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Onnie's Attic suggests quick Chilaquiles for a Cinco de Mayo Feast!

Who doesn't love an excuse for Mexican food and a margarita! Too bad that Cinco de Mayo falls on a Monday just as you're getting back into the swing of the week. But, no worries, here's a quick Chilaquiles recipe made easy with a rotisserie chicken shortcut.

Shopping list -

  • Rotisserie chicken
  • Fresh cilantro
  • Tortilla chips
  • 28 oz can peeled tomatoes,
  • 2 cans of chipotle chilies in adobo
  • Sour cream
  • Queso fresco, feta or similar
  • Chop several cloves of garlic and saute in oil over medium heat just until fragrant. Add the tomatoes and their juices, the chipotles finely chopped, one tablespoon of the adobo sauce and a cup of water. Bring to a boil and simmer until thickened.

    While the sauce is thickening, shred the chicken and place tortilla chips in shallow soup bowls. Once the sauce has thickened, add the shredded chicken and stir until all the ingredients are hot. Add chopped fresh cilantro and mix, pour the mixture over the tortilla chips. Garnish with chess and sour cream or place them on the table for self service.

    Almost forgot, raise a margarita in toast and enjoy!

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

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    Until next time, all the best!
    Onnie, Owner,
    Onnie's Attic (onniesattic)

      
    PRL Collection of EAPG Goblets and More

    Do you love EAPG or Early American Pattern Glass? One of the estates we represent has a lovely and varied collection of EAPG, mostly goblets. This page is intended to delight and educate you about pattern glass, its makers and many forms and patterns. We will continue to add pictures and information along the way. So come along and enjoy with us examples of the diminishing supply of beautiful antique glass.

    We welcome corrections and additional information. You will find our Onnie's Favorite EAPG Reference Books

    Richards and Hartley Late Block Punch Bowl Set
    EAPG Richards and Hartley Late Block Punch Bowl Set

    Pattern Names: Late Block
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Richards and Hartley, 1888
    Punch Bowl Size in Inches: 13.5 diameter x 7 tall
    Underplate Size in Inches: 20.5 diameter
    Description: Spectacular, heavy and high quality crystal. Both the punch bowl and underplot have pretty scalloped edges.


    Pattern Names: Daisy and Button
    Color: Blue
    Maker and Year: Many different makers
    Height: 6.25 inches or 16.5 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.25 inches or 8.2 centimeters


    Pattern Names: Coin and Dewdrop or Dew drop and coin
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Unknown maker, 1880s
    Height: Coin and Dewdrop or Dew drop and coin
    Widest Diameter: 3 inches or 7.6 centimeters


    Pattern Names: Beaded Grape Medallion
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Boston Silver Glass Company, late 1860's
    Height: 5.75 inches or 14.6 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.25 inches or 8.2 centimeters
    Description: This goblet has three repeats of a cluster of grapes inside a clear beaded oval medallion. The medallion is set within a background of stippling. The panels are divided by a column of clear glass. The goblet has a nine sided stem. The foot is decorated with three clear beaded medallions on a stippled background.


    Pattern Names: Cornucopia, Three Fruits, Currant & Strawberry
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton, 1885
    Height: 6.375 inches or 16 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.25 inches or 8.2 centimeters

    EAPG Barberry or Pepper Berry Goblet
    EAPG Oval Barberry or Pepper Berry Goblet

    Pattern Names: Barberry or Pepper Berry
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Sandwich & Boston or McKee Brothers
    Height: 5.875 inches or 14.8 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.125 inches or 7.9 centimeters


    Pattern Names: Fuchsia or Stippled Fuchsia
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Unknown maker, 1870s
    Height: 5.5 inches or 13.7 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.25 inches or 8.2 centimeters


    Pattern Names: Stippled Starflower Band or Banded Stippled Star Flower
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Unknown maker, 1870s or 1880s
    Height: 5.625 inches or 14.2 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.25 inches or 8.2 centimeters

    EAPG Paneled Sagebrush Goblet
    EAPG Paneled Sagebrush Goblet

    Pattern Names: Paneled Sagebrush, Panelled Sage Brush
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Iowa City Flint Glass, 1882
    Height: 5.875 inches or 14.9 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.25 inches or 8.3 centimeters


    Pattern Names: Medallion, Spades, Hearts and Spades
    Color: Apple green
    Maker and Year: 1870s
    Height: 6.375 inches or 16.2 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: 3.375 inches or 8.6 centimeters
    Description:This apple green goblet features a large medallion on two sides.

