I am like Cathy at Wives with Knives. In her last post she said how she bought so much produce at the market where she has her booth on Sat. and then has to cook them all!
I do that too, and I don’t like too many veggies. I can list them on one hand!
But I love going to the farm this time of year and bringing home the fresh veggies and fruit.
I got this pair of pear chargers a few years ago. They are wood.
Some pear candles for a simple centerpiece.Marked down after the holiday last year.
A pear side plate from Target, green flatware from Cmas Tree Shop.
Green napkin, Villeroy and Boch, in a black stemmed chunky glass .96 from the Pfaltzgraff clearance outlet store a few years ago. Sadly they closed all their stores., green placemat over yellow cloth.
I used clear glass plates as not to cover the pretty pears.
To go along with the theme…
Acorn squash, stuffed with pears, apples and nuts.
(Cut the squash in half, deseed, place cut side down in a baking pan with some water. Bake for 30 min, fill with the poached pear, apples, butter, cinnamon , brown sugar, s and p and nut mixture. Return to the oven and bake another 15 min Drizzle with pancake syrup if you like it sweeter.)
For dessert, a pear baked in puff pastry.
I drizzled some caramel sauce on after I took this pic.
A little table for the pair of us!
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Hey there’s a lively discussion about Blogger Etiquette going on over at In the Middle of Nowhere. Very interesting reading!
I am reposting this for Diann's Thrifty Tablescape Party.
Thanks to all the hostesses!