To save noise from table service (knives, forks, etc.) on your guest tables, place a flat style white bed sheet under your table cloth (best if you can fold it in half lengthwise or as it fits best) to be a substitute for a table pad. This saves you money, since it is lilely already in your linen closet, space since it won't need to be stored anywhere, ironing or special laundry costs, since it is just a “bed” sheet not a fancy table cloth that could be stained if things get spilled on it or need to be sent to the dry cleaners. This also helps protect your table top, even under your table cloth. This will provide a “quality” base for your table settings. If you do not have a table cloth, a bed sheet can become a table cloth, if it is a white one or a color that coordinates with your china or surroundings. If you do not have a sheet to fit your table, they can often be purchased inexpensively at a resale shop and still be in new or very good condition.
There are many, many entries on this web site. Be sure to scroll back through to the beginning for all the recipes and tips. The “calendar” area has class listings of many types of classes and locations that I teach cooking, homemade pet foods, homemade soap and personal products and many more items. If you would like a class in “home-making”, sewing without a machine or with a machine or any other subject, please contact me and we can arrange a class in my home or any location of your choice. Please contact me for more details. Classes for all ages are available, including children – hands-on or presentational style.
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Team building with cooking classes is fun. Join co-workers and create recipes or learn about each other while cooking.
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