Welcome & Stay a Little Longer!

Welcome to Slice of Pie! I'm glad you dropped by to visit. You'll find a variety of life styling ideas on my blog ... and lots of grand daughter pictures, too! Miss Phoebe is my best helper and we do lots of special things together. Make sure you take a look down my sidebar! Under the "You're Invited" icon you'll find picture links to dinner parties I've hosted. Under the "Good Food" icon, you'll find picture links to food posts I've done. I usually post a sidebar picture link to magazine articles I've written. You'll find something you like! Hope you enjoy and stay around for awhile!

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Somebody's Been in Gwamma's Hand Cream!

Here's Miss Phoebe ... She's been in the hand cream! Think she knows she used too much??

Thursday, June 24, 2010

My Newest Cookbook is Ready!

Autumn Affairs ... my newest cookbook is ready to be purchased. You'll love the themes, tablescapes, menus and recipes. Wait until you read about the person who got the first bite of my wedding cake! Visit my website to order your copy now. Just click through on the Slice of Pie icon on the left of this post.

Tablescape Thursday - Fourth of July

Here's a shot of last year's Fourth of July food! Scroll down to see a collage of the tablescape ... and click this picture to visit Between Naps on the Porch ... to see other great tablescapes!

Cling Peaches are Already Ripe!

Southern Illinois orchards are already selling the first round of fresh peaches! These are the ones that cling to the pit, so they are lots more work than the "cling free" ... but they sure are good! I had fresh cobbler at Flamm Orchard's Peaches and Cream stand yesterday ... and watched an old man bite into his first peach of the season. That look on his face said everything ... yum, yum!

Get Ready to Celebrate!

I love celebrating with red, white and blue! Here's a collage of our 2009 Fourth of July celebration. This year, I'm going "old" ... not GETTING OLD, going old-fashioned. I plan to use my Liberty Blue china and some special glassware to take us back to 1776!

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