It’s Day Two of the Spring Refresh with my friend KariAnne at Thistlewood Farms. Today I refreshed the Kitchen with my favorite Pink Dinnerware. I love that these plates are also bowls. How cool is that?
Plates and bowls? Oh yes, they are! I can use these pink dinnerware plates to serve any type of food, but I especially love them for salads, soups, pasta, and risotto.
How to Refresh your Kitchen With My Favorite Pink Dinnerware
There is something about the color of this pink dinnerware that I love. It’s not a super bright pink, rather it is more of a blush. It goes so well with copper and I think that’s why I love it so much.
I love setting a casual dinner at the kitchen island. Some nights it works so well to just have the boys hang in the kitchen while I am cooking and getting dinner ready. We have a lot of fun in the kitchen so I often set the “table” on our island. I think that is why I love our island so much because it lends to the family hanging out with me and lots of fun conversations.
Tonight we are using my new pink dinnerware.
How to Use These Plates/Bowls
Tonight I am making dinner and I cannot wait to use my new pink plates. Or bowls. It feel like there should be a name for these such as “plowls”. No that doesn’t work. Maybe “blates”. I think not.
Ok, I will just call them my pink/blush plates that are also bowls.
One of my favorite people in the world, Karianne at Thistlewood Farms, styled her kitchen too. Her awesome new find can be seen in her blog post titled Look What I Found for the Kitchen. Be sure and hop over to her blog to see what she has done.
The Dinner Menu
To christen my new plates, I am serving a wonderful and healthy Caesar salad. I am adding grilled chicken to make it a heartier meal and I think I am going to try to make croutons in the air fryer. The menu is so perfect for these fabulous pink plates!
- Caesar Dressing
- 1/2 - 1 tsp anchovy paste (based on taste)
- 1 garlic clove, chopped
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp pepper
- 2 TBL fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 tsp Dijon mustard
- 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1 1/2 cups of Sir Kensington's Classic Vegan Mayonnaise
- 4 TBL grated vegan parmesan cheese (such as Follow Your Heart Cheese Alternative, dairy free, shredded parmesan)
- 2 heads of romaine lettuce, torn or cut into small pieces
- To make the dressing, either by hand or with an electric mixer, whisk together the anchovy paste, garlic, salt, pepper, lemon juice, mustard, and Worcestershire sauce.
- Add the mayonnaise and parmesan cheese.
- Chill until ready to use.
- Pour over lettuce, add additional parmesan cheese if desired.
Did you notice that these plates are slightly imperfect in shape? I love that!
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I also did a bit of refresh in the kitchen and added these amazing hydrangeas. And yes, they are faux.
I am also serving deviled eggs too! You might want to try my recipe for the Best Deviled Eggs ever!
I love our kitchen rugs so much! They are very popular and hard to find but there are a few in stock now.
This Week’s Spring Refresh
Here is a quick review of Karianne’s and my rooms for our Spring Refresh. I loved the Living Room refresh and look at these kitchen photos!
Frequently Asked Questions
Plates are commonly made from ceramic materials such as bone china, porcelain, glazed earthenware, and stoneware, as well as other traditional materials like glass, wood, or metal.
Ceramic is prepared by burning clay at a high temperature and there are no chemical used. So it is a healthy option to eat on.
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