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How to set a proper table

by Karen on November 24th, 2014

How to set  he table

 

We used to have some confusion about the official, proper way to set a table.  A few years ago The Seattle Times ran this so I snipped it out and keep it with my china.

The photo is pretty self explanatory.

One thing we always argued about was which direction the blade of the knife faced.

Also if you can’t read the text in the photo it says the dessert fork or spoon goes above the plate and the glass on the left is a water goblet while the one on the right is a wine glass.  Incidently, there are  red wine glasses (even distinctions between Bourdeaux and Burgundy wines) and white wine glasses if you want to be particular.

 

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b sprouts horz

 

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stuffing horz

 

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gluten free pecan pie

gluten free pumpkin pie slice

gluten free Apple Pie with Eggs and Butter

the pie on the right is dairy free and gluten free

the pie on the right is dairy free and gluten free

 

More photos will be posted later…….

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One Comment
  1. Monica Scott permalink

    Very helpful holiday tips! Thank you — and have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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