Between the turkey, all your family, and the general Thanksgiving bustle, a table setting should be the last thing you have to worry about. Here’s one that’s simple and easy to prepare ahead of time. Cover your table in butcher paper and mark each place setting with a place to list what your guests are thankful for. We used rosemary wrapped with twine to add greenery but you can use whatever you have in your back yard. Pears can also be replaced with apples, pumpkins, or squash. This table setting is all about using what you have available to you!
For our pre-thanksgiving, we served fresh bread and roasted garlic with butternut squash soup (recipe to come)! After dinner, everyone wrote down what they were thankful for and we enjoyed apple cake with caramel and our spiked chai lattes. The food was delicious and taking a moment to write down what we were thankful for made us feel all the more grateful.
Keya and Erica