A wine and cheese supper is the theme for the table, set with grape dessert plates, I’ve had for several years and white dinner plates. The placemats are sea grass, from Marshall’s. I also used 50 cent flatware from the Oneida Outlet closing sale.
I baked a loaf of Pillsbury Crusty French Bread in my Pampered Chef Valtrompia Bread Tube. I sliced the flower shaped bread, spread it with melted butter and toasted it under the broiler. A white wine, Traminette, from Ste Genevieve Winery, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, was served with this delicious light meal.
I’m publishing my Tablescape Thursday and Foodie Friday contributions today, because we’ve planned a couple of days of exploring.
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