Pie lovers are very loyal to their favorite flavors. Pie serving plates are made specifically to enjoy a large slice, especially served with ice cream. Some of them are flat like regular plates, generally in the 8 to 9 inch diameter size.
I’ve written about a favorite pie plate made by Syracuse a while back.
. . . → Read More: Pie Serving Plates | Enjoy a Big Slice
I like to use my vintage Corelle, and the right time is anytime. Bringing home my first McRib sandwich. Enjoy sandwich and dinnerware at the same time.
I’ve written about using my vintage Corelle plate in the Meadow pattern before. Today, it was for a cult classic, the McDonald’s McRib sandwich. I’d never had one . . . → Read More: McRib Meets Vintage Corelle
White china soup bowls are versatile to use when serving chili, casseroles and other foods, too.
Many cooks and chefs like white because they show off the food to good advantage. And as they say, we eat with our eyes.
In the September 2011 issue of Everyday Food, I saw a recipe for Pasta and . . . → Read More: White China Soup Bowls | Pasta With Bacon
Lovers of Fiesta china color were getting their fix at the Homer Laughlin tent sale this past weekend.
The company holds an annual tent sale at the factory in Newell, West Virginia. Fiesta collectors come from far and near to get pieces in their chosen colors.
Table setting with Fiesta offers thousands of possibilities with . . . → Read More: Fiesta China Color Fest For Table Setting
Colorful Halloween dessert plates by Sakura are one example of the cutest Halloween dinnerware. Designed by Debbie Mumm, they have special, spooky charm.
The Haunted House pattern dates from around 2000, before purple and lime green had gained so much popularity as colors for Halloween decorating. My favorite Poultrygeist mug was made more recently, and . . . → Read More: Halloween Dinnerware | Classic Black and Orange
In one of the prior economic downturns, in the mid-1970s, bold colorful dinnerware was also in fashion.
A friend gave me some old home decorating magazines from the 1960s and 1970s, days I remember well.
It was fascinating going through them, looking at the designer rooms, tableware displays, and the advertising from those decades.
I . . . → Read More: Bold Colorful Dinnerware | Mikasa Bokhara China
Vintage and new dinnerware sets show the long-term appeal of apple china patterns!
Some patterns go with red, as you’d expect. Others focus on green apples. And there are versions that have both red and green pieces to mix and match in your table setting.
One example, the Apple Pie pattern by Franciscan (see thumbnail . . . → Read More: Table Setting Charm in Apple China Patterns