Trend Watch with Paul Lowe : Home Cooking

Contributor post by Alicia of AliciasFindings

Trend watch with Paul Lowe from Sweet Paul’s Magazine

www.etsy.com/seller-handbook/article/trend-watch-with-paul-lowe-of-…

Home Cooking

Eating out is out! Cooking at home is in.

Here at Christmas in July team we wanted to know do you have any items related to Home Cooking and what the story behind the item is.

Dawn Whitehand  from DeeDeeDeesigns says:

My shop is all about home cooking, food presentation and sharing food with family and friends.

My ceramic wares are oven to table, and are microwave safe, oven safe & dishwasher safe – so you can cook a pie or casserole and serve it immediately to the table and then clean up in the dishwasher – easy and dinner party friendly!

This bowl is ideal for baking a pie, cooking casseroles, serving salads and anything else you can think of in the kitchen…

I have lots of other home cooking wares in my store so visit and take a peek

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Sue and Misty from shabbyshopgirls states:

One of the things we LOVE to collect is vintage Cookbooks! We have many available, but this is one of our favorites and a classic that every bride must have received for her wedding from the 40’s to the 60’s and is still popular today! If you don’t have a copy of The Joy of Cooking, your kitchen is just not complete!

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Arlene from ThisandThatCrafter says:

A classic and fun way to eat at home is to BBQ. It is a great way to have very tasty food and on hot days you don’t have to heat up the kitchen with cooking. A great way to eat at home instead of going out on a hot day. Here is a great vintage book on Betty Crocker Best Recipes for Grilling. This book is from 1989 and has lots of great recipes in it.

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If you make a cake at home, you have to be able to store it and why not in this vintage aluminum cake carrier. My mother had one similar to this and she used to bake a cake from scratch every Friday. This caught my eye at a yard sale and brought back all those good memories of fresh baked cakes.
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What could be more iconic of the days of home cooked meals then a piece of vintage Pyrex from the 1940’s?
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