It’s Thanksgiving Day here today in Canada. I’ve got my turkey ready to go. It’s just Dave and I this year, so we are going to be eating A LOT of turkey for a few days, but I’m looking forward to it. Not least of all because I’ve got some new casserole dishes to try out…
Well… new to me.
Not long after I moved out on my own years ago, Dave’s mom gave me a small “Spice of Life” Corningware casserole dish she had kicking around. It was missing a lid, but it was the perfect size for making small dishes for one or two. I loved it so much, I asked Mom to keep her eye out for more as her and Dad were antiquing. She found me another, medium sized one with the lid.
Sadly, I broke the lid (note: Hot lid, cold water… not friends!), but I use these two dishes several times a week.
Yesterday, after running a couple of errands first thing, Dave decided he didn’t want to head home yet, he wanted to go antiquing. I wasn’t really in the mood, but I’m so glad he persisted….
Not one, not two, but THREE large-size casseroles – WITH THE LIDS!!! If you look online, some of these go for more than $100 a piece! Happily, I got each of these for $25. And then I found these…
They are little single-serving size. They have a little handle on the side and lids for each. I didn’t even know they made these! But they were so cute, and at only $7 a piece, hard to say no!
Now I better get in that kitchen. Lord Burton is ready for pie!