Macy's Spotlights Market Street

Mon. February 6, 2017 12:00 AM
by Jerry Nunn

Corelle dishware has been gracing our kitchens since the '70s and it still contains that flair. There have been more than 2,000 patterns designed since then and there are new products all the time.

At a recent event at Macy's one design really stood out with the Blue Adirondack. The pattern of a blue landscape seemed masculine and bold at the same time. The whole set shows how each plate should turned thanks to the design with a charger plate topping it all off.

This was part of the Market Street New York collection that captures the past with more desings such at the West End and the Gilded Woods.

There are also many surprising accessories to accompany the dishes such as a wooden salad bowl and serving spoods. It was very retro.

The frosted glass gave an interesting look to the table.

Corelle really got the creative juices cooking not only for dining in the home but a gay wedding that would tasteful and not over the top.

Macy's Culinary Council Award winning Chef Takashi Yagihashi made a great meal to accompany the dinnerware. His chicken is die for and made me want to run to the Slurping Turtle to try more of his cuisine.

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