Thankful for Pyrex!

Thanksgiving was wonderful this year-much more put together than last year. We had less people, but they were people whom we love dearly. I did most of the cooking the day before, actually, so when Thursday came I really only had to form the rolls and put the turkey in. Once I did have the bird in, whom I named Fredrick, we set out to set the table. Complete with our new set of Pyrex tableware…

Here we have our table…Each place had a dinner plate and “salad” plate-which we used for rolls. Then in the center we have our Butterfly Gold salt and pepper shaker accompanied by the matching gravy boat. Our napkin rings are the Corning compatibles.

There is Freddy! I must say, he was yummy.

And here we have…the sides. Everything except the candles on the counter are Pyrex. Starting from the left:

Mashed potatoes in a large Friendship Cinderella dish

Carrots, broth and celery from the pan in a small Butterfly Gold Cinderella dish

Cheddar Cheese on the cheese plate

Crackers in the Cracker Barrel (original, huh?)

Stuffing by Hannah in a new Pyrex loaf pan

Mac and Cheese by Jesse in a large new Pyrex casserole dish

Corn and Peas in a split Town and Country dish

Roasted potatoes in the promotional piece Zodiac

And lastly, two plates of turkey meat on the platters from our unnamed full set.

You’d think we’d be done, huh? You think wrong…there is still dessert!

Here we have our two pies. Chocolate, in a 10 inch classic Pyrex pie plate and pumpkin in a newer flavor savor. In the green nesting bowl we have Joe’s homemade cinnamon whipped cream. And of course, in the center, oatmeal drop cookies. The cookies, however are not on a Pyrex dish. I love that little bird plate…we found it two summers ago at a yard sale.

So, there you all have it. Another Thanksgiving brought to you by the magic of Pyrex! Hope everyone had a great holiday.

Advertisements

2 Comments

Filed under Antique, Baking With Pyrex, Cinderella Bowl, New Pyrex, Pyrex, Using Pyrex, Vintage

2 responses to “Thankful for Pyrex!

  1. linda Leslie

    How nice of you to tell us what was in each dish. It all looks tasty. I’ll bet it smelled good!! Have fun. LYB

  2. And a good time was had by all….
    Lovely dinner, Kiddo!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s