December 13, 2010

Over The Moon~ ~ About A Dish

Greetings Friends~ ~ ~

You are the only ones I can share this with. I know that you will understand because you have probably been there. I opened the box and my heart skipped a beat when I saw this.
Have you ever purchased from www.csn.com ? A few days ago I saw this covered casserole on their site and I had to have it.

Last night I baked my corn casserole in it and it was delish. Having an attractive lid is a real plus. I can keep it warm at the table and not have to deal with foil.


I adore this dish because it's not white but a creamy white shade with brown antiquing around the bow on top. So sweet.


The casserole didn't last long. I like this as a side dish or a light meal with a salad and bread as we had it last night. It's simple to make and while it's baking you can whip a salad together.




This sweet bow of a handle just makes the dish perfect.
Go to www.csn.com and search for Pamela Gladding Ivory
round baker with lid. It's on sale right now!
Cheesy Corn Spoon Bread
4 oz. Butter
8 oz. cream cheese
Microwave in bowl to melt slightly 1 minute
Add remaining ingredents and mix well
1- 15oz. can corn drained
1-15 oz. can Creamed Corn
3 eggs
1 med. onion, minced
6-8 oz. pepperjack cheese grated or chopped small
12 oz. Pepperage Farms corn bread stuffing
1/4 C chopped parsley
Pour into well buttered casserole
Bake 375* ABOUT 45 MIN.
till center is firm



Serve in this lovely dish.




I also purchased these sweet little ramekins.
I can see my creme brulee in these.



These are from www.csn.com also.
Bon Jour Stoneware 4 piece set in chocolate.


Thanks for stopping by for a visit.
I've been having 'puter problems so I was not able to post.
Thanks for hanging in there.
Love to all of you
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

22 comments:

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

OH I LOVE this too! The lid with that bow is just perfect!

I wrote down the recipe too!

Lou Cinda ")

Blondie's Journal said...

The casserole dish is gorgeous! With the antiquing, it almost looks like the dishes I just bought from Ballards. I have a gift card to CSN and I am really excited to have a peek at what they have {I've heard great things about it!}

Thanks for the recipe, it sounds delicious!

XO,
Jane

Mimi said...

Gorgeous covered casserole...your corn dish sounds wonderful, too!

Shirley said...

Oh, you're right about that wonderful casserole dish. I'm in love with it too!! And that recipe looks delicious.

La Vie Quotidienne said...

What a lovely dish...I can see how you love it...of course I am kind of a dish-a-holic.(-: Thank you for visiting me and leaving such a nice comment...I like the wallpaper in this room too even if wallpaper is a bit passe I can't bring myself to take it down...maybe someday. Merry Christmas

sissie said...

Ooh this is a pretty baking dish, I love it! The little bow on top is perfect. Great recipe too.

hugs
Sissie

Modern Country Lady said...

Hi there , thanks for stopping by on my blog.Yes I love love love that dish too- gorgeous!!!

Janean said...

girl, you'd better frisk me on my way out....that FAB casserole dish would fit nicely under my sweater....lumpy, but still. LOL!!!!!

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

I *totally* get that! I always think a meal tastes somehow more yummy when it's in my most gorgeous dishes!!

Sarahx

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

Merry Christmas Ahrisha! Oh My Goodness I LOVE this casserole! You are right we DO REALLY have the same taste!!! I LOVE this white, I'm always attracted to an antique look of white, and this is PERFECT, and 'REALLY LOVE" the handle! If you never saw my clip of Mrs Blandings describing colors, CHECK here
http://conghailecottage.blogspot.com/2010/08/mrs-blandings-chooses-paint-colors-for.html
Thank you for sharing this, I'm OFF to check out the goodies by Pamela Gladding...
Hugs to you, Donna

Splurgie said...

It's gorgeous. I can see why you're over the moon! Happy Holidays.

xinex said...

Beautiful casserole dish and ramekins. Love that lid!...Christine

On Crooked Creek said...

Ahrisha,
Thank you for you sweet visit On Crooked Creek today! With the upcoming forecast, I doubt that "Mr. Ed" & I will be spending New Year's Eve together this year. If not, I usually find a closet or a cabinet to clean. . .HA!
Your casserole looks wonderful. Yes! I could get attached to your new dish, as well! Stop by again soon, dear. We'll visit some more in the New Year of blogging!
Fondly,
Pat

Sandra said...

Beautiful dish and the recipe looks wonderful as well. Thanks for both.

Kathleen Ellis said...

What a beautiful serving/casserole dish...I love the detail!
Have a beautiful weekend!
;-D Kathleen

Mickey said...

Love your bowl and that recipe! Hop on over and enter my first give away.
mickey

Suzy said...

That is a beautiful dish! Love the design on top.

Bill said...

Hi Ahrisha,

I'm just now seeing this post. I do like that beautiful covered casserole and, you're right, you have a very appreciative audience of kindred spirits here. It really has a timeless look. Your recipe sounds wonderful -- perfect for a simple, but tasty, wintertime meal.

A Perfect Setting said...

Hi Ahrisha, I do love that dish, anything with a bow, and that great 'antique' look is great. Your recipe sounds yummy! Thanks for visiting with me and your kind comments.

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

What a lovely casserole dish! I like a creamy color better than all white, too. Your corn casserole looks delish.

Richard Cottrell said...

I love corn any way you fix it, and the dish is wonderful. Thanks for sharing and thanks for dropping by to see me at My Old Historic House,Richard

Mikey said...

Yum! This really is a pretty casserol dish! It'd look great in my new kitchen! Thanks again for stopping by! Oh--I am also your newest follower. I thought I did it long ago, but I guess I didn't! Oops on me!

~Mikey @ Shabby French Cottage
www.shabbyfrenchcottage.com