I used my talavera plates and bowl, Mexican water glass, goblet from Target, my grandmother's silver, and a white estate sale napkin in my beaded rings. I believe this runner was from World Market a few years ago.
This is my best attempt at being green for St. Patrick's Day. I made this delicious apple cake yesterday in my mom's vintage bundt pan, probably a wedding present, but I love it. I thought it appropriate, considering this is a recipe from a friend's grandmother. Ah, some of my favorite recipes are passed down from generation to generation...
***I used small pink lady apple and about 8 of them! My recipe made a bundt and two ramekins. The ramekins were done in about 35 minutes.***1 1/4 c oil2 c sugar3 eggs1 tsp vanilla3 c flour3/4 tsp nutmeg3/4 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp salt1 1/2 tsp baking soda3 c chopped unpeeled apples (granny smith)1 c chopped nutspreheat 350mix oil and sugar. add eggs one at a time. add vanilla. sift dry ingredients and add to mixture (I have never sifted, rather just mixed). fold in apples and nuts. spoon into bundt pan. bake at 350 for 1 1/4 hrs.