Friday, March 9, 2018

HOME GOODS and REAL POTTERY


I love pottery dishes, but I am loving my new selection of dishes from Home Goods that are heavy plastic, but look like pottery.  Tonight I served my dearest salmon, sweet potato and skillet browned brussel sprouts on the perfect sized square plates.
 

For Spring I am using yellows and blues and these plastic dishes are so perfect.  Heavy duty and look more like pottery.  Dishwasher safe too.  Do you have a Home Goods near you?

And this is "REAL" pottery.  A gift from my friend who knows I have a thing about little "crocks".  This pottery is called Rolled Oats Pottery.  The piece on the left is a spoon rest and the little crock I will use for kosher salt, or raw sugar...(haven't decided yet).
Isn't that the cutest set?  I also found the large linen napkins at Home Goods.  I think I'm set for Spring!!!

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  1. Oh, that dinner looks so delicious. I am hungry!
    Pretty plates and they certainly don't look like plastic.
    Your pottery gifts are lovely and the napkins are beautiful, Wanda. Such a pretty, fresh design. I'm hoping for spring soon although we're not done with winter yet.
    Sending hugs. xxoo

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    1. We try to eat healthy....but then you know how much I bake...it's a balanced diet...healthy/dessert! haha.
      I thought the napkins were lovely. Would send you some So.CA sunshine, but it's raining today.

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  2. I also love the look of pottery and te blue and yellow dishes are perfect,, they eliminate the weight of heavy pottery dishes but keep that beautiful look!! Thats a wonderful meal you made,, yummo!! The real pottery gifts are beautiful aren't they,, beautifully made!

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    1. There is just something special about pottery. I think it's because someone had to design it hands on.
      The dinner was pretty tasty. I love brussel sprouts fixed this way.

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  3. Love your pottery, and those plastic ones look so real, incredible.

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    1. I think I will go back and see if they have a few more of the square plates..they are a perfect size for lunch too.

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  4. Love pottery too. Your "Plastic" does look like crockery. We have a Home Goods, but haven't been in a while.

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    1. Hi Janet. Had you on my mind this week. Hope you are feeling better. I have always loved the look of crockery.

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  5. I like how you change the theme according to the season.

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    1. It's something I done for many years. I think it started in Hughson, CA where we had a parsonage with a big country kitchen where I had a large table and a fireplace with a big mantel. That's were the seasons started with my decorations. Now I've had to downsize, but I still love the changes.

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  6. We have a Home Goods store but I have not been terribly successful at buying things for the home. I don't go in there much.

    Your dishes are lovely, but I know from experience that you can make paper plate look like fine china. You have a gift and use it well.
    :0)

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  7. Those yellow and blue ones don't look like plastic at all. Very pretty. I do love handmade pottery.

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