Large china pasta bowls are perfect to serve a big Saturday night spaghetti dinner.
If not spaghetti, then mostacholli, ravioli, even macaroni and cheese. Any pasta dish that makes a meal by itself, or perhaps served along with a salad or crusty bread.
Bowls like these were designed to hold a good-sized serving of your . . . → Read More: Pasta Bowls Made for Casual Dinner
The Farm Fresh dinnerware pattern by Corelle retains its country charm and popularity for casual parties and everyday dining.
Farm Fresh is decorated with red apples, green pears and grapes, and has a green checkerboard motif on many of the pieces. The background is almond beige. Some of the items, such as the bowls, have . . . → Read More: Farm Fresh Corelle Dinnerware – Sweet Country Charm
Pink dinnerware and glassware are in style for 2011 table settings.
The color specialists at Pantone have chosen Honeysuckle Pink as Color of the Year for 2011, as part of provide their color consulting to industry.
Vibrant pink: this is another color that has cycled in and out of fashion. This color designation is born . . . → Read More: Think Pink for a Stylish Table Setting
Pfaltzgraff has been making a beautiful dinnerware pattern called Plymouth for a few years now.
The acorns, pumpkins, corn and other fall motifs, as well as the warm fall colors, make this an ideal dinnerware choice for Thanksgiving dinner and other autumn celebrations.
I’ve had my eye on this one for a while, and am . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving Dinnerware – Plymouth by Pfaltzgraff
Luscious is the name of this china pattern by Savoir Vivre, made in Japan.
Here the soup bowl includes a serving of warm apple crisp and vanilla ice cream.
The fresh apples came straight from a local produce market. I used Paula Red, an early variety.
The Luscious pattern includes apples in the motif, as . . . → Read More: Use Luscious China for Apple Crisp
When my sister visited recently from the UK, I made several of our old family favorite foods, including orange gelatin dessert. Some products that we take for granted here, like fruit flavored gelatin, are difficult to obtain in other countries.
And it’s the food that sometimes makes a place feel like home.
Of course, . . . → Read More: Vintage Noritake Meets Jell-O, Makes Retro Style
Think of New England, Early American or traditional design, and your mind can easily conjure an image of a comfortable home with rooms filled with folk art and rustic antiques from more than 200 years ago.
This look is not for everyone, but for those who own homes that fit this style, setting a . . . → Read More: Use Pfaltzgraff Dinnerware for Traditional Table Setting Ideas