Welcome to Foodie Friday, where great food is always on the menu.
I've been battling tick bites and West Nile Virus, and Dr. House has put me on bed rest. Hopefully I'll
be on my feet soon. Until then, I'm sharing an old-but-cheerful tablescape.
Orange-Roasted Chicken (cooked over a mirepoix)
Sliced Tomatoes drizzled with low-carb honey dijon dressing
Low-Carb Finger sandwiches
Guilt-free angel food cake
coffee ~ sugar free iced tea
Hand-painted Italian pottery salad plates
Flatware and chargers: Horchow
Organdy napkin liners, tablecloth, and white pottery: Amazon
White, mismatched dishes can be bought all at once (see the Gollum Dishes,) or collected over time. Many dishaholics like myself do both! You can buy one large set of dishes and add pieces that you find at tag sales, etc. I found an inexpensive, gorgeous set of white Clairmont dishes in 2009 at Big Lots. They may still be available at Amazon.
For another look at mixing and matching dishes, check out "Dinner for Eight," or What to Do When Nothing Matches.
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