Resources.Information in this section has been supplied by the subject(s) of the editorial and is listed as it has been provided to Mississippi Magazine. Pieces that are part of private collections or are not available to the public are not mentioned. Some items listed are a designer's custom creation, antique, or are only available through the designer.
46 ELEGANT EGGS
ANTIQUE PORCELAIN JARS: Captain Kidd's Treasure House of Hat-tiesburg, 601.579.0207 and Dragon Court in Hattiesburg, 601.325.8866, www.dragoncourtdesigns.com; RIBBONS, STICKERS, GOLD CORDS, and EGGS: Hobby Lobby, www.hobbyiobby.com for locations; Michael's, www. michaelsxom and Fads and Frames of Pearl, 601.932.3663; BLEACHED WHITE CALIFORNIA BRANCH: T.J. Maxx, www.tjmaxx.com for locations; MILK GLASS: Forget Me Nots of Brandon, 60.824.9766; Antique Mall of the South of Ridgeland, 601.853.4000, www.anliquemaliofthcsouth.com; Repeat Street of Ridgeland, 601.605.9393, www.rcpeatstreet.net; and Magnolia Flea Market of Florence, 601.845.4645
62 SWEET PEA, APPLE OF MY EYE
Sweet Pea and Ricotta ri·cot·ta
1. A soft Italian cheese that resembles cottage cheese.
2. A similar soft cheese made in the United States. Bruschetta bruschetta
an Italian open sandwich of toasted bread topped with olive oil and tomatoes, olives, etc [Italian] : LARGE PLATTE!; in cobalt blue, Mccarty's Pottery of Merigold, www.mccartyspottery.com and Inside Out of Jackson, 601.366.5577; Sweet Pea and Spring Lettuce Salad: LARGE OC-TAGONAL BOWL AND SMALL PITCHER: in cobalt blue, McCarty's Pottery of Merigold and Inside Out of Jackson, 601.366.5577; Sweet Pea Soup with Broiled broil 1
v. broiled, broil·ing, broils
1. To cook by direct radiant heat, as over a grill or under an electric element.
2. To expose to great heat.
v. Salted Cream: GUMBO BOWL AND LARGE OLD FASHIONED BOWL: in cobalt blue, McCarty's Pottery and Inside Out of Jackson, 601366.5577; Sweet Peas with Roasted Wild Mushrooms and Tomatoes: PLATE AND CHARGER: The Everyday Gourmet, 60L977.9258 or www.theeverydaygourmet.com; Sweet Pea and Artichoke artichoke, name for two different plants of the family Asteraceae (aster family), both having edible parts. The French, or globe, artichoke (Cynara scolymus Lasagna: WHITE LASAGNA PAN: Target, www.Target.com; PLATE: Tlie Everyday Gourmet, www.theeverydaygonrmet.com
68 BUTTERFLY LUNCHEON
Formal Dining Table: CHINA: "Butterfly Meadow" by Lenox, T.J. Maxx, www.tjmaxx.com for store locations; STEMWARE stem·ware
Glassware mounted on a stem with a broad base. : Persnickety of Madison, 601.853.9595; FLATWARE: "Michangelo" by Oneida, Belk, www.beik. com and Dillard's, www.dillards.com; Breakfast Table: CHINA: (vintage) "Lyda" by Dolomite dolomite (dō`ləmīt', dŏl`ə–).
1 Mineral, calcium magnesium carbonate, CaMg (CO3)2. , Pier One, www.peirl.com; STEMWARE: Belk, www.belk.com for store locations; FLATWARE: "Louisiana" by Oneida, Belk, www.belk.com and Dillard's, www.dillards.com; Sunroom Table: CHINA (vintage): "Homecraft" by Noritake, Dillard's, www.dillards.com; STEMWARE: Dillard's, www.dillards.com; NAPKINS: Batte Furniture and Interiors of Jackson, www.battefurniture.com and Tlie Early Settler of Jackson, 601.366.3715. VINTAGE-INSPIRED, FLORAL-PATTERNED PAPER BUTTERFLIES: Hobby Lobby, www.hobbylobby.com for locations; GOLD BUTTERFLY PLATES: Forget Me Nots of Brandon, 60.824.9766; BUTTERFLIES, RIBBONS, and MENU STAMP: Michael's, www.michaels. com; Hobby Lobby, www.hobbylobby.com; Fads and Frames of Pearl, 601.362.3663; BUTTERFLY COOKIE CUTTERS: Create A Cake of Flo-wood, 601.992.2253; BUTTERFLY CAGES: The Olive Branch of Clinton, 601.924.7684, www.theobranch.com; Antique Mall of the South of Ridge-land, 601.853.4000, www.antiquemallofthesouth.com