Category: Dishes

Hopping Down the Bunny Trail Table + Spring Blooming Centerpiece

I’m hopping down the bunny trail with a table for Easter, with bunnies, eggs and a spring blooming centerpiece! Green and white toile bunny plates are layered on cabbage leaf plates atop carved white chargers, and moss bunnies hopped to the table to join a centerpiece of spring blooms.  Daffodils are the harbingers of spring and…

Valentine’s Day Round Up: 14+ Sweets, Treats and Table Inspiration

 Valentine’s Day is a week away and I have a round-up of recipes and table inspiration to make your celebration extra sweet! Click on the links below the photo for the full recipe and have a taste! Note: All recipes have a printable recipe link so they print without photos. Look for the link at the bottom of each post.  Valentine’s Day…

How the Tables Turned: 2016 Year in Review

Happy New Year! Thank you for all your visits, comments, shares and Pins in 2016! Here’s look back at how the tables turned in 2016, with highlights from the months, seasons and holidays. Click on the links for complete full posts, sources and more tabletop inspiration. A Winter Woodland Table Tree slice chargers, beaded snowflake napkin rings, pine cone filled…

A Tartan Happy Owl-idays Table

I hope you had a Merry Christmas and are enjoying the holidays with your family and loved ones! We’re enjoying the glow and twinkle of the Christmas tree lights through New Year’s Day, so I set a table by the tree for some holiday dining. An appliqued and embroidered owl runner provided the inspiration for this Happy Owl-idays table, layered…

Novel Bakers: Christmas All Through The South and a Christmas Tree Tailgate Picnic

I’m joining The Novel Bakers with Southern Living Christmas All Through The South: Joyful Memories, Timeless Moments, Enduring Traditions Christmas All Through the South captures and celebrates the quintessential experience of Christmas in the South. Presented as a timeline of the Christmas season, each event depicted tells a highly visual story of local Southern traditions and…

Chalkboard Runner and Plaid Tidings in the Potting Shed

How was your weekend? Were you busy decking the halls? I’ve been slowly adding some Christmas greens around the Potting Shed, working my way around the outside, cleaning up leaves and neglected pots of frost-nipped annuals, replacing with boughs of cedar, pine and cypress. We had some much-need rain over the weekend, so I took a little…