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Parisian Christmas Tablescape from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

After reading The Family Under the Bridge for Family Dinner Book Club, I had no choice but to set up a Parisian Christmas tablescape. Cool tones – mostly whites – are the base for this table setting. Red rolled napkins and fresh herbs are simple accents to spruce up the table. We have bowls of oranges and red apples for Armand, and each person gets a little wrapped package of candy, nuts, and small toys following French tradition.

Parisian Christmas Tablescape from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

Parisian Christmas Tablescape from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

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This Week’s Features:

Hey, guys! Micha from Cookin’ Mimi here with my favorite posts from last week.

Potato Salad is not just for summer. Easy Pressure Cooked Southern Potato Salad from MelClaire would be great any day. If you have an electric pressure cooker and haven’t used it for potatoes, you’re missing out.

It’s definitely soup weather here and Virginia Ham and Bean Chowder from Faith, Hope, Love, and Luck would be just the thing for supper.

I am unabashedly one of those people. You know the ones that as soon as the clock strikes midnight on November 1st turns into Buddy the Elf. I’ve already got my Christmas music playlist going. We don’t put decorations or the tree until the day after Thanksgiving but I get in heavy duty planning mode in November. Especially when it comes to what goodies I’m making.

Peanut Butter Fudge To Die For from Back to My Southern Roots is on my list for this year because PB Fudge is my favorite.

I cannot wait to see all the amazing posts you guys share this week.


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