Showing posts with label vintage. Show all posts
Showing posts with label vintage. Show all posts

Thursday, March 06, 2014

Lunch For One And A Little Vintage

Plain and Simple and Quick.


Winter weather or any weather for that matter is a good day for fluffy "love" waffles. So often, waffles don't even come to mind, But, in reality they are so simple to make. They are always good served "nearly naked" as I did today. If you can - be sure to use real butter and real maple syrup!!!

Or waffles can be served all gussied up with fancy fruit, sauces and maybe even some whipped cream. Serve them for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It's kinda like pizza!

Oh! And if you have leftover heart waffles they make the cutest sandwiches filled with your favorite fillings.


My waffle maker isn't quite vintage but I have had it for a long time. And, I think it is so cute with the playful hearts.

 However, I can remember having one that looked a little something like this next picture.


And, it was made in the USA. It had to be a Sunbeam just as most of my kitchen appliances were. You see when I was a very small child my father worked as Western Region Sales Manager for Sunbeam. I was told. As a new bride I think all my appliances were Sunbeam. I fondly remember my Sunbeam Mix-Master that was a wedding gift in 1959. I loved that mixer and I hung onto it until about five years ago when I had a very eager buyer at a very large yard sale.


















If of interest open my blog post about
2009 Yard Sale (scroll to bottom)

Mary


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Some Additional Special Photos

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Mother's Day 2012

Mother's Day 2012

Happy Family (2014)

Happy Family (2014)
Grandma Pride

Valentine's Day 2013

Valentine's Day 2013

High School (1957) Friends Of Mine On The Left Live In New York and We Met In Canada In 2013

High School (1957) Friends Of Mine On The Left Live In New York and We Met In Canada In 2013

Bud Mietz

Bud Mietz
1928 - 2014