Friday, March 15, 2013

FABBY: St. Patty's Sunday Lunch for Two

Hello sweet friends!

Hope you're all enjoying this wonderful St. Patrick's Sunday the 17 of I am because of our new head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francisco, from Argentina, South America. May God bless him so he could help all the countries in the world to go back to the original values, our Lord Jesus Christ taught us to live by.
This is a small table for our Sunday lunch I did TODAY, although I sent a draft by mistake last Friday; but today is the real post, with our lunch, lol.. I am using the dinner plateswith the shamrocks now, since my last table for St. Patrick's, was a "tea table", not a dinner table. Have a blessed St. Patrick's Sunday, to you all and your families.

Here is the dinner plate with the shamrocks, paired with my other china, green and white soup bowls, both designed and made at our former Ceramic Co.- Monte Turi.

The soup recipe is at the end of this post, if you wish.

The soup we're having is Creme of Broccoli, garnished with hard boiled egg slices. I prepared it cause it's green, and of course it also goes well with this green-month of St. Pat's..j

If you've been following me, you will remember I did a post on all my after C'mas sale finds and I got this very green chargers, I really like, as they're perfect for the holidays too.

The small bowls are for fresh fruit and yogurt dessert.
I'm so in love with my vintage French Opaline flower vase, as is one of the three gorgeous gifts hubby gave me on our last 38th. Anniversary. I was lucky cause he let me choose them too...and I'm also blessed that "he liked what I chose,"..hihihihiii...

The day is getting dark, as it looks like a very needed rain is coming.
We decided to watch a movie after lunch, so we'll be having dessert in the family room with tea and a  piece of Pineapple Pie.

The pie looks good!

Hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Thank you so much for the wonderful comments you leave me, as you always make my day!

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Cream of Broccoli

1 1/2 cups broccoli
1/2 medium onion
1 teaspoon fresh mashed garlic
1 medium potato
1/2 cup milk
salt and pepper to taste
2 Tablespoons oil
4 cups water, more if you need to.

In a pot put the oil, the chopped onion, garlic, salt and pepper. Cook until onions are clear. Add  the water and boil and put the potato cut in cubes and cook the potato. When potato is done add the broccoli and cook for 10 minutes more. Lastly add the milk and cook for 5 minutes at low flame. Let it cool and blend in your blender until is creamed. Check the salt if needed. Garnish with slices of hard boil egg, like I did, crutons, or whatever you desire. Yield 4 servings.

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Mary said...

What a beautiful table you've set. It is perfect for the holiday. I hope you have a wonderful celebration. Blessings...Mary

Stacy Curran said...

Beautiful and that soup looks delicious!

Chubby Chieque said...

So nice to see you and DH having time together.

The soup looks yummy and as a sugar addict, I drool for that pina-pie. Hmmm...

Hope you have had a great w/end. Me & GH had a great one with my cousins around honouring the memory day of my late Dad.

GB to all...


Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

What beautiful green dishes on your table! And that wonderful view! Glad to see you are enjoying a beautiful St. Patrick's Day! Thanks for your sweet comment!

On Crooked Creek said...

Happy Saint Patrick's Day, dear friend!!! Your soup looks delicious and pineapple pie sounds divine!!!

Ruth Kelly said...

I've never thought about garnishing soup with egg and never had a pineapple pie. I need to try them out.

Designs By Pinky said...

Fabby, your dishes are beautiful!! I love the ones with the shamrocks. The soup sounds so good and the pie looks fabulous!!! I hope you enjoyed the movie . XO, Pinky

Cindy said...

Your table looks fabulous, I love the green chargers and all the gorgeous dishes!
Happy St Patty's Day!
Hugs, Cindy

Cristina Garay said...

I hope you're having a great St. Patrick's day dear Fabby! The pretty china looks terrific on those chargers! As you know I always love to come and see those beautiful items you have under you sleeve :)
The food: delicious! Broccoli soup and Pineapple pie hmmm hmmm!

Sonia said...

Your table is wonderful and that broccoli soup looks delicious! Love your view and all your decorations!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Miss Bloomers

Micupoftea~ said...

Hello Fabby~ What a welcoming table and inspiring view! Perfect for a luncheon for two. The pie looks delicious and the tea set up in the basket is charming. I'd love to join you and chat about Pope Francis :)
Happy St Patrick's Day~

Alycia Nichols said...

Hi there, Fabby! You set a pretty table and I'm glad you are enjoying your 1st St. Patrick's Day with our new Pope! I have never eaten hard boiled eggs on top of soup like that. I will give it a try. I've never had pineapple pie, either. I think I must lead a very sheltered life! :-) Have a good week, dear one!

Diane Writes said...

Refreshingly green! I love everything Fabby!! The table arrangment looks very inviting and I'm sure the food served exceedingly complemented. By the way, your table provides a nice view of your surroundings.

Thank you for linking up. See you again next Sunday.

Have a great week!

xinex said...

