Silver-Plated Serving Pieces

I think I was born in the wrong century. I sometimes feel that because people look at me in a strange way when I refuse to eat out of plastic dishes and to use plastic cutlery, even if we are on a picnic. I hate this. I like having dinner or lunch around a normal wooden table with all family members gathered round it, not each of us chewing a slice of cold pizza in front of their own TV sets or computers, strangers sitting under the same roof. I would like to turn each meal into an event, like they used to in the old times. So now I am looking forward for Easter to come to make my dream come true. And I am going to use the “silverware”.

Actually it is only silver plated but it looks really great, honestly. These serving pieces that come in a set give elegance and style to the Easter dinner and make the atmosphere really festive. They all have a vintage appearance and what looks like a time patina as if they were those tableware sets inherited from generation to generation. If you follow this link you will get to Pottery Barn where you can choose any of the available items that include: a serving fork, a serving spoon, a slotted vegetable spoon, a cake/pie server, a tomato spoon, and a small ladle. You can purchase each of them separately or in sets of three or six, whatever you like.

Published by in Kitchen, on March 27th, 2011


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