I have this thing for vegetables. I love to eat them, yes, but I also love to look at them. I know part of my vegetable affection is because I'm a dietitian, but I just look at vegetables and see color, shape, and low-calorie, vitamin packed goodnes! I have collected vegetable items for years. I have dishes, art, posters, jewelry, napking rings, linens, etc all adorned with vegetables. When I find myself in a new city, I always love to visit the local Farmer's Market and the grocery store and take pictures. I have more pictures of vegetables than family!I decided to create a veggie table to celebrate my favorite of all the food groups.
The featured plates are Lenox Contential Dining, which is very elegant, but very simple white with a platinum edge. The vegetable accent plates bring the party to the table. Our local Lenox outlet closed several years ago and I was fortunate enough to purchase 16 vegetables plates for less than $3.00/plate. I was also able to completely finish 19 place settings of my formal Lenox Maywood china for next to nothing. Gotta love a sale like that!
There are four different vegetable patterns for the accent plates. I paired them with plain white plates, rattan chargers, woven placemats, a simple gingham napkin, woven napkin rings, and Cambridge Flateware.My sweet friend Suzanne gave me the vegetable cannisters for Christmas several year ago.
The Fitz and Floyd candlesticks were found at TJ Maxx.
The runner is another Round Top, Tx find from Anna's shop. You can read about her HERE.
I have several sets of novelty vegetable salt and pepper shakers collected over the years.
Fitz and Floyd salt and pepper.
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