I have a trifle dish, but where? So I decided to make this fruity dessert in a vintage salad bowl.
I think the bowl shows off the cool dessert, and is something of a conversation piece for those like me who are interested in vintage glassware.
This bowl has a swirl edge and panels, and overall is square shaped. It’s not marked, and so far has eluded identification of a pattern and maker.
Based on the color, I’ll place it in the 1970s. The shape could put it into a later decade. In any case, old enough to be . . . → Read More: A Trifle Tweaked in a Vintage Glass Bowl
Today is National Pineapple Upside Down Cake day, an unexpected addition to our Earth Week series on baking. I made mine with leftover crushed pineapple, and added dried Michigan cherries for color and extra sweet-tart flavor.
I discovered these round Pyrex glass baking dishes, which work great for this kind of recipe. A favorite Mikasa salad plate (in the blue floral Castle Hill pattern) is just the right size to serve a generous slice.
Of course, I also love the more traditional version of this cake, with pineapple rings and Maraschino cherries. Those versions have a beautiful brown sugar . . . → Read More: Pineapple Upside Down Cake With Cherries: Sweet!