    EAPG Cabbage Rose Goblet 1860s
    Cabbage Rose Goblet

    Pattern Names: Cabbage Rose, No. 140
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Central Glass, Wheeling, WV, 1860s or 1870s
    Height: 5.75" or 14.6cm
    Widest Diameter: 3.25" or 8.3cm



    Pattern Names: New Pressed Leaf or Pressed Leaf
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: McKee Brothers, 1868
    Height: 5.625" or 14.2cm
    Widest Diameter: 3.1875" or 8.1cm
    Description:This goblet has six large raised oak leaves which are stippled and veined on a plain background. The nine sided stem descends to a plain foot.


    Bleeding Heart Goblet with Knob Stem
    Bleeding Heart Goblet with Knob Stem

    Pattern Names: Bleeding Heart, Floral or King Glass No. 85 pattern
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: King Glass or US Glass, 1870s
    Height: 5.75" or 14.6cm
    Widest Diameter: 3" or 7.6cm



    Pattern Names: Dahlia or Stippled Dahlia
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Canton Glass or Co-Operative Flint Glass, 1880's
    Height: 5 9/16" or 14cm
    Widest Diameter: 3" or 7.7cm

    EAPG Rose in Snow Goblet Colorless Bryce Brothers 1890s
    Rose in Snow or Bryce Brothers #125

    Pattern Names: Rose in Snow or Bryce Brothers #125
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Bryce Brothers, 1880's
    Height: 5 11/16" or 14.4 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 3/16" or 8.1 cm

    Amber EAPG Goblet Daisy & Button Thumbprint Panels Adams & Co ca 1886

    Pattern Names: Daisy & Button with Thumbprint, Daisy & Button with Thumbprint Panels, Adams No. 86
    Color: Amber
    Maker and Year: Adams & Co., 1886
    Height: 6 1/16" or 15.4cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 3/16" or 8.1cm
    Description:Four panels of daisy and button are separated by thin clear panels with thumbprints. The daisy and button panels are arched at the top. The stem has two ball-like knobs, the upper one larger than the lower one. The lower ball has tiny thumbprints which are very hard to see in our photo. Reproductions of this pattern do not have the thumbprints on the lower ball. The foot is also decorated.

    Deer and Doe aka Deer and Pine Tree Goblet by McKee or Belmont Glass
    Deer and Doe aka Deer and Pine Tree Goblet by McKee or Belmont Glass

    Pattern Names: Deer and Doe or Deer and Pine Tree
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Belmont or McKee Glass, 1870's or 1880's
    Height: 6 5/8" or 16.8cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 3/8" or 8.6cm

    EAPG Flute with Fine Pleat Band Goblet 1860s or 1880s
    Flute with Fine Pleat Band


    Pattern Names: Flute with Fine Pleat Band
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Flute with Fine Pleat Band Goblet
    Height: 5 3/4" or 14.5 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 7/16" or 8.7 cm

    EAPG Singing Birds or 
 and Apple Blossom Goblet by Northwood Glass
    Singing Birds or Thrush and Apple Blossom Goblet

    Pattern Names: Singing Birds or Thrush and Apple Blossom
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Northwood circa 1900 (goblet's bowl has N mark)
    Height: 6 1/8" or 15.6 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 3/4" or 9.5 cm

    Duncan Glass Ellmore or Paneled Daisy Berry Bowls or Sauce Dishes

    Pattern Names: Paneled Daisy and Button or Ellmore
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: George Duncan & Sons, 1880
    Height: 1 3/8" or 3.5cm
    Widest Diameter: 5 3/8" or 13.7cm
    Description: Each bowl has four rounded petals and four pointed petals in sets of two which are divided by a clear panel. Hence, Ellmore's other name is Daisy and Button Paneled.

