Pistoulet was actually created from a book called The Secrets of Pistoulet.
The story is about a seemingly magical farmhouse in France that transforms all the weary who come to visit into vibrant, refreshed travelers. It’s based on an experience that the author had while on a retreat to the French countryside. For the anniversary, Pfaltzgraff came out with 10 limited-edition serving pieces to accompany the collection.
So today, I am sharing rustic dining outdoors with Pfaltzgraff Pistoulet dinnerware with you, a chicken tortilla recipe, and
a giveaway for a set of your own gorgeous dishes.
Each plate is a different pattern. I love the scalloped edges and of course the fleur-de-lis is my favorite.
Every piece had me written all over it.
fruit border on the dipping bowls, or seasons, garnishes, whatever you would like to add.
I used mine for cilantro and cheese to go along with my soup.
The set comes with a Tureen which could feed a family of 20. It is just that large.
It also comes with pretty coffee cups, however, I used my pretty Fall mason jars I just made special for the occasion.
I was hoping to have more color change for this setting to share with you, but I am impatient and could not wait.
The leaves are starting to drop before they even turn color.
Not sure if you can notice, it started to drizzle while I was photographing my tablescape.
It did not last for long and it added to the French vibe.
I know you are hoping for this set to be yours too.
Simple entry when you get to the end.
First real fast, here is the most delicious Chicken tortilla soup you will ever have.
I of course made this recipe and served it in my new dinnerware.
Mason jar graphic from graphics fairy
Now onto the giveaway.
US residents only
Pflatzgraff is offering my readers a serving for 4 of your very own.
You can also find pfaltzgraff atBedbath and beyond
Don’t you just love this pattern and their warm colors?!