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.
By pie serving plates, I mean the kind that have sides, similar to the kind of dish that a pie is baked in, but made specifically for serving.
These are made for serving up a generous piece of pie, perhaps warming it in the . . . → Read More: Pie Serving Plates | Enjoy a Big Slice
Quite likely, everyone I know grew up with Corning Ware cookware and bakeware in the Cornflower Blue pattern.
Cornflower Blue is so associated with the company that as soon as you see it, you think “Corning Ware.”
The sauce maker, though, is less common. These were sold in the 1960s and 1970s, with and without glass covers.
I’d use this for warming spaghetti sauce, or making Welsh Rarebit, which starts with a basic white sauce, then gets milk, cheese and tomato juice. The spouts on this pot would make it easy to pour the contents over . . . → Read More: Saucy saucemaker by Corning Ware