those!), and a few of our favourites on the floor. With Thanksgiving on approach, Nicole and I were particularly enamoured with the Kate Spade cookware series—decorative bakeware that’s literally oven to tabletop, pretty enough to fancy up the table as is. Which means less work for me, more time for what’s important—enjoying great food. (Oh, and gratefulness too. Lots of thanksgiving.)Kate Spade cookware (from $15), available at Hudson’s Bay, thebay.com