Meadowcrest Cottage

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Bangers and Mash on my back porch



I am excited to participate in the Tablescape Thursday hosted by Between Naps On The Porch as I need the practice on posting things since I am such a newbie-not sure what I am doing.

My sister-in-law and her husband came in today from Ohio. Our weather here in Florida finally got warm today. It was 80 degrees!! We had Bangers and Mash with Guinness Gravy, salad, bread, and of course Guinness Beer on the back porch. It is nothing fancy, but I a snapped a few pictures before we sat down to eat. I bought the plates from a Noritake outlet store about ten years ago and have loved them ever since.











13 comments:

Denise said...

Love the table setting. I was expecting to see the bangers and mash too (I don't hear that many people mention it over here!) guess you ate it all pretty fast, it sounds delish ;)

Erin said...

Welcome! I'm a newbie, too. I love your Irish china! Beautiful table!

Natasha said...

Yum-we love bangers and mash at our place!

You have set a beautiful table and you are serving some fantastic food and beverages! I wish I could have been there too!

Best wishes,
Natasha.

Debbie (Meadowcrest Cottage) said...

Thanks everyone! Bangers and Mash just aren't very photogenic as you can imagine. :)

Martha said...

A beautiful table -- love the dishes!

GrannySue said...

Your table is very classy! I love the dinnerware. As one 'newbie' to another it's really fun to communicate with others who share common interests.

Sharlotte said...

What a pretty table! I LOVE your dishes and your porch looks like such a great place to sit and relax. Thanks for sharing!
Sharlotte

The Tablescaper said...

Oh how cute! The china is lovely. I've never seen that pattern and I love all of the layering - with the cloth between the plates - and the beers in the center - and your porch is adorable. I just love the whole thing!

- The Tablescaper

Tricia said...

What a pretty table -- and oh, those azaleas in the background! I love that china -- so perfect for your Irish themed table!

D said...

What a cute table, and great place to eat! Love your backyard, too.

LillyB said...

Lovely table!!You did a great job!!

Terry said...

Howdy
I have had a fabulous time visiting your lovely blog.
It is truly divine.
Thank you for sharing .
Have a wonderful weekend.
Happy Trails

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

What pretty dishes! Look lika a grand way to spend St. Patrick's!