Fall Decorating Inspo

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year.  The pumpkins with the greenery, the orange and caramel colors with coppers and golds.  Just all of it. The Fall Decorating – I’m in love with the season!  Not to mention it is football season, the air is cooler, and you are finally getting to change your clothes in your closet!  AND, we get to change the plates and decorating our centerpieces on our tables and finally get to enjoy the popular fall flavors.

With all of the décor options available, I want to give you a couple of quick things to take into consideration when planning your table!

1. Layering is your best friend!

  • Put down a placemat but try flipping it so it hangs off the table.
  • Then layer a charger on top – you can even try 2 if you want!  Don’t be shy.
  • Finally set your dinner plate, salad plate, and appetizer plate on the table.

2. Top the plate with something festive!

I have three options to show you

  • First, Put the napkin on top for a pop of color.
  • Second, I love this gold pumpkin that is $1 at Walmart right now!
  • Thirdly, I made these cute little mini pumpkin breads and tied ribbon around them for a cute take home!  This does not have to be homemade.  This can be anything from a store bought muffin to a decorated iced cookie!
Pro Tip: I would make sure to wrap it with festive ribbon so that your guests can take it home and it provides

Centerpieces can also be tricky.. but this one is not!  I have so many flower boxes laying around and they are great to have on hand so you can prop things in them and be done!

What you need:

  1. A Flower Box
  2. A Garbage Bag (Make sure it’s Black)
  3. Greenery Garland
  4. White Pumpkins

I stuffed the flowerbox with a black trash bag so you couldn’t see it and it stuff the bottom.  Then I took a boxwood garland and twisted it in the flower box so that it had some personality and took on some shape and height.  Finally, tuck some white pumpkins in the boxwood garland and you are good to go!  Easy peasy and you are ready for fall!

Now that you have a table set – it’s time for an easy app!  This pumpkin hummus is delightful!  I have the full recipe from scratch on my blog, but today I want to show you a fun little hack!

Buy a can of pumpkin and a bowl of premade hummus. You will need two containers of Hummus for one can of pumpkin puree.

Mix those two, add in 2 tbsp of Chipotle Spice and top with pumpkin seeds and a splash of cinnamon and Serve with Naan!

Pro Tip: I love using a Chipotle BBQ spice BBQ spices usually have brown sugar in them which pairs nicely with the pumpkin!!!

Isn’t that super easy!!! Now you are ready for the first fall party of the season!

All of this can be found here with the recipe and more inspiration is always over on Instagram and my Pinterest page!

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Pumpkin Hummus

I have been working on a lot of pumpkin recipes lately… and I love them all! It is really hard for me to chose one that I love the most but this Pumpkin Hummus might take the cake. It is so delightful. Because we use a Pumpkin Puree it is not overtly pumpkin-y like when you use pumpkin spice. This Pumpkin hummus is a fantastic tailgating app, fall dip, and festive entertaining addition to any party this fall!

I’m going to give you a pro tip on how to make it without homemaking your hummus base, but let me tell you there is nothing better then making your own hummus – you can really control the lemon and garlic and salt better and it’s amazing.

BUT! If you are short on time…. don’t make your hummus.
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Pumpkin Hummus

Only the easiest Pumpkin Hummus you’ll ever make and the best hummus you’ll enjoy this fall!! don’t forget to serve with Naan (or homemade Crescent Roll Crisps!)

  • Author: Abby Turner
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Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1/4 cup tahini
  • 2 tbsp minced garlic
  • 1 tsp salt (I like a coarse salt)
  • 1 (15 ounce) can chickpeas, drained
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 2 tbsp chipotle chiles in adobo – I like to scoop directly out of can
  • 1 (15 ounce) can pumpkin puree
  • 2 tbsp BBQ Spice (I use a sweet Chipotle BBQ Seasoning)
  • 1 tbsp Cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp smoked paprika, plus more to top
  • Roasted and Slated Pepitas

Instructions

  1. Put the the chickpeas, olive oil, chipotle chiles, lemon juice, tahini, garlic, and salt together in a food processor until it forms a paste.
  2. Add in the pumpkin puree, BBQ Seasoning, Cinnamon, and smoked paprika and pulse until well-combined.
  3. Top with Pepitas, sprinkle of Paprika, and swirl with your spoon to make it festive!! 
  4. ENJOY!

Want to know a secret?

Instead of making the hummus yourself.. purchase classic hummus at your grocery store. Add 1 can of pumpkin puree and all of your seasonings (BBQ Seasoning, Paprika, Salt, and cinnamon). I also like to add 2 tbsp of brown sugar just to offset the squashy flavor of the pumpkin and compliment the cinnamon.

