I often donate a luncheon to non-profits
It's what I can do to help worthwhile causes
Today, I had guests . . .
they were the high bidder on my lunch
It's Spring . . .
A Waterford biscuit barrel holds iris from the garden
My Quaker Lace cloth, the Spode Blue Room, Jim's grandmother's cutlery and a white damask napkin in a silver ring . . .
And, of course, the menu!
We started with a salad. Greens with a vinaigrette
Simple but classic
Lunch was Stephenson's chicken in butter and cream
and their green rice casserole
Since we had men for lunch as well as women,
I made a pie
Men like pie!
A meringue pie
My Aunt Oceana's recipe
It was a fun afternoon
I love to share Linderhof
Lovely, lovely! The iris are so pretty in the biscuit barrel. Great menu especially for men. And I have a question-- did your pretty menu reflect the charity you are supporting? If so I think that is a nice idea since both you and the guests have that cause in common.
Well, now I'm hungry! You provided such a lovely meal in a beautiful setting. No doubt the winner of your luncheon felt that he/she will look for your contribution at future auctions. Thanks for inviting us for a peek. Cherry Kay
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