The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is one of the most talked-about shows on Amazon Prime. The witty humor, captivating fashion, and delicious food recipes have won over the hearts of many fans worldwide. I have loved this show!! As season 5 of the show is coming to an end, fans are eager to pay homage to the show and its characters by recreating some of their favorite recipes, especially the famous brisket recipe. In this blog post, I explore how to make The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel brisket recipe and I will be using the exact vintage Pyrex Pink Daisy 2.5 QT Casserole from my personal collection (just in time for the debut of season 5 on Friday, April 14) that Midge uses on the show.
And really quick, if you already saw episode 1 of Season 5, then the wait has been totally worth it right, Midge’s fashions and style are to die-for and all the fabulous vintage Pyrex and kitchenware is swoon worthy!!
Step 1: Gather the Ingredients
I am using the recipe that was posted on Twitter by @MaisalTV account
The first step in making the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel brisket recipe is to gather all the necessary ingredients. The best way to ensure the best taste is to use high-quality ingredients.
Welcome to a nostalgic adventure with my latest line of vintage kitsch greeting cards, these kitsch themed cards are perfect for modern memories and rafted to transport you to a bygone era while adding a unique touch to every occasion. My kitsch range features vintage Pyrex-inspired patterns to retro Halloween, Vintage Christmas, Mid-Century too, find the perfect card for your occasions.Visit the Crazy4Me Cards shop.
This eye-catching range includes delightful designs inspired by Pyrex patterns, eerie yet charming retro Halloween themes, vivid floral prints, and cheerful birthday greetings. Additionally, we offer a selection of heartwarming encouragement cards for those days when you or your loved ones need an extra boost of positivity.
With new designs introduced every week, my kitsch cards promise to be a continually expanding treasure trove of vintage-inspired cards for every occasion. Join us on this journey as we help you commemorate life’s special moments with a dash of retro enchantment.
Ready to explore the world of Kitsch Greetings? Visit the Crazy4Me kitsch card site and start your voyage through time today!
The ultra-rare and highly coveted rare Pyrex Lucky in Love piece sells for shocking $22,100!. Auctioned on eBay, this exceptional rare Pyrex Lucky in Love collectible achieved an astonishing price, capturing the attention of Pyrex enthusiasts worldwide. Immerse yourself in the captivating details of this exhilarating auction and unveil the reasons behind this piece’s extraordinary appeal.
On July 20, 2022, at 4:35PM the rarest piece of Pyrex in the world just became the most expensive piece of Pyrex in the world selling at auction on eBay for a record $22,100!! This particular auction had Pyrex collectors from around the world spellbound and in suspense as they were glued to the auction listing for one week watching the bids go up and up and up. There was chatter amongst collector groups of who the mystery bidders might be and guessing how high the winning bid could go.
This precious piece of Pyrex is called “Lucky in Love” and is a standard Cinderella Covered Casserole 473 Series 1 Quart. The pattern consists of green blades of grass, pretty pink hearts for love, and green four-leaf clovers for luck on a clean white background and together it stands for Lucky-in-Love. This pattern is so unimaginably rare that most collectors had never seen it before and only one or two pieces had ever been sold on the market. Many speculated if it was even a real piece that serious collectors refer to as a “Holy Grail: or “Unicorn”. Some even wondered if it was really created as a promotional piece in 1959 or just a myth. There are rumors that some folks that may have worked at the Corning factory in PA even said that this was prototype and perhaps 10 or 12 pieces were created that didn’t quite meet the factory standards as the grass blades bled through the hearts, so it was never released to the general public.
The eBay auction on July 20, 2022, is the reported third piece to come on the market. My internet research found that Country Living Magazine did an article on a piece that came up for auction in 2015 and sold for over $4,000, and the Goodwill of Western New York had a piece they auctioned in 2017 that sold for a reported $5,994 on the Goodwill auction site.
The Lucky in Love pattern is one of the most sought-after and hard-to-find designs, so it’s no wonder that this particular piece sold for such a shocking and impressive price. Be sure to keep your eyes open for unique pieces, as well as other pieces of rare Pyrex that are up for grabs in the market and save your pennies!
Embrace your passion for treasure hunting with our eye-catching Pyrex t-shirt, aptly named “Searching for Treasure”! Designed for avid flea market, estate sale, junking, thrifting, yard sales, picking, and antiquing enthusiasts, this tee boasts unique, exclusive artwork screen printed onto a cozy, ultra-soft fabric. Featuring vintage Pyrex starburst and snowflake patterns, Catherineholm Lotus, Lefton Bluebirds, and the cherished Holt Howard Pixieware jars, this t-shirt truly captures the thrill of unearthing hidden gems. Scoop up your t-shirt now at Crazy4MeStyle.com
Makes a great gift for the Pyrex and kitsch collector!!
Loving all these amazing vintage Purex, Jadite, Fireking and more vintage dishes and kitchenware in these beautiful vintage hoosier cabinets and hutches. We have a Danish Mid-Century cabinet in mind…. I’ll share pics soon!!
I could not resist popping into a little antique mall a couple minutes from my house. The antique shop was once a house that has been converted with all the walls removed so there are now maybe 25 dealer booths set up and it’s a nice little stop for me on the way to the post office or when leaving the post office as we are regularly dropping off eBay and Etsy sales that come in during the week. This little antique mall is a hit or miss for me….inventory does not rotate often but folks are so friendly and they always have tea, coffee and cookies out so its nice to stop in for a quick chat too. I didn’t leave with any purchases today but here area couple pics of some cute Lefton Angels, Vintage Pyrex, Norcrest Angels, Kitchen collectibles, Pottery, Antique sterling, Dinnerware and Needlepoint.