The days are gradually turning cooler here in the Carolinas.
Fall is in the air and I am loving it!
To celebrate my most beloved season, a simple intimate dinner for two awaits....
Large Glass Pedestal Piece ~ Yard Sale (Bargain of $5)
Ceramic Pumpkins & Potpourri Filler ~ Dollar Tree
Acorn "vine" ~ Big Lots (Several Years Ago)
Dinner & Salad Plate and Bowl ~ Tranquil Glen by Noritake (Everyday Wedding China)
Flatware ~ Forks & Spoon ~ Gorham (Passed down from FIL)
Knife ~ Wallace (Christmas Gift from Parents)
Green Goblets ~ Thrift Store Find
Monogrammed Napkins Butterfly Napkin Rings ~ eBay
Sugar and Creamer ~ Vintage Candlewick Glass (Gift from MIL)
Tall Candlesticks ~ Tiffany & Co.
Green Tablecloth ~ Big Lots
Burlap remnant ~ Walmart~~~
I don't have a picture, but would like to share a recipe that I tried over the summer for one of our gatherings. Everyone loved it, and would be perfect for the dinner above.
It is very simple and very quick, ...and very tasty!
2 cans apple pie filling
1 box yellow cake mix
2 cups pecans, chopped
1 stick butter, sliced thinly
Grease a baking dish and pour 2 cans of apple pie filling in it. Top with yellow cake mix and nuts. Thinly slice butter and lay on top. Bake at 325 for 45 minutes to 1 hour.
For more beautiful Tablescapes, please visit Susan, at Between Naps on the Porch.
And for more delicious recipes, visit Gollum tomorrow, for Foodie Friday.