Done. In. Minutes!!

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Everything is Better with Pumpkin!

I cannot believe that Starbucks has launched their Pumpkin Spice Latte today.  I mean it is only August 27!! But that’s not going to stop me from sharing the most epic Pumpkin Grilled Cheese ever!!

It feels like just yesterday we were celebrating Galentine’s Day and now it’s time for the wonderful flavors of fall!! But you do not see this girl complaining! I love love love the fall! Don’t you?

If you are like me… you are ready for the cooler weather, the football season, and the pumpkin everything! I’ve been recipe testing for a couple of weeks now and let me tell you – I’ve got the pumpkin candles, the pumpkin spice soap, the mums are already outside – pumpkin is in full swing.

With today PSL day… I am going to share my favorite pumpkin recipe… a brie and pumpkin grilled cheese!  And it is absolutely delicious!

We are going to make this with Sourdough bread, which is the best in my opinion.  I did test the recipe with wheat bread and it held up – but there is just something about the goodness of sourdough!

Oh and the best part – it’s ready in minutes and it is super easy!  Just three simple steps:

  1. Butter the bread on both sides.
  2. Make the sandwich
    • Place slices of brie cheese on the bread
    • Spread pumpkin on both sides
    • PRO TIP: Sprinkle 1 Tsp of both Cinnamon and Brown Sugar in the middle of the sandwich – it complements the brie and the pumpkin and marries them together!
  3. Close the sandwich and toast! 

Last thing to do… Enjoy!!  It’s so good and is the perfect introduction to Fall!

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Pumpkin Grilled Cheese

I cannot believe that Starbucks has launched their Pumpkin Spice Latte today.  I mean it is only August 27!! But that’s not going to stop me from sharing the most epic Pumpkin Grilled Cheese ever!!

  • Author: Abby Turner
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: per Sandwich
  • Category: Dinner
  • Method: Grilling
  • Cuisine: Sandwiches
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Ingredients

  • Sourdough Bread
  • Slices of Brie Cheese
  • Spread of Pumpkin (about 2 TBSP per slice of bread)
  • 1 TSP cinnamon 
  • 1 TSP brown Sugar
  • 4 TBSP melted butter

Instructions

  1. Butter the bread on both sides.
  2. Make the sandwich
    • Place slices of brie cheese on the bread
    • Spread pumpkin on both sides
    • PRO TIP: Sprinkle 1 Tsp of both Cinnamon and Brown Sugar in the middle of the sandwich – it complements the brie and the pumpkin and marries them together!
  3. Close the sandwich and toast! 

If you want more pumpkin recipes – you can find a great Pumpkin Bread recipe here and a great Pumpkin Puppy Chow Recipe here!

So do me a favor. When you love this recipe as much as I do, will you post about it? Will you tag me on Instagram or Facebook? Will you share this post with your friends? I hope you do!

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Pumpkin Puppy Chow

Puppy Chow is one of those things that you can never go wrong with, especially when it is Pumpkin Puppy Chow! It’s also the perfect sweet snack for any fall tailgate.  Yes, I said tailgate!  Can you believe it is fall and tailgating season!! I can’t… but then again I can. And I’m so excited, so not even sorry it is still August and I’m posting this recipe for you.

Most of the time Puppy Chow is made with a layer of chocolate and peanut butter and powdered sugar… but this uses white chocolate and a secret ingredient… Cinnamon Toast Crunch!!

With the cinnamon toast crunch cereal – it really enhances the pumpkin pie spice that we are going to add to the powdered sugar!

This Pumpkin Puppy Chow recipe is beyond easy and super simple everyone will love it!

It can even be spiced up with candies like Reese’s cups or even fall colored sprinkles! 

  1. First we will combine equal parts of Chex and the Cinnamon Toast Crunch. 
  2. Then melt your vanilla almond bark until melted – don’t skimp, you want all of the cereal to be nice and coated so that powdered sugar sticks. 
If you want to add candies or sprinkles – add it now.
  • Lastly, pour half of the powdered sugar mixture (powdered sugar, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, and nutmeg) over the cereal and gently mix.  Once mixed, pour the rest of the powdered sugar over it.

PRO TIP: sprinkle a touch of pumpkin pie spice on top of the puppy chow before serving for a nice added touch! 

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Pumpkin Puppy Chow

Puppy Chow is one of those things that you can never go wrong with, especially when it is Pumpkin Puppy Chow!