    Paneled or Canadian Thistle Goblet by Higbee Glass

    Pattern Names: Canadian Thistle or Paneled Thistle or Delta
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Higbee Glass, 1890's
    Height: 5 1/2" or 14cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 1/8" or 7.9cm
    Description: A bright and pretty goblet with flared lip, it has an intricate thistle panel alternating with a rayed ornament which repeats three times. They appear on arched panels that are deeply inset with a heavily raised border separating them. The panels continue down the stem and continue to be heavily raised above the rayed foot.

    Pink Cased Bulging Three Petal Condiment Set Consolidated Glass circa 1895

    Pattern Names: Pink Cased Glass Bulging Three Petal
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Consolidated Lamp & Glass Company about 1895
    Height: 7 1/4"
    Widest Diameter: 6 1/8"
    Description: A pretty pink cased glass castor set in the Bulging Three Petal pattern by Consolidated Lamp & Glass Company is a very Victorian piece. The set consists of salt and pepper shakers and a mustard pot on a very pretty base and dates to about 1895. Did you know that cased glass is created by fusing a layer of clear glass over a layer of opalware or other tinted glass?

    EAPG Cardinal Bird aka Blue Jay Goblet Ohio Flint Glass 1870's
    Cardinal or Blue Jay Goblet

    Pattern Names: Cardinal, Cardinal Bird, Blue Jay
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Ohio Flint Glass, 1870's
    Height: 6" or 15.2cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 1/16" or 7.8cm

    EAPG Beaded Tulip or Andes Goblet by McKee Glass circa 1894

    Pattern Names: Beaded Tulip or Andes
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: McKee Glass, 1894
    Height: 6" or 15.2cm
    Widest Diameter: 3" or 7.6cm
    Description: Three repeats of a tulip pattern alternate with a petal pattern on this pretty goblet. Ruth Webb Lee renamed it Beaded Tulip and it looks almost jewel-like. The goblet's faceted stem narrows as it descends to the foot. Intricate knobs act as spaces at the top and bottom of the stem, enhancing the jewel-like effect.



    Pattern Names: Paneled Forget-Me-Not or Regal
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Bryce Brothers, 1870's
    Height: 5 7/8" or 14.9 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 1/8" or 7.9 cm
    Description
    : Rectangular panels of sweet forget-me-not flowers are set on a stippled background alternate with clear and diamond panels. There are narrow decorative bands above and below these panels.

    Clear or Colorless Moon and Star Sugar Shaker Muffineer aka Palace with Period Lid
    Clear or Colorless Moon and Star Sugar Shaker Muffineer aka Palace with Period Lid

    Pattern Names: Moon and Star, Palace, Moon and Punty, Bull's Eye and Star
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: possibly L.E. Smith, we think this is older than the L.G. Wright reproductions based on the period lid. We know that Adams & Co. made this pattern as early as 1889.
    Height: 4 3/8" or 11.1 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 3/8" or 8.6 cm
    Description
    : Did you know that some people call these muffineers? Moon and Star is one of the best known and loved of old patterns. Around the base of the shaker are a series of raised circular discs impressed at the center with a star for which the pattern is named.

    Stippled Dahlia Pedestal Cake Stand Canton Glass 1880's
    Stippled Dahlia Cake Stand

    Pattern Names: Dahlia or Stippled Dahlia
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Canton Glass, 1880's
    Height: 6 1/4" or 15.9cm
    Widest Diameter: 9 3/8" or 23.8cm

    Nova Scotia Raspberry & Shield 1880s Trenton Glass
    Raspberry and Shield Goblet

    Pattern Names: Nova Scotia Raspberry & Shield
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Trenton Glass Company, Ontario, Canada, 1880's
    Height: 6 1/8" or 15.6cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 1/8" or 7.9cm

