Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Blue and White Floral Baking Dishes & Vintage Bliss Tuesdays Linky Party #55


I hope that all my Canadian peeps enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving long weekend. We certainly did. We started off by visiting the drive-in movie theatre on Friday night, for not one, not two, but three movies! I actually managed to watch the third movie, but only because I slept a bit during the first. We hadn't been to the drive-in this year and we figured this past weekend would be our last chance. We had to turn the car on now and then for a bit of heat but other than that it was good. We also had two Thanksgiving dinners this weekend, one at my parents' house and one at my in-laws' place. Lots to be thankful for!


While I was at my mom's place, I snapped a couple of photos of some of her thrifty finds - these pretty blue flower baking dishes. The larger oval on the right says "Made in Holland" on the bottom. The other two are not printed with any identifying marks. Mom got these at "the Sally Ann," as she says (The Salvation Army).

Because Thanksgiving has just passed, I imagine them filled with lovely baked sweet potatoes or some such thing but I'm sure they will have endless uses for both cooking and serving.

What would you use these blue and white floral dishes for?

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7 comments:

  1. Jeez mom could have filled these with even more of her delicious sweet potatoes.

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  2. Two Thanksgiving dinners ! We did too, but on different weekends. Thanks Joann for Vintage Bliss 55.

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    1. I didn't have to cook either of them Joy, so it was all good! ;)

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  3. Sounds like a fun Thanksgiving weekend! There aren't any drive-in movie theaters around here any more. I miss them! Thanks for hosting. Those dishes would look good with anything in them!

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    1. Drive-ins definitely are hard to come by nowadays. That's why we try to take advantage at least once a season. :)

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  4. Those dishes are gorgeous! Can't wait for my favorite sweet potato casserole in November, our US Thanksgiving!

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    1. Thank you! Thanksgiving will be here before you know it! Then Christmas. :)

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