Mary, over at Little Red House, commented this past week that she brought spring into her house by searching the cabinets and cupboards for her “flowers.” She has so many wonderful vintage dishes that she shared. One was a Homer Laughlin plate with a gold edge and flowers in the middle. It immediately got my attention and I was sure I had something very similar so off to my own old pie safe I went. Sure enough my memory had not failed me. I have a platter with almost the identical edge, but without the flowers in the middle. It belonged to my Grandma. When she passed away I was lucky enough to acquire a few special pieces. If we went to my Grandparents house on Sunday for dinner, or any other day for that matter, the dinner was always the same – fried chicken, pinto beans, and biscuits – a truly country dinner. The chicken was served on this platter. It is stamped Keystone and Canonsburg Pottery Company. It is worn and even stained. This particular platter isn’t valuable in the collection sense; but it is priceless as far as memories go. A special thanks to Mary for jogging my memory of Sunday dinner at Grandma’s.