Friday, July 10, 2009

A SHOW-N-TELL TREASURE



Welcome to show-n-tell Friday,be sure to visit our host Kelli & all the other wonderful participants over at http://kellishouse.blogspot.com/


Yesterday we went to one of our local Antique shops before hubby had to go to work, getting outta the house for a bit was long over due for me LOL & there it was among a lot more I need to go back for LoL but time was pending, as I stood there looking up over my head, he comes around the corner & ask "what you doing" get me that I reply trying my best to reach for it LOL, usually things out of reach are outta $$$ range ohh I couldn't look at the tag, I turn it over & look away as I ask what's it say, he laughs &says do you want it, I say yes but what's it say




wellllll here is what it says LOL


6 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

Ohhhhhhhh, I so remember my grandmother cooking with lard. The smell, texture and taste was deplorable!!

My Show n Tell is posted too, I sure hope you can stop by for a visit....if you have time?

Happy Friday.

Boo-Bah said...

My mama made biscuits with the lard from bacon. Actually I liked the flavor. Mostly I remember during World War II My Mama would take in our lard to the butcher shop and she would get a little money for it.

Thank you for stopping by my blog.

Iris

Leann said...

Too funny! I found an old tin that had our last name on it and I was sold immediately before I even saw the price.

Enjoy!
Leann

abnsigoslady said...

Hey Nanna! Thanks for sharing. I Laura@ the mansion

Picket said...

Oh sister...lordy..makes me think of when mama had two big old lard cans she used for flour and meal...ohhh where is my hankie!!!! lol

Mrs.T said...

Nice find! We used to use lard pails for buckets when picking blueberries. The handle slides on one's belt to leave both hands free for picking berries.

Thanks for sharing and for stopping by my kitchen table.

God bless,
Mrs.T