Why should pie have all the fun?
Blueberries are in season, and these scones are easy to make. Quick to bake, too, so the house doesn’t heat up.
And, I get a chance to use one of my vintage favorites: a pie plate in the Lancaster pattern by Syracuse, vintage china from the 1950s.
If you like hand painted charm and folk patterns, this could be one for your vintage shopping list.
I like them for their generous size, too, about 9 inches in diameter.
I’ve written about these Syracuse china pie plates before.
As for my scones, I . . . → Read More: Blueberry Scones Vintage Syracuse China
Pie, the most comforting of the comfort foods that we remember from childhood. At our house, cherry and pumpkin were often on the menu for family gatherings. My mother made her crust with lard, and it was very tender.
There’s a cute song about pie in the movie Michael. Part of it goes like this, “Apple, pumpkin, mince and black bottom. I’ll come to your place every day if you’ve got ‘em.” Pie means that all’s right with the world. I’d have to agree.
When it comes to eating pie, it’s simple after you get that pesky first piece . . . → Read More: Eating homemade pie – use vintage china plates
Hard to believe it’s been so long since my last post, but it has been a busy shopping season. You could almost feel the pent-up garage sales…. waiting for the snow to go and nice weather to arrive.
One of the best things we found in our travels so far (and the summer’s not over yet) was a set of beautiful vintage china by Syracuse, from the 1960s-1970s.
The Polaris pattern has elegant platinum stars and rims, on a creamy white background. Many people associate Syracuse with restaurant, hotel and railroad wares. Polaris is one of the fine china . . . → Read More: Polaris Vintage Syracuse China