The shape and form were so attractive that even though I have never made Paella I decided that I could use it for a baking and serving dish.
I can visualize it filled with pasta and sauce, wine steamed clams, a hearty stew or a curry.
The shape is smooth
and the enamel is in perfect condition.
In 1974 Avocado Green and Harvest Gold were the popular colors
for appliances and kitchen decor.
Our wedding gifts were in Avocado Green
none of them exist today
almost 37 years later!
We had a Blue themed kitchen for many years
with a whistling Copco kettle and baking dishes
Wedgewood Midwinter Stonehenge crockery in Blue.
I showcased the current white Maxwell Williams
white goes with everything!
Some Blue is creeping back into
The Humble Bungalow
"what comes around goes around"
Seattle Music Experience
Frank Gehry designed structure
a symphony in blue
(too big for the Bungalow!)
Salt from Guernsey
hand scooped by salters
French sea salt is a Humble Bungalow staple
Blue sealer jars
this display is for you!
lovely blues...sent from across the sea
a very talented porcelain artist created two bowls that caught my fancy a few years ago which I purchased and admire
While I am embracing blues...
I cannot conceive of reintroducing Avocado Greens
except in the form of tasty and heathy avocados!
Does anyone have a Paella recipe that I must try?
Thank you for stopping by...