Since we may not be able to have all of those we love to Thanksgiving this year I think it is even more important to make it as beautiful as possible.
This time of year, I needed to buy most of my flowers, but I still had plenty of greens in the garden I harvested sprigs of sage, thyme, bay, hebe, dusty miller and rose hips.
When placing your flowers, I find that odd numbered collections of flowers always look better and more natural in an arrangement. Also, clumping a few of the same flowers together resembles what you would see in nature.
If you’re looking for recipes, here are a few of my tried and true favorites:
Finally, I decided to try the Utterly Deadly Southern Pecan Pie baked in a Cast Iron Pan, using rum instead of bourbon, and let me tell you, my kitchen smells divine.