In between Thanksgiving menu plans and the long holiday weekend Christmas is coming preparations, Thanksgiving tastes, tips, this, that, observations, recipes of need to know info have caught my eye and piqued my interest.
In this holiday season, it seems many long time home decor bloggers are currently embracing the less is more quality over quantity aspect of holiday decorating, present company included.
The if one looks good then umpteen will look fantastic approach to decorating is one way to go, but without balance or cohesiveness present this is a difficult look to pull off.
Failure teaches a valuable lesson- one I learned rather quickly in my early interior decorating days.
Remember the 1980s?
I don’t miss the decade of excess in any shape, form, or what were we thinking fashion.
I much prefer understated with a twist; a visual curve ball of sorts.
Have you planned what you’re cooking for Thanksgiving yet?
Delicious has a place set at the Thanksgiving table, and new traditional recipes are always of interest.
Cooked in a ranch butter sauce and topped with crispy onions and bacon, this Bacon Ranch Green Beans recipe from Dinner at the Zoo puts a spin on the green bean casserole of holiday table tradition.
Full recipe details here: https://www.dinneratthezoo.com/bacon-ranch-green-beans/
There’s appetizers, and then there’s Baked Brie with Maple Caramelized Apples and Spiced Praline Bacon.
Full recipe from Allrecipes here: http://spr.ly/6004D6kT0
Savory Corn Pudding is the side dish staple of the Southern holiday table.
Full recipe from Southern Living here: http://bit.ly/2AHihJW
I don’t know why I love you but I do, Pewter Corn Napkin Ring from Vagabond House Harvest Collection.
Beautiful piece to add to the Thanksgiving tablescape.
And with that, there you have my Thanksgiving tastes, tips, this, that, observations, recipes of need to know info show and tell.