The day after Thanksgiving my son-in-law made potato cakes from the left over mashed potatos. Humm good but no onions so my mouth has been watering since, wanting to make my own. I went overboard on the potatoes because I was afraid John would eat too many potatoes and I wouldn't have any left to make the potato cakes. I'm still eating left over potato cakes. I'm calling them vintage because it has been years since I made them. I'm calling my cook stove vintage because it is. My cook stove is at least 28 years old and maybe older. Just to let you know how old it is, the color is tawny gold. I call it harvest gold but I think that was Montgomery Ward's color at that time and mine is a Kenmore (Sears). While I was cooking that big stack of potato cakes I had plenty of time to think and ponder. I was wondering if I am the only one who still cooks and washes and dryes clothes on a tawny gold appliance? I remembered the joyous day when I finally had all matching appliances but now I'm back to a white refrigerator because that is the only tawny gold appliance of mine that bit the dust and John doesn't understand the importance of having matching appliances. Thats what I get for taking up with a retired peanut farmer.