  • Author: Abby Turner
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Ingredients

  • 3 cups Chex Cereal
  • 3 cups Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • 2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 2 Tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 Tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 Tsp nutmeg
  • 2 cups Vanilla Almond Bark

Instructions

  1. Pour Cereal into a bowl and set aside.
  2. Melt almond bark in a a microwave safe bowl how instructed on packaging.
  3. In a separate bowl, combine powdered sugar, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, and nutmeg until nice and mixed.
  4. Pour the melted almond bark over the cereal, and fold until evenly coated – be careful, you don’t want the cereal to break. Note: If you want to add candies like Reese’s or fall colored sprinkles – add them here.
  5. Pour the powdered sugar mixture over the cereal and gently fold until evenly coated.
  6. Sprinkle a little extra pumpkin pie spice on top before serving to make it look and smell super festive!

    Enjoy this fun recipe and don’t forget to serve in a nice big bowl so lots of hands can dig in, because this recipe will make the crowd go wild!

    So do me a favor. When you love this recipe as much as I do, will you post about it? Will you tag me on Instagram or Facebook? Will you share this post with your friends? I hope you do!

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    Chicken Pesto with Gnocchi

    So here it is one of my most popular recipes for how easy it is – the Chicken Pesto Dish!! I need to do an IGTV episode with it… maybe Saturday! Need dinner in a snap – this recipe comes in to save the day and rescue me more than once or twice a month. Chicken Pesto is easy to have on hand especially if you are good with frozen chicken and keep mozzarella cheese in your fridge – plus you can serve it with angel hair pasta, 90 second rice, or my favorite Gnocchi!

    I love making this in a pyrex dish because the pyrex I use come with plastic tops and are easy cleanup and saving for leftovers! I served this chicken with my special crescent rolls and asparagus. The crescent rolls recipe can be seen here.

    I actually love this recipe because I always have chicken, pesto mozzarella, and crescent rolls in my house. Do you have things like that that you always have on hand? These are great things to make sure you have around – because this dinner is great and depending on the size of your pyrex you can make however much will fit the pan. Sometimes, I make this recipe in a small pyrex that fits one chicken breast! It is perfect for a single girl like me and is just enough for dinner and no leftovers!!

    Learning to take recipes and alter them for you and your life… that’s the key to having fun in the kitchen!

    Oh the Chicken Pesto Recipe you’ll love…

    Put chicken in a single row (don’t overlap).

    Pour Pesto on top. Top that with tomatoes if you want (I leave this off a lot because tomatoes give me heart burn, haha).

    Top with shredded Mozzarella Cheese.

    Bake at 350 for 25-35 minutes until Chicken is cooked through.

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    Chicken Pesto with Gnocchi

    You will love this must make recipe for dinner tonight!  Chicken plus pesto and cheese… what more could you want?

    • Author: Abby Turner
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    Ingredients

    • 3 Chicken Breasts – raw
    • 1 jar of Pesto
    • 10 ounces of Mozzarella Cheese
    • If you want – add 6 ounces halved cherry tomatoes

    Instructions

    1. Place chicken in an oven ready dish. 
    2. Pour pesto on top of chicken evenly
    3. Add halved tomatoes, if desired. 
    4. Pour mozzarella cheese on top. 
    5. Bake for 25-35 minutes on 350 until cooked through. 
    6. Serve with fresh basil and use oils in dish on rice, spaghetti, or gnocchi!

    Let me know what you think about the recipe!! Like, Share, Comment and as always follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest!

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    National S’mores Month

    It is National S’mores Month and want to show you 3 easy ways you can celebrate with S’mores!

    I love S’mores because it is an easy dessert that everyone can make for themselves. If they want 2 make two, if they don’t like chocolate – they don’t use it! And I love how versatile people make their S’mores! Definitely some creative people out there.

    Traditional S’mores

    You can always make Traditional S’mores with Chocolate, Graham Cracker, and Marshmallows or you could spice it up with some fruit! Read my blog post on all things S’mores here.

    Brownie Bites

    S'more Brownie Bites

    This is probably my favorite S’more hack! I love Brownies but sometimes you are running short on time and don’t have the energy to make Brownies! This is the hack for you!

    Take store bought Brownie Bites (found in the bakery), Buttercream frosting, a mini marshmallow, and crushed graham crackers. With frosting on top of your brownie bite – sprinkle the crushed cracker pieces and top with a marshmallow and there you go! Super easy and fast!

    You can find that recipe here.

    S’more Brownies

    S'mores Brownies

    Now this is for the daring. You can read my blog post that I had several fails when I was testing this recipe. It was harder than it looks. If you cook the cereal it becomes hard and chewy, if you don’t put the marshmallows on there right they don’t stick to the brownies, if you put the chocolate on top too early it melts and goes everywhere.

