A plate of goodness 10 Replies I adore pre-washed greens, don’t you? (and stripes!) Share this:ShareFacebookLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
Arugula – spinach – mixed herbs…..fresh and sauteed
Yummmmm! And sometimes garlic and lemon juice.
That looks delicious!….and what a pretty plate.
The plate was one of my thrift store finds. I’m always looking for transferware.
My grandma’s dishes “Friendly Village” – she had them all, down to the salt & pepper shakers! I inherited them and eventually passed them on to a friend who frequently hosts large family dinners so they would be used in the spirit of my grandma.
What a nice gesture!
I’m convinced that food tastes better when eaten from my motley collection of vintage plates. Don’t really have room for any more dishes in the cupboard, but I can’t seem to stop bringing home the occasional ‘orphan’ found while junking. I like things with a history…
I know what you mean about those orphans! My shelves are chock-full too but if I see a piece of transferware in good shape, I nab it. Doesn’t have to match a single other thing I own!