    Loop & Dart with Round Ornament or Loop & Jewel Portland Glass 1869
    Loop and Dart with Round Ornament

    Pattern Names: Loop and Dart with Round Ornament, Loop and Jewel
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Portland Glass, 1869, patent by William O. Davis
    Height: 5 13/16" or 14.8 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 5/6" or 9.7 cm

    CF Monroe Apple Blossoms Decorated Wavecrest Biscuit Jar and Ven Bergh Silver Lid

    Pattern Names:
    Color: Satin opal ware with hand painted enamel accents
    Maker and Year: Unmarked Wavecrest decorated by C.F. Monroe Company, likely 1890 to 1910
    Height: 8.25" to top of finial or 10.75" to handle; 21 cm to top of finial or 27.3 cm to handle
    Widest Diameter: 5.75" or 14.6cm
    Description: Pleasingly shaped unmarked satin opalware Wavecrest biscuit jar or barrel decorated with apple blossoms and hand painted enamel accents dates to late 19th or early 20th Century. Original Van Bergh Silver Company quadruple plate lid and floral beaded bale handle add to the beauty of this biscuit jar.

    EAPG Shrine or Orient or Jewel with Moon and Star Goblet Cooperative Glass 1880s

    Pattern Names: Shrine, Orient, Jewel with Moon & Star or Jeweled Moon & Star
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Cooperative Flint Glass or Beatty Brady, 1870's
    Height: 4 1/4" or 10.8cm
    Widest Diameter: 4 5/8" or 11.7cm
    Description: This compote has six repeats of a jeweled or raised bead pattern of a crescent moon over a star on a lightly stippled background alternating with a clear panel with a jeweled teardrop. Heavily raised beads divide the panels. The pattern continues down the stem and foot.

    Cabbage Rose Footed Open Sugar Bowl
    Cabbage Rose Footed Open Sugar Bowl

    Pattern Names: Cabbage Rose, No. 140
    Color: Clear or Colorless
    Maker and Year: Central Glass, 1860's or 1870's
    Height: 4 5/8" or 11.7 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 7/8" or 9.8 cm

    Northwood Alaska EAPG Vaseline Opalescent Creamer and Covered Sugar
    Northwood Alaska Vaseline Opalescent Creamer and Sugar

    Pattern Names: Alaska or Lion's Leg
    Color: Opalescent vaseline glass
    Maker and Year: Northwood Glass Company, circa 1897
    Height: Creamer 6 1/4", Sugar Bowl 5 1/2" with lid

    EAPG Paneled
Apple Blossom Goblet circa 1880's
    Paneled Apple Blossom Goblet

    Pattern Names: Paneled Apple Blossom
    Color: Clear or colorless
    Maker and Year: Unknown maker but shown in Metz, Alice Hulett. Early American Pattern Glass. South Orleans, Massachussetts, pages 60 and 61.
    Height: 5.5 inches or 14 centimeters
    Widest Diameter: approximately 3.25 inches or 8.1 centimeters

    EAPG Campbell Jones & Co
Currant Goblet 1870's with Cable Cord Pattern Glass
    Currant with Cable Cord Goblet

    Pattern Name: Currant
    Color: Clear
    Maker and Year: 1871, Campbell, Jones & Co.
    Height: 5 3/8" or 13.7 cm

    EAPG Keystone Grape Goblet
1880's Unknown Maker
    Keystone Grape Goblet

    Pattern Names: Keystone Grape
    Color: Clear
    Maker and Year: 1870's or 1880's 
    Height: 6 1/8" or 15.6 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 1/4" or 8.3 cm

    EAPG Bleeding Heart
Buttermilk Goblet or Open Sugar King Glass Co.
1870's

    Pattern Names: Bleeding Heart, Floral Ware or No. 85 Pattern (King Glass)
    Color: Clear
    Maker and Year: Circa 1875 King, Son & Co. and the King Glass Company. 
    Height: 4 1/2" or 11.4 cm
    Widest Diameter: 3 15/16" or 10 cm

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