Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Corn on the Cob Dishes, A Glasbake Loaf Pan & Vintage Bliss Tuesdays Linky Party #80

corn on the cob dishes #summer

I did a quick bit of thrifting at the Salvation Army Thrift Store yesterday after picking up groceries. Well, it was supposed to be quick, but this one couple in line at the thrift store had about a thousand items and then they also encouraged their friend to cut the line. Not cool.

I was waiting in line to pay for these must-have dishes, haha. With summer approaching, we all need side plates for corn on the cob, no? (My husband gave me a dirty look when I showed him these.) Sure we have nowhere to store them, but I also spotted a nice buffet and hutch at the thrift store. It wasn't quite as tall as I'd like and I thought $150 was a bit pricey, but one day I will find a nice sideboard to paint and distress and then we will have more storage space.

Glasbake USA vintage milk glass rural scene loaf pan

I cannot resist a loaf pan either. I have two, but one of them is non-stick and I avoid using it because I wonder what's leaching from that nasty coating. I thought this vintage Glasbake USA milk glass loaf pan would be prettier in food photos too.

Glasbake USA vintage milk glass rural scene loaf pan

Just look at the lovely rural scene depicted on the side of the Glasbake loaf pan. I will enjoy baking The Best Banana Bread Ever in this loaf pan.

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17 comments:

  1. Great loaf pan, love the graphics. Thanks for hosting Joann.
    Joy

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  2. I found that same Glasbake loaf pan but passed on it.It was $5 and more than I wanted to pay but I really liked it a lot. It will look great in food photos.

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    1. Mine was $3.99 (no tax). I don't find that the cheapest either but I only bought these couple of finds, so it's fine. ;)

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    2. Thank you for sharing your finds with us at Vintage Charm.

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  3. I think the loaf pan is very cute.

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    1. Thank you! I have already used it for an upcoming food post. :)

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  4. OH Jo those ceramic corn holders are adorbes

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  5. LOL, I have some like the corn holders and have been known to use it as hotdog holders for the kids when they were smaller

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    1. I like that idea - I'll use them for our veggie dogs! ;)

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  6. I have always wanted those corn dishes and I see them often at thrift stores. Very cute finds!

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    1. Thank you! That's the first time I've seen them but I'll have to keep an eye out for some extras!

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  7. I'm glad you found things you can use! I end up thrifting a lot of stuff just because its cute but not actually useful ;)

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  8. I love the loaf pan, we're currently swapping all our non-stick for non-non-stick stuff, just to be safe, glass and enamel pans are prettier too!

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    1. Good for you - yeah I think it's gotta be safer. And glass and enamel are definitely more fun to use!

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