Monday, February 22, 2016

Chili on a Chilly day

When the days are cooler, I love to make a pot of Chili to serve up hot and filling. Add a little salad on the side and what a great meal to ward off the cold days.



I love these beautiful dishes I found at Goodwill. I nearly left them because they only had Soup bowls and salad plates. I'm so glad I decided to bring them home.

Soup and Salad dishes - Mornay by Mikasa (Goodwill)
White Chargers - Westbury Court by PTS International (Home Goods)
Soup Tureen - Nortake (Antique shop)
White plates with silver rim - Royalton China


6 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a lovely table! I just made a big pot of Chili last week and it was sooo good! I think of it as comfort food on these cold winter days. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Sandra Lee said...

I'm glad you bought them also, they made for a beautiful table.

Crochet Hooks said...

I made chili too for the first time last week - it was too spicy (for me) so will adjust for next time. I did not have such lovely dishes to serve it in though!

Stacey said...

Well this knocked my socks off because you served the chili on beautiful china! I never use mine but definitely should.

Thank you for sharing at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Great post!

Rue said...

Beautiful table setting, but now I'm curious about that chili :)

rue

Kelsie Kleinmeyer said...

I can't believe you found those plates at Goodwill. So pretty! Thanks for linking up with us at The Alder Collective. We love the content!