Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Just Peachy!

Hey everyone-Happy Tablescape Thursday! Ok, technically they're nectarines... work with me here...  

Alternate Titles:
On the way to 5 a day!
Dining with daisies.
Cake and tea for me.
Love to bake some breakfast cake!

I won the tablecloth on ebay, it has a fun print and great colors.
The dishes are Corelle Crazy Daisy pattern found at Salvation Army, I like the green with this tablecloth.


I made another cake, recipe HERE and I agree with everyone, I think it's prettier with the fruit sliced too. 
Have a happy day:@)

49 comments:

  1. I love Spring Blossom Pyrex and these dishes go perfectly with that pattern. I need to find some plates at the thrift! Love the table and esp that cake! yummmy!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  2. Very pretty and that cake looks sooooo good!

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  3. Hi Lynn! I love the olden dishes and the tablecloth is wonderful! I want one just like it. Now I would really love a tiny little sample of that cake! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  4. Everything blends together so well. They really compliment each other. The cake seems out of place though, you should just send that to me! LOL! I still think the sliced fruit looks better than the halved fruit. It makes such a pretty presentation.

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  5. It is early still early here for eating this type goodies, but I would sure like to try it.

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  6. I thought that was Corelle but when I saw the cup on it's side it looked to thick. It is a pattern I vaguely remember, they must have made it better back then..Really!?

    Great tablecloth find, the colors are so vivid.

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  7. I'm on my way over and I'll bring the coffee!!

    Hugs,
    susan and Bentley

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  8. I love that cloth, Lynn, and your fruit tart is really beautiful and looks delicious. Wish I could join for a cup of coffee and a slice of that tart. xo,

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  9. What a beautiful table setting! I love Corelle dishes. Our family still uses the set of Old Town Blue Corelle dishes that sweet hubby and I got as a wedding present over 30 years ago.

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

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  10. I'll have coffee with cream and a big slice please!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  11. What a pretty cake! School's got me bamboozled snd so I haven't had time to make "pretty" things lately ; )

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  12. That is just too pretty to even eat. It looks so yummy and summer fresh.

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  13. Love Corelle. I still have my plain white set from 1976. Just can't kill the things! LOL

    Di

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  14. Lovely tablescape especially with that beautiful cake...Christine

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  15. Beautiful post and I LOVE the tablecloth. And the cake looks amazing.

    Carolyn

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  16. Love your beautiful tablecloth and the delicious cake!

    hugs
    Charo

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  17. Oh my goodness... we had that pattern growing up! It looks fab with that new tablecloth.
    Yvonne

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  18. Very pretty tablescape. I am loving the cake too.

    Cheers.
    Velva

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  19. Well, I refuse to call the Crazy Daisy dishes vintage, because I remember when they were new! And fresh! LOL! They do look pretty with that wonderful tablecloth. And the nectarine cake is both beautiful and tempting!

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  20. Oh, so pretty and I'm so hungry for peaches right now! LOL!

    I have those same dishes. They were my Mom's. We eat out of them everyday.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  21. Another lovely table... and delicious!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  22. I really, really like the pattern on the dishes!

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  23. Yummy cake!!! This is such a wonderful vintage look! LOVE IT!

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  24. The cake is beyond yummy looking. You bake such awesome goodies. The tablecloth is a wonderful find and looks fabulous with those dishes.

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  25. I had the curtains that match that tablecloth!! Oh my...brings back memories of our first house.
    That cake sure looks yummy!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  26. Love the teapot. I wish I lived close enough to stop by for a slice of this yummy treat and a cup of coffee.

    Hope you had a good day.

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  27. I love the tablecloth....so pretty with your dishes. Loved the looks of the pie...yummy!

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  28. Love your tablecloth. it's so bright and pretty and happy. Your cake looks divine! wow. Many blessings, marlis

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  29. I'm dying over here! My mom has those exact dishes and still uses them every day!! Brings back memories!!!!
    Have a wonderful week!

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  30. Oh my goodness. These were my every day dishes for YEARS. Even when I was tired of them after 20 years, they wouldn't break. Finally got some new ones...but you have now made me sad that I don't still have them!!

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  31. Pretty tablecloth & everything on it, too! I used to have a set of Corelle's Crazy Daisy pattern. I think I gave it to my sister & she is still using it. I'm tempted to go BACK to using Corelle, as my current stuff is so dang heavy. Poor DH can't hardly lift it or empty the dishwasher due to arthritis in his hands.

    I bet that treat tasted even better than it looks. Yummo!
    Hugs,
    Rett

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  32. Love those green and white plates. Hummm I guess I'll have to go visit Salvation Army thrift store?
    That cake/pie looks so good and is so pretty!!

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  33. This setting is wonderful. I have some corelle downstairs in J's bar I should use. Love it.

    I bought peaches for your wonderful Martha Steward inspired dessert. They ripened fairly quickly so we ate them...mostly standing over the sink with juice running down our chin and arms!LOL Wonderful peaches. Always have to have some, unpeeled, while standing over the sink! I am still going to try the dessert.:-)

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  34. So cheery to wake up to! Love that tablecloth, you have a good eye. That breakfast cake looks like it came out of a magazine. Perfection.

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  35. I love your new cloth.
    I also love Corelle...lightweight and unbreakable. I don't remember this pattern but it sure is pretty.

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  36. That cake is pretty irresistible. To have a slice of it sitting at your beautiful table would be close to paradise. My family would love your cake, whether it was served for breakfast or dessert.It looks delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  37. I love how you tied this table in to the foodie post, and I think those dishes do go wonderfully with the tablecloth. They make me think of my grandmother for some reason.

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  38. O' I love this tablecloth and the corelle ware.
    But I can't hardly take my eye off that cake!
    ~JO
    lazyonLoblolly

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  39. That looks so good. I had a set of those dishes for 30 plus years and got rid of them. Note to self...never do that again (sigh)!

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  40. That picture should be i a magazine - absolutely gorgeous! I am buying peaches today from the roadside stand just so I can make your cake!
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    Concetta

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  41. I have one word for that; YUM! Glad to have found your blog via Lori@Family Tree May Contain Nuts.

    Ali x

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  42. Lynn, This is such a scrumptious and yet everyday kind of table and post. Made me happy to see it and want to sit with you and eat some of that lovely cake!!

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  43. I love your table cloth and I want to jump through my computer screen to get to that cake! It looks so good.

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  44. Beautiful tablecloth...the dishes are perfect with it. Your peach cake is a work of art, Lynn.

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  45. Love to come here for the goodies and I'm always drooling over your food and now for this awesome cake! I love your corelle with the great tablecloth...yeah, it goes wonderful together! Great tablescape. Lots of hugs, FABBY

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  46. How funny; we had that same set of Corelle from when I was growing up. I think it was one of the first patterns that Corelle made. Just found your your site, what a fun place.

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