I found some new treasures, and made my own "set". Hope you like them!
Pink and black gooseberry mix-up. A new scroll from flea market, smallest mixing bowl in butterfly gold, and a solid yellow "candy dish" for my sister. Loving it!
Awhile back, I posted about my new turquoise mixer. I used it yesterday to make my grandmother's Ukrainian Walnut Torte. I think it came out great (and my grandma supervised me like a hawk the whole time)! We also made pierogies for our traditional Christmas Eve supper :) "Смачного" ... or Bon Appetit!
<3 Christina, Belle of the Blog
I've just been going though and deciding which bowls I will use on Christmas day. I have the same scroll bowl and it is full of Chex mix now. How sweet to have your grandma there with you. Your tree is beautiful. Merry ChristmasReplyDelete
Thanks!! I think I'm going to fill mine with pinecones and bulbs. It'll be my Christmas pyrex :)Delete
Yummy! Pierogies are on my list of favorites. Your cake looks great too. (Love that your grandmother supervised the operation!)ReplyDelete
Hahaha thanks :) yes, she was in full force :) big shoes to fill!Delete
I know a number of Ukrainian grandmothers - and they all have amazing supervision skills!Delete
I love Pierogies! My aunt is from Poland and used to make them for us all the time growing up. I love the way that you displayed the Scroll bowl. I also put a set together of the pink and black Gooseberry a while ago. I love having the option to mix it around.ReplyDelete
Awesome! Love Ukrainian/Eastern European food! We make several dishes throughout the year, but Christmas eve is special!ReplyDelete
Pink and black is a good mix- who says we have to stick to matchy matchy? Enjoy!
Love the black and pink set! I might do that when I find the pink gooseberry, its very unique looking.ReplyDelete
It's so much fun to mix and match Pyrex pieces. Love the scroll. And the cake and pierogies look yummy!ReplyDelete