I had these packed up, but decided to set them out to play a bit in honor of my godmother. Marielle Slaughter. She died long ago, but I got sentimental since my birthday is coming up. She painted these dishes for my brother and me the year I was born. She was an AMAZING artist. I still stare in amazement at the detail.
|This is my set...a dinner plate, a bowl and a cup. I used my JB Regency White saucer and my grandmother's coffee spoon. The plate is resting on my Walmart rattan charger and set between my grandmother's silver and silverplate...all different styles.|
|This is my brother's set. My mom had a Siamese cat when we were little. I'm guessing this is her! The napkins were a great estate sale find (12 for $4)|
|my dinner plate|
|Murphy's dinner plate|
|My little cup|
|Murphy's little cup|
|I used my Spode sandwich platter (estate sale find) for the muffalettas, my usual goblets and my grandmother's carafes. My mom just gave these to me. I love them.|
|the whole set|
|Our names are on the bottom of each piece|
|She signed each piece|
|love the bluebells!|
Super easy and super yummy recipe
I made my own relish with tomatoes, olives and marinated feta cheese. Just chop it all up finely. Traditionally you would use Giardiniera in your relish, but I did not.
I found these great flat bread sandwich rolls at my local grocery. You could use focaccia or another flat bread of your choice.
I layered thin sliced deli ham, roasted turkey, hard salami, provolone, and mozzarella, added the relish. I would suggest putting a heavy pan on top to flatten them, but we were to hungry to wait!
I served these with chips and Boursin cheese & berries and vanilla yogurt. It was delish!
I'm linking up with
Marty from a stroll thru life for table top tuesday
Susan from between naps on the porch for tablescape thursday
MLW from designs by gollum for foodie friday
ekat's kitchen for friday potluck