Breakfast is my very favorite meal of the day and I am always trying to find new recipes to cook for it. However, when I was planning this table, I turned to one of my special "old" recipes - Sausage and Egg Pie.
Of course, for my last post in October, I had to use pumpkins somehow on the table. I grabbed these cute Chantal pumpkin bakers and thought they would be perfect to use for the pies. I am not sure where I purchased these, but I think it was Marshall's last year.
The rust, green and blue placemats are from Old Time Pottery (I promise that I am not working for them!) and the plaid napkins came from Kohl's.
These cute mum napkin rings are from Pier I, but were given to me by a sweet friend - thank you, Anne!!
This is how the table looked, before the cooking started!
This is how the place setting looked, after the pies were baked and orange colored cantaloupe was served in Mikasa fruit bowls.
O.K., here is the link to the recipe for the pies. I feature it on a post, when I was blogging for Tablescape Times Three. You can find it HERE. I hope that you love them, as much as I do!
One more thing - the great rust colored dinner plates on the table are from Dillard's. They are part of the "Toscano" pattern by Noble Excellence in the butterscotch color. Let me say that I have always loved this china pattern and have been looking at it in all of the different colors, since Dillard's first began carrying it. This color is a mystery!!! I had never seen it previously and when I bought it, my store had only six dinner plates and a few bowls and mugs. I bought all of the plates and rushed home to buy more online and there were none listed on the website. I cannot find a reference to this color anywhere - not even on Replacements!! What????? I guess that I will have to visit (or call!) every Dillard's store looking for at least two more plates. Has this ever happened to you? So frustrating!
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