View Full Version : Where is the best/cheapest place to find nice play food?
10-19-2005, 09:31 PM
It doesn't have to be wooden (although that would be nice), just decent looking and decent sized. i don't want to ahve to take out a loan either!!
we have the wonderful Costco kidcraft kitchen (DD got it last week for her birthday and LOVES it!) and now we need food.
Anne + DD 10-03
10-20-2005, 11:45 AM
Quite honestly, my mom bought Kayla a bunch 'o foods for $10 in the cheapie toy section of Target. It totally does the job and didn't cost an arm and a leg.
If you get a 40% off coupon for AC Moore, that's usually the chepest (though not all locations carry M&D toys). TJ Maxx has toy food, as well.
Sue, mommy to Aurora (Rory) born 5/13/04
I agree that a 40% off coupon at AC Moore is the cheapest place to get the Melissa and Doug food, if your store carries it. Otherwise, Marshalls/TJ Maxx also has them. A warning about the M&D food though - they chip like crazy! Ours starting chipping within days of DS playing with them. We also have some cutting food from Brio Plan toys (http://store.yahoo.com/kidsurplus/bri39533710.html ), which are much better quality than the M&D ones.
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