Starting a new Radio Show

I'm gonna take a vacation from blogging for awhile. I'm starting a new "foodie" radio show and need to devote extra time to that project! I'll be back in a few weeks.

Come Back Tomorrow for Details!

I'll be posting all the details of the pink tablescapes tomorrow. We've had a great event ... tablescaping for the cure!

Just Created a Tablescapers Twibe

Hey, Tablescapers! I've created a Twibe just for us. Thought we might use it to share information quickly, when we find bargains or great ideas for our tables. This way, if I'm standing in a favorite shopping spot and see a great value, I can Tweet all of you ... and you can stop what you are doing, grab your checkbook and run right out and get whatever fabulous bargain I find. You can join the Twibe and do the same thing!

To join the Twibe, go to ...


http://www.twibes.com/group/tablescapers

Tablescape Thursday - Sunflowers Meet Pumpkins!

It's a busy week for me, so my sunflower posting will have to make you smile! We had a little wine and snacks over the weekend and this was the set up! I brought a few of my garden ornaments inside and worked them into the pumpkin/sunflower display on my kitchen shelves! Apples and caramel dip for Grandbaby ... but wine for me! I've also posted some pictures from one of the tables I set for the recent Women's Conference. I taught a workshop on tablescaping and party planning!

This is the week that Dick Gregory is coming to dinner ... with a couple hundred other people, so I've been busy making centerpieces. I stuffed faux pumpkins with silk flowers; attached smaller pumpkins and big sunflowers. You'll see pictures next week!

I've left photos up from last week's tablescape post. Maybe you didn't get a chance to look at all the posts last week ... I know I didn't! As always, special thanks to Susan at www.betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com for hosting our fun!

You're asking about the little cast iron skillets!

The little cast iron skillets in my one-potter post came from /www.castironcookware.com
They are 3 1/2 inches ... and sometimes used as ashtrays. The cast iron is the Lodge brand ... doesn't have to be seasoned before using. When I finish baking in them, I clean them with soap and water, then spray them with Pam, so they don't rust.

It's Fall! Time for One-Potters!

I'm happy to participate in our fall blog party. Special thanks to Southern Hospitality for hosting! Visit the party site to jump to other posts! I know fall has arrived, when my husband starts getting out the "big pots". He's the one-pot cook at our house. I'm happy to come home from work ... to this retired man's kitchen ... I am well fed!

A LA MODE WINTER 2018

A New Magazine!

You asked for it! A new series of online magazines to feed your creativity! You'll find good food and great ideas to entertain your family and friends! Hope you enjoy the tablescapes, ideas for celebrations, recipes and a pinch of food history!