Everything looks beautiful, Fabby. Love those plates and the view is spectacular...Christine

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your table is very pretty Fabby! How fun to add the eggs to the soup, that's new to me. Is that meringue on top of your pineapple pie? Ma always wanted to try that. Have a great week:@)

Marina said...

Lunch looks great :) Yum!

Anonymous said...

That looks so wonderful and cozy. The soup and pie look so delicious !! I hope you had a wonderful time watching the movie.

Regina said...

Truly fabulous!

Have a great week.


Antiques And Teacups said...

Such a nice setting. I love the soup with the egg garnish. And the pineapple pie looks wonderful Thanks for sharing and linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I love your plates and bowls together. They are so pretty! Soup and pineapple pie....yummy combination! Both look and sound delicious.

I tried a mango key lime pie over the weekend, and it was very good!


Snap said...

Fabby, lovely St. Paddy's day lunch. Your table is always so pretty. I do like your green plates. The soup looks delicious and the pie ... Oh, My! :D Happy Tea Day!

Pamela Gordon said...

It looks lovely Fabby. I hope you had a great St. Patrick's Day. The pie looks delicious. Happy Spring to you! Pamela

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

It's a lovely table. The soup looks yummy, you should share the recipe!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a wonderful table, Fabby! Your dishes are perfect for the occasion and your soup looks yum. I love cream of broccoli soup! The pineapple pie looks delish too. Thank you for sharing and coming to tea. Happy Spring!


Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Thanks for adding the recipe. I'll try this as soon as brocoli is in season in Brittany!

Lavender Cottage said...

Your vase is gorgeous, a gift to treasure for sure. I like the view from your window.

Laurie Ritchey said...

Oh Fabby, you always have the most beautiful dishes. This setting is gorgeous. The soup and pie sound good too. laurie

Pattie T. said...

As always, your place setting is so beautifully eye catching. The soup looks yummy - I love the idea of floating the sliced eggs - and you certainly have a well-stocked bar!

Anonymous said...

those green and white bowls are stunning Fabby! Love how you've mixed the patterns to. A cozy table for 2 topped off with pineapple pie, I think I would nap during the movie!

Miss Angie said...

What a pretty layout! And that recipe sounds so good!


Happy St. Joseph's Day to every Joseph. My father always celebrated his St's day..he's name was Jose, or Joseph.

Bernideen said...

Great recipe and fabulous table setting Fabby! You always do such a great presentation!

Johanna said...

Hi Fabby,
your St. patricks dinner looks wonderful. You are so clever to garnish the soup with an egg shamrock. All looks wonderful. Thank you for sharing this pretty table and for your visit and the sweet comment.
Best greetings, Johanna

Entertaining Women said...

Love the soup bowls. They remind me of some design work that I have done on clay pieces that I hand built. Wish we could have a "play day" and get our hands into clay and underglazes! We could use my kiln. Did you keep a kiln for your personal use? Thanks for the recipe. Cherry Kay

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Soup recipe sounds good! I've always loved those goblets with the green stems. Those caught my eye right away!

Michelle said...

What a lovely St Paddy's day table you've set! Your china pieces are so pretty. I love the color of the green chargers. I've never had pineapple pie, but it looks so delicious! Happy Spring! ~Michelle

Jolene said...

Oh, how beautiful I love the table setting, how perfect. Thanks for the recipe.

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Oh my Fabby.. this looks yummy. I have to try that pie. Beautiful setting too.

Terri said...

Hello Fabby,
Your post today is so lovely. I can hear your joy in setting such a table in your post. And it really is a fab holiday table. Those new green chargers came in handy! I think it all looks wonderful together. Your new vase is gorgeous!

Donna Wilkes said...

Fabby, I always love to come over to see how you use your treasures. The soup looks delicious! Such a festive table.

Tricia said...

Fabby, that soup looks amazing! I hadn't thought about the sliced egg garnish, but it looks so pretty -- and is delicious, I'm sure! What a beautiful table you set!

Diane Jordan said...

Hi lovely lady.
I hope you had a great St. Patrick's day dear Fabby! Your pretty china looks terrific on those chargers! As you know I always love to come and see those beautiful Tablescapes you always put together for us.
The food looks delicious! Broccoli soup and Pineapple pie I will be right over. Hoping you have a wonderful week with your family, and thanks so much for your sweet comments on my new post.
XXOO Diane

‚Ą≥artina @ Northern Nesting said...

Fabby your table looks so pretty, your dishes are beautiful! That pineapple pie sounded real yummy too!

Crystal Grandeur said...

Such a pretty scape..everything looks so lovely...:):)

Magnolia Cottage said...

Hi Fabby,
Your table setting looks gorgeous! I love your beautiful green chargers and floral china. Cream of broccoli soup is one of my favorites! I made cream of cauliflower & cheese this week. yumm. Your pie looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Well then! What a fantastic St. Patrick's Day lunch setting. The dishes are fantastic! The soup sounds so wonderful - I bet my daughter would love it! I do appreciate you sharing with A Return to Loveliness,