We had a cold and rainy day this past Sunday, so I decided to bake a loaf of bread to warm up the house. My go-to recipe is a farmhouse bread that contains both white flour and wheat flour, but my wheat flour was smelling a little old, so I decided not to make it… Continue reading Baking Bread in Vintage Pyrex
I was hoping to have an in-depth blog post about cleaning Pyrex, but this piece was pretty easy to clean up. I’m sure I will be able to post more photos in the future.
In late July or early August of last year, I stopped at a garage sale of someone who was a former antique/vintage dealer and was selling off inventory from their shop. At the time, I had just decided to get a booth at the Port City Co-op and hadn’t even set it up yet. I… Continue reading Vintage Pyrex – The Beginning
A few months back I posted about how my husband and I could only buy used and/or vintage items for each other for Christmas. What great fun! I found lots of vintage farm signs, vintage tools with advertising for hubby as well as the complete set of Night Cry magazine. Night Cry was a digest… Continue reading Vintage Christmas Gifts