You see, I am quite the fan of what we'll call "vintage cookware" (ugh) and have always wanted a set of casserole dishes. I could in theory make all types of meals with them. Plus, they remind me of my Polish side of the family's big potluck holiday dinners when I was a kid.
Almost everyone in my family had a few Snowflake patterned casserole dishes. But this last Etsy search introduced me to...
DUN DUN DUN
The PINK Gooseberry Cinderella Pyrex pattern.
(Yes yes I realize I am passionately telling you about a pattern of now-defunct casserole dishes.)
Look how cussin' cute these things are:
The pattern dates from the '50s (duh) and, since it's not rare, it's relatively cheap. BINGO.
So, looking at my kitchen:
-I have a KitchenAid in pistachio
-My Le Creuset color is Dijon [I fucking love that I have a Le Creuset color—but a Dutch oven and two baking dishes make it my color.]
-Future Pyrex pattern: GOOSEBERRY PINK