Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Easy, right? A Bundt cake, plates, napkins, etc
Alma gave me the pretty cotton cloth, and tipped me off that CTS had the cotton napkins with the stripe for .34! I got enough to use for the Pilgrims AND the Native Americans!
New members of my Bundt family are…
The Stained Glass
And the Mini Heritage…
I found many of mine at the WSonoma Outlet, and less than 20.00 with a coupon. Look around on the internet, there are bargains to be found. If that fails, ask Santa! They last forever and can be passed down. I still have my mom’s original Bundt pan.
Irish Soda Bread made in the Heritage Pan. That will make the Irish Eyes smile!
For the Stained Glass Pan, I used the recipe on the wrapper, but added apples, cinnamon, etc. Here’s link to WSonomas recipes for Bundt Pans.http://www.williams-sonoma.com/search/results.html?activeTab=recipes&words=Vanilla%20Bundt%20Cake&page=1&sortBy=best&itemsPerPage=24&event=tab
I had more pans to show you, but half way through, my post disappeared! I will have to share them with you another time.
My favorite is the Heritage, and the mini is great too!
I make my stuffing in a Bundt pan, and serve it on a cake plate. Just slice and pour on your gravy!
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So what is your favorite Bundt pan?
Thanks for visiting! Next month’s challenge is in the sidebar. It will be my 6th Blogaversary and there will be a Bundt Pan Give away to celebrate.
I am joining Susan for Tablescape Thursday
DEC. 10 th A PINTERESTING CHRISTMAS TABLE.
Find a Christmas Table on Pinterest or a magazine and copy it. We did it last year and people liked it.
All tables have to be new, no reposts and must stick to the theme. Start thinking!
Sunday, November 2, 2014
November has arrived, windy, cold and rainy! Brown is an appropriate color for November, me thinks! Clocks go back, and darkness comes so early. I do not like it!
If you think Irish Soda Bread is just for St. Patrick’s Day, surprise! We have it all year round. Of course, if it tasted like my Mom’s, one day a year was enough! It took me many tries to get it the way we like it…moist! I have had some that made you want to call 911, even an inordinate amount of butter didn’t help! ;>
I like to keep some in the freezer in case someone drops in for tea.
Yesterday was All Saints’ Day, and the first graders had the annual parade.
Each child picks a saint, and recites a short speech about the saint they are dressed as.
Declan chose his namesake, St. Declan, a Bishop of Ireland.
It’s a nice change from Halloween!
Don’t forget Nov. 12th is the Bundt Cake challenge. National Bundt Cake day is the 15th, so dig out your pans, show them to us, and do a dessert table setting. You can freeze the cake for Tgiving, or just go ahead and eat it!
Thanks for stopping by!