Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Tin is IN!


As I mentioned in my last post I am propping a cookbook - 
so in the past few days I have been pulling props
 that I think would work well with the chef.


Old friends like these.

I have always like the way food looks in rustic vessels. 
Like brownies in a graniteware pan. 
Lamb shanks and artichokes in an antique copper pot.

These pieces have real history and speak to me.

If this cookie sheet could talk...
can you imagine all the love that somebody's Grandma baked up on this baby?


How many garden delights were bathed in this old colander?


As my sweet mother would say:
"make new friends but keep the old,
one is silver and the other is gold"

Tin is my old friend too.





12 comments:

Purple Flowers said...

Great photos of old friends. Enjoy them!

Hence72 said...

pleased to meet you

great work

come pay a visit some time

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

Thanks for stopping by! New follower. If my cookie sheet could talk I'd tell it to bake me some toll house pronto!

abby jenkins said...

YaY! tollhouse cookie!!! perhaps other diversion for me this afternoon so I don't have to deal with tasks at hand!

Bleudelavande said...

Great post and photos and objects!!! How nice to meet you!!! Tank you for your lovely comment to my post!!! I'm so glad!

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

They are all winners....makes me want to do a post on some old kitchenware.....and the cookie sheet is to dream of.....

Kary

Life Laugh Latte said...

Thanks for stopping by to visit.
I want that cookie sheet!!
Charisse

bananas. said...

i know little about cooking but these tins look fabulous in photos and make the food in them look even momre tasty.

Morgaana said...

Inhales~ Ahhh The smell of baked struddle with apricot lecvar and fresh rolled felo dough when you come in from bulbing. I love those memories a Flat Oven Sheet Sings!

Irene ~ RE~VINTAGED said...

Popped by via Marly & Lokyer - loved your comment about cloning yourself etc.. How I wish I coul do the same! lol!!!
Love to be doing what you do! Did a little scenic art in my early 20's but went into education instead! Love your blog Will catch up with more of it soon as life is a little hectic at present.
Best wishes Irene x

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

OOooooH. I wanna be you when I grow up. The job sounds just fascinating...

Love your old soul kitchen ware too!

Cote de Texas said...

Thank you so much for your great comment today!!! much appreciated, you are so sweet.

Joni