    Let’s just say – I found all of the issues and fails in this recipe and made the recipe for you super easy! Make the brownies, top with marshmallows and broil until the brown (like 2 minutes). Add chocolate and S’more cereal to the top and viola! It’s done!

    If you are craving S’mores… this is the recipe for you! You can find it here.

    Make sure you check out all of the National S’more’s Month Recipes and follow me over on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

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    S’more Brownies

    S'more Brownies

    I love brownies. They are so comforting and chocolatey- and have this moist consistency that just make me want to eat the entire pan. Needless to say, I decided to twist brownies for National S’mores Month. And after a few failed attempts… I have the best recipe!

    S'more Brownies

    So my first attempt included baking the brownies all the way and then topping with S’mores cereal and Marshmallows. Well the cereal didn’t stick to the brownies!

    The second attempt – I tried to use chocolate chips to glue everything together… well that just made everything impossible to get out of the pan.

    S'more Brownies

    My last and final (and successful) attempt was to add the S’mores cereal to the top of the marshmallows with mini Hershey bars as a ‘topping’. It worked great!

    So that is the recipe we are sticking with!

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    S’mores Brownies

    You will love this hybrid of a dessert with both brownie and S’more!  It’s the perfect treat for those of us who love S’mores but want to eat them even without a bonfire!

    • Author: Abby Turner
    • Prep Time: 5
    • Cook Time: 45
    • Total Time: 50 minutes
    • Category: Dessert
    • Method: Baking
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    Ingredients

    • 1 Brownie mix made as directed
    • 1/2 cup S’more cereal or Golden Grahams cereal
    • 1 cup mini marshmallows
    • 35 mini Hershey Bars broken at seam (each bar makes 4 mini)

    Instructions

    1. Make brownie mix as directed in coated pan. 
    2. Take brownie mixture out and add the marshmallows on top.  
    3. Change the oven to broil and set to 525 degrees Fahrenheit. 
    4. Put Brownies back in for 2-3 minutes, until marshmallows are toasted.  
    5. Sprinkle the tops with the cereal and stick the mini Hershey bars in. 
    6. Serve and Enjoy!
    S'more Brownies

    Make sure you check out all of the National S’more’s Month Recipes and follow me over on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

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    S’more Brownie Bites

    August is National S’mores Month. So we are talking all things easy S’more Entertaining today!!

    Did you know that Americans buy 90 million pounds of marshmallows every year. AND that during the summer almost 50 percent of marshmallows sold are roasted for s’mores!! Like what!!!

    I know I contribute to that math 🙂

    But in case you don’t have a bonfire or if you don’t like to get your hands super dirty with Marshmallows.. I have the best recipe for you! Oh, and the best part of this recipe – everything is store bought and simple.

    • Buy Brownie Bites, Buttercream Frosting, and Graham Crackers.
    • Put Buttercream Frosting in a ziplock bag to create a icing piping bag.
    1. Crush the Graham Crackers and sprinkle on top!
    2. Top with a marshmallow and Enjoy!

    Make sure you check out all of the National S’more’s Month and follow me over on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

    Pro Tip: I tried using Marshmallow Creme for the “icing” on the brownie bite and it did not work very well. So I would recommend using buttercream icing and topping it with a . mini marshmallow.

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    A Twist on S’more’s

    As part of National S’more’s Month, I thought I would share my favorite way to eat a traditional S’more and my favorite way to spice one up!

    Now the traditional S’more uses a graham cracker, a square of chocolate and a roasted marshmallow! Super traditional and very easy to execute at any backyard bonfire in the summer. My favorite way to eat a S’more though is with a Reese’s Cup! Just replace the square of chocolate for the round chocolate-y and peanut buttery cup. Trust me it will change your life.

    My favorite way to eat a S’more is with a Reese’s cup!

    Did you know that you can even make “charcuterie” board of sorts with the toppings for a S’more! The definition of charcuterie board is actually a board of cold cooked meats (the actual definition doesn’t even include cheeses – that would be a fromage board).

    With your toppings board you can add things like Hershey Chocolate bar, Reese’s Cups, White Chocolate Bar, Marshmallows and Graham Crackers (of course) and get creative by adding a Cookies and Cream Bar or your favorite chocolate bars.

    Now for the Fun Part… Let’s Spice it Up!

    Chocolate pairs soo well with fruit, in fact Strawberries, in my opinion, are better with chocolate! So why not put them on a S’more? It will change your entire life! These S’mores are super tasty and really cut the sweetness with a freshness that you’ll love.

