Phew, that was a mouthful!
Welcome to Let’s Dish from cold and windy NY, where Spring is being very coy and elusive! Below freezing again last night, I wonder when the flowers will finally bloom this year?
Today’s luncheon will be served on my everyday dishes, Fiance Fruits by Dansk.
I started with a sunny yellow round mat followed by a we bit smaller navy blue mat.
I like that there are so many colors in it, so you can go a few different ways. I do admit I am getting tired of it though, I have had it for 10 years, but since I have a gazillion pieces of it, I will probably be bringing it with me to the old age home! I think I have service for 18, plus platters etc.
The flatware is by Fiesta, via Tuesday Morning.
Yellow stems from Cmas Tree Shop.
The centerpiece is daffodils from the yard, the only thing blooming. The supermarket had these tall cylinder vases filled with daffodil bulbs marked down to 3.00 yesterday Some of the flowers were on their way out, so I filled in with big fresh ones.
I can plant the bulbs so I have an armful like Yvonne, and then I will have a tall cylinder vase like Alycia. Someday when I grow up I want to be like them! :)
Pale yellow napkins complete our luncheon table.
For dessert we will have Sour Cream Apple Streusel Pie. Recipe from Gourmet magazine. Here.
I used my new pie slicer for the many pounds of apples. I give it a thumbs up! I have had several and this one works great Available on Amazon.
This is the apples after they have been mixed with the sour cream filling.
Here it is with the streusel topping before it goes in the oven.
Out of the oven and smelling delicious!
This is the second time I made this, and it is worth the effort!
Next time I will increase the amount of streusel.
I made fresh whipped cream to go with it. If you go to the trouble of peeling all those apples, please make fresh cream, or a dollop of ice cream is good too!
Since I was whipping cream, I made a whipped cream Bunny Cake to bring Easter. It is filled with whipped cream and cherries. His tail is many layers of whipped cream so it is defined, but my photog skills are poor!
And now for the grand bargain from Pottery Barn Outlet! Marked $129.00, sale 14.99!
It’s huge! Lots of room for candles, shells, etc.
Ok, enough from me. I still haven’t made it to everyone from last week due to the fact I was tied to the kitchen for 3 days!
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