Next challenge, June 20th!
Theme is ...At The Beach
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Another rainy day here in NY, so the pics are a bit dark.
This beautiful green tablecloth with banded edge is from WSonoma Outlet. I waited till they marked them way down a day before Easter. They were disappearing quickly!
I used green and white hosta leaves, white azaleas, lily of the valley, and another white flower from a neighbor's shrub in a white pitcher for the centerpiece.
I placed it on a square green and white toile like plate.
My neighbor let me cut some to try and root, but he, nor the few nurseries I took it took it to know what it is.
White charger from Noritake, white square plate from CTS, Green dinner from Reading glass, .98, thank you Alma!
Green leaf plate from WS Outlet, at the same sale.
The napkin matches the cloth, and the pretty green beaded napkin ring is from CTS. I tucked some Lily of the Valley in the ring.
The flatware is by Cambridge from CTS, and what luck with how well the color went with the cloth! Greens are hard.
Memorial Day weekend is coming and this is perfect for a crowd.
I lined a deep rectangular basket with tin foil, and placed the mushroom and cucumbers around the edge.
Many people do not care for them, this way they can dig in to the center of the salad and not have to pick them out!
I filled the center with chicken.
Cut the cutlets into small chunks, season and shake in flour.
Brown them in a scant amount of oil.
When they are done, you can drain, and toss in terriyaki, or duck sauce or whatever you like.
Mound in the middle of red leaf lettuce.
Something for the non meat eaters this holiday weekend.
Simple Fish Tacos
Filet of Flounder done with Panko, topped with home made cole slaw. Me? I'll have a Hamburger!
I missed Seasonal Sunday last week, but plan to do a Memorial Day post, in honor of those who made the ultimate sacrifice, and their families who are forever changed.
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