Welcome to Let's Dish #11, where we talk tablecloths and chat china!
I hope you all had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend and took time out to honor the fallen.
Sunday and Monday we enjoyed beautiful days at the beach with the gkids. Lots of fun!
I did a little table in honor of our soldiers, here.
Last year, Diann from Thrifty Grove sent me some adorable fun napkin rings.
I never got to use the Lady Bugs, so today was the day!
The dilemma was would I finish before the skies opened up!
I chanced it!
Black cloth, red charger from Pottery Barn Outlet after Cmas sale years ago.
Check plate, HG, square red plate, 1.00, Pfaltzgraff
Little red bowls from CTS
Polka dot napkins , I made them, and a red cotton one from PB Outlet.
Flatware is Cambridge.
Those Pier One birds are planning their dinner, they EAT ladybugs! :)
Centerpiece is roses from my garden in a red CTS lantern with some ribbon wrapped around it.
Votive holders from CTS too.
Black bottomed ribbed stems were from Pfaltzgraff Outlet.
The guest of honor! :)
Diann also sent me some other napkin rings including these I used on my BEE table. If you want to see more click HERE.
Thanks so much Diann!
A few months ago, the supermarket had a sale on whole boneless loins of pork, .99 a lb. I took several for the freezer/
Remove, rinse and place them in a bowl of cold water for 5 min. Remove and pat dry.
Season, dip in milk, dredge in a mixture of seasoned panko and flour.
Heat your oil and brown on both sides. Finish in the oven.
Bag of Poppies Pierrogi .99, serves 4 . Serve with carmelized onions. Brocc crown .99 a lb.
6 oz boneless pork chop .38
3 pierrogi and onions .30 serving of broccoli .20
You can throw in some applesauce for the chop, a dab of sour cream for the pierrogi and a glass of iced tea and and you are still close to a buck!
Easy, inexpensive , and delicious!
You gals are so good! Thanks for putting your blog name first, and you can add the name of your post , there's plenty of room.
Let's see what you have! Keep in mind that although we are done with Memorial Day you can get inspired from those posts for July 4th!
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