Anyway, I wanted to post how using a divided casserole dish has made preparing dinners a lot easier. My husband, David, and I are on two different eating plans. I follow a low carb way of eating while he does more of a weight watchers plan. This has made planning dinner quiet a chore.
With the divided casserole dishes, I can, at least serve dinner in style. I just put his meal on one side and mine, without the rice, pasta, potatoes, or other carbs, in the other side. If you would like to read more about these particular dishes, please visit my blog, Ramblings from a Girlie Girl Housewife.
|the lid does not go with this...but it works, ok, for now.|
I bought the white mixing bowl, along with a larger one, at an estate sale for 4 dollars. I believe it used to be a color but all came off with poor care. I liked it white, it matches me pieces better, so I bought it and the larger one. The larger one had a few spots of color on it and there were a few bowls in different sizes that were completly colored, that is what brings me to the conclution these used to be a color, as well. I think they are part of the primary color mixing bowl set, after digging around a bit. Now I wish I picked the other bowls up, as well.
I bought the casserole from an antique mall for 4 dollars, too, I think. I know it was very inexpensive. The lid came from a thrift store, I thought it would fit. How do you go about finding the lids that fit? Are they numbered the same as the bowls? I see lids all the time at thrift stores but hate to make mistakes about fit.
I really enjoy this blog and am excited about part 2, as well.