    Note: you can even put the fruit on your toppings board!

    My two favorite fruits on the S’mores were blackberries and strawberries – but raspberries or grilled peaches could work super well too!

    Let me know what you think about it below – leave me a comment and share this post with your friends!!

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    Blackened Chicken & Linguini

    I posted this on my instagram today because honestly… I needed something to post. I made this dish for me and a girlfriend forever ago. I know what you are thinking… do you really take pictures like that when you cook for someone else. Absolutely. And I am unashamed and setting it up! hehe . In all actuality, this chicken and linguini dish is a staple. The herbs that you cook with the linguini pair so nicely with the chicken and best of all it takes less than 20 minutes to get on the table. (it also only uses ONE, yes ONE, pot!! Use chilled linguini and cut the time in half. Thank me by sharing this on Instagram, Facebook, or Pinterest 🙂

    I went into creating this recipe from the perspective of how do I make it last. Why? Because inevitably I will have leftovers. If you know me.. I eat like a bird! Small portions 6-7 times a day. So everything I cook must be good in the second or third day. How do I do this…. leftover containers of all sizes. My personal favorite are the Mainstay Portion Control boxes from Walmart. You can find them here. I use these like they are going out of business. Always in my grocery pickup order because they also function as “take these leftovers with you” boxes when I have friends come over. There is nothing like filling your table with people and then letting them leave with leftovers. And most of them (especially the single men that come over) are super appreciate of the fresh food then can eat later.

    How do you keep your leftover food fresh?

    I hate to tell you this… but microwaves are not your friend, friend. I would love to say nuke it and your are good… and you probably are… but put these leftovers in a cast iron on broil at 125 for 10 minutes and boom – amazing dinner… you can even throw a dash of milk in this dish and put it back in the pan and heat it all up. The only note I would give you is to separate the chicken and pasta when you heat up because they will heat at different times.

    The Easiest Method.

    • Cook the chicken, remove from pan.
    • Cook the garlic, veggies of your chose, and add cream
    • Lastly, you will add your parmesan cheese and stir just until the cheese has melted and your sauce is smooth then add the cooked pasta.
    • SERVE and Enjoy!
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    Blackened Chicken Linguini

    This one pot, 20 minute, staple for dinner will be on your table every week!  Oh, and did I mention it is super easy to pair down and cook for one.  You know us singles out there don’t like leftovers!  So this is a great meal to only cook for one!

    • Author: Abby Turner
    • Prep Time: 5
    • Cook Time: 15
    • Total Time: 20 minutes
    • Yield: 6 1x
    • Category: Dinner
    • Method: Cooking
    • Cuisine: Chicken
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    Ingredients

    • 2 tablespoons olive oil
    • 1 pound boneless and skinless chicken
    • 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
    • 2 tablespoon butter
    • 3 garlic cloves (minced)
    • 4 small tomatoes (diced)
    • 2 cups spinach
    • 1 1/2 teaspoon paprika
    • 1/2 teaspoon salt
    • 1.5 cup heavy cream
    • 1 cup Parmesan cheese
    • salt and pepper

    Instructions

    1. Cover the chicken with salt and pepper and the garlic powder.
    2. Heat olive oil in your deep skillet.  I love my Staub Coated Cast Iron Skillet. – like so much! 
    3. Add your chicken and heat for 4-6 minutes per side until browned.  Note:  if your chicken is still pink in the
    4. center make sure to reduce the heat to medium-low and cook until there is no more pink.. Remove chicken
    5. from the pan and slice it, if you want J
    6. Add cherry tomatoes to butter in the pan and cook in the goodness of the pan until they burst.  Add garlic and cook until you smell the garlic.  (Don’t forget that garlic burns super fast!)
    7. Add spinach and cook until it has halfway wilted.  Season with paprika, Italian seasoning, and salt. Mix.
    8. Next add heavy cream and bring the mixture to boil.
    9. Once it boils, reduce the heat and make let it simmer while you add the Parmesan. 
    10. Add the pasta to the cooked cream mixture and stir until coated. 
    11. Plate and then add chicken!  

    Make sure you check out all of the Chicken Dinner Recipes and follow me over on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

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    I’m Abby, and I’m all about setting the table every day and making a simple dinner with easy recipes to enjoy with friends. The inspiration you’ll find here are simple and meant to encourage you to declutter your table and invite friends over! I spend my days working as a marketer for a retail company and dreaming of dinner time. I really hope that through A Table Top Affair you will find a newfound love for your kitchen and that relationships would be formed around your table.

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