A closer view. The sun was shining, so I took a better photo after taking the first.
The vintage towel behind the necklace was also a good find. I will most likely use it for a hand towel in my master bathroom.I have been wanting to try this recipe, and finally did. They are Individual Brussels Sprout and Potato Frittatas. The recipe is from Eating Well. Mom gave me some old magazines and this was in one of them.
I did not have 10 oz. ramekins that the recipe called for. I simply adjusted the recipe using my farm fresh eggs and used 1/2 pint, wide mouth canning jars. I love this recipe. I am so ready to plant more brussels sprouts, potatoes, dry more herbs and use goat's milk for this. You can add about any vegetable to these too. Yum!
I donated items to a local thrift store that benefits children. I took the time to look around and brought these fun finds home with me:
A vintage dish towel ~ $.69
A vintage crocheted doily ~ $.50
Another dish towel ~ $.50
A ceramic bowl made in California ~ $2.00
2 placements with camper pattern ~ $1.00 total
Retro stapler that works ~ $1.00
Stephen King's "On Writing" ~ $3.00
A bit high, but anything sold used on-line has about $3.99 shipping anyway.
"Walking West" a Pioneer story ~ $.50
Antique book on Sentence and Theme ~ $1.00
What a fun time I had, and now we have more towels for the house and for camping.
I also bought 2 glass bowls for $.25 each for the cats. I don't like to buy paper plates all the time and it's more eco-friendly. They are made in the U.S. also.
I guess I better start "spring" cleaning the closets, so I have another reason to visit the store again soon - ha ha ha!