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Holiday Table Settings

holiday * table Make all your holiday meals successful. settings * Traditional Dining Start by setting the table for the first course. Food goes to the left and drinks go to the right. Small plates are set to the left of the setting, above the forks, while glassware is set to the right, above the knives. In North America, forks are placed with the tines pointing up, while in Europe, the tines point down. Buffet Style Place desserts and drinks on a separate table so your guests don't have to carry too much at once. Runners are the perfect length and shape for decorating a buffet table. Use alone or over a solid table cloth. Roll utensils into napkins or tie them with a ribbon. A bread plate isn't just for formal meals. Have one out if you are serving toast, rolls, muffins, or scones. Fancy Breakfast A tray of fresh fruit or a basket of pastries makes a colorful | and functional centerpiece. Have both coffee and tea available to suit everyone's tastes. Keep kids busy with a simple craft. For easy snowmen, put foam balls in three sizes around the table along with googly eyes, pre-cut noses, and toothpicks. Kids' Table Cover the table with butcher paper and leave out crayons. Draw games on the paper so kids can start playing easily. Buy the adults some time to enjoy dessert | and coffee by serving sugar cookies and a few tubes of frosting to the kids. Kids will love an edible centerpiece. Skewer melon balls and cut-up fruit and put the sticks in a non-breakable vase. Or cut cheese and salami into star shapes for festive snack stacks. Brought to you by Traditional Dining Sources: Fancy Breakfast Sources: Buffet Style Sources: httpo// http/ Kids' Table Sources: hitp://

Holiday Table Settings

shared by kcatoto on Jan 30
Are you having family over the holidays? Hosting an open house for friends and neighbors on Christmas Eve? Or maybe you want to set a fancy table for your immediate family and start a new holiday trad...



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