National Picnic Month!

Did you know that July is National Picnic Month?  I recently went to my Instagram over at A Table Top Affair and asked what questions people had about how to enjoy the easiest and most simple picnic ever!  

Those questions ranged from – • What should my staples be?• What’s an easy way to keep things cold? • How do you make clean up stress free?  • Should I have a go bag and may personal favorite?• How do you get your blanket to stay dry if you put it on wet grass? 

So I have tons of inspiration for you today!  Are you as excited as I am?

 How to keep your blanket dry or clean? 

This $.50 shower curtain liner is light weight and perfect to lay down under your blanket.  But note – if you sit your picnic on a hill.. you will turn your picnic into a slip n slide!  So be careful, but on a flat ground, this little trick is perfect! 

What should your staples for your picnic basket be? 

It is really easy to slap some peanut butter and jelly sandwiches together with a bag of grapes and a box of teddy grahams and have your picnic together in a snap.  But it is National Picnic Month!  So let’s have some fun!  I love these huge 32 ounce mason jars that are $1 a piece!  

Fill them with whatever you want and be creative! You could even give each child a mason jar and tell them fill it up with whatever you want! Applesauce, Cheese cubes, fruit, graham crackers. You name it – let them stuff it in!

You’ve seen me use mason jars before and I think they are so fun to use and what I love about them is you can put drinks in them, food, you can stack food…They are so versatile!  

How do you have an epic picnic?

  • You must bring a baguette – use it as a dip, a sandwich bread, you name it – the baguette can do it! 
  • Don’t try and make everything at home – do it on the picnic.  Bring the supplies and let everyone do their own thing.  Which is one of the reasons I love a good mason jar picnic, everyone can load their own mason jar before leaving! Less food to throw away or clean up and bring back! 
  • Fill some of your mason jars with fruit and mint and mix your drink there!  I love these cute little Simply Lemonade lemonades!  Aren’t they adorable? One of the things I love about them is that they are great mixers for your drinks!  I really like fun refreshing mocktails in the summer – so bring a sparkling water of some sort (sprite works too) – a couple of Simply Lemonades, fresh fruit and mint and viola!  Mocktails on your picnic in minutes!  Plus drinking them out of your fun mason jars adds to the fun! 
  • Bring a cutting board and make your snacking board there! 

And the last question I got a lot was how do I keep things cold!

Night before you go, place your water bottles in the freezer!  Place them in your picnic basket and they will keep your things cold and by the time you are ready for a nice cool water bottle… it has kept your food cold and thawed enough to drink!!!  

Picnics can be easy and fun especially with these simple tips!  Make sure to mention me in your Picnic Parties and let me know what you put in your mason jars!

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White Cheese Dip

Cheese Dip… what is more satisfying after a long day at work then coming home and throwing Velveeta (not sponsored) in a pot and asking some Cheese Dip! Nothing. I will NEVER love something more.. well maybe I will when I have kids. And I guess I love Jesus more than Cheese Dip – but come on… Cheese Dip is just so dang satisfying! I love it.

So I have made a fancy, yet super simple Cheese Dip that you can make really fast for your guests. Because I know that you are inviting guests over tonight, right? Thata girl!

Ingredients are super easy.

Velveeta WHITE cheese dip (don’t do the yellow, just don’t), White Onions – get the chopped onions from Walmart – don’t waste your tears LITERALLY on onions, Rotel, Half and Half, Monterey Jack Cheese Taco Seasoning (or paprika and salt), Cilantro, and Roma Tomatoes – if you want them.

The Easiest recipe:

Sauté the onions with Taco Seasoning, add half the Velveeta and wait until melted. Add Half and Half and the Monterey Jack Cheese and stir. Melt additional Velveeta and cilantro. Add extremely drained and paper towel dried Rotel and viola! You are done!


White Cheese Dip

The Easiest Cheese Dip you will ever make!  Filled with Cilantro, tomatoes, and two cheeses… memorize this recipe and keep it for a rainy day. Or a fun day! 

  • Author: Abby Turner
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 20 minutes
  • Yield: 12


  • 1 tablespoon olive or vegetable oil
  • 1/4 cup white onion, diced
  • 1 large jalapeno or serrano, seeds and stem removed; diced
  • 16 ounces white Velveeta Cheese
  • 4 ounces Monterrey Jack cheese, shredded
  • 3/4 cup cream or half-and-half
  • 1 (10 oz.) can diced tomatoes and green chilies – extremely drained and towel dried
  • 1-2 Roma tomatoes, seeds removed and diced for toppings
  • 1 small bunch cilantro, roughly chopped


  1. Heat the oil in a saute pan with the white onions until softened and reduce heat to medium-low. Add the Velveeta and Monterey Jack Cheese and 1/2 cup of the cream. Stir until melted.
  2. Add the can of Rotel (make sure it is extremely dry) and cilantro, add additional cream a little at a time until you reach desired consistency.
  3. Serve with chips or fresh tortillas.

As always… share your creations on social media! Use Hashtag #aTableTopAffair I love seeing your dinner parties that you throw!

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Taco Tuesday

Guess what day it is… Taco Tuesday! I am loving this new term that everyone seems to be catching on to! First it was Wacky Wednesday, Throwback Thursday, and now Taco Tuesday! And the best part, this cultural term is all about food. But what is better than tacos.. tacos on a board!

Boards are being used for so many things at the moment and I love it. Around Christmas I did a board for Breakfast, desserts, and your typical appetizer board and now… TACOS! It’s so fun to put your board in the middle of your table around friends and family and enjoy making your own taco.

Maybe that should be a new restaurant style? All about the board. (We can finesse the name later) but everything would come out on a board. I think we have a solid business plan. Haha

I love how people are now even starting to do Taco TWO-sday for kid’s 2nd birthdays! Because what’s better than a fiesta for a party? Nothing. I mean fiesta literally means party. So why not?

At A Table Top Affair I am just wanting to get you around the table with your friends. Invite people over and encourage you that it doesn’t have to be hard!

Dinner parties have never been this simple. Forget making a taco bar and all of the dirty dishes. When you get a good board – you can put literally anything on it.. and today – I am putting taco sides on it!

Here are the three easy tips for a successful Taco Board:

  1. Chop up everything – Pro tip- by it chopped! I made this chicken in a skillet with some taco seasoning.. but you could just as easily buy it frozen! Same thing with onions, peppers, grocery stores are offering pre-shopped veggies that make this board come together in minutes!
  2. All the Dips: Dips make this board fun and provide some height which gives it some added personality. How do food bloggers make their stuff so eye-catching… height! So add some bowls of sour cream, guacamole, and pico de gallo!
  3. Use Street Taco Shells! Using Street Taco Shells gives you the room you need to put everything on the board. They are smaller so they don’t take up as much room!

Serve it with…

• fresh lemonade – this is just lemonade and frozen orange juice
• White Cheese Dip – the recipe is one of the favorites on the blog.
• Fresh Limes – don’t forget the fresh limes.. they just make everything so much more festive!

Don’t forget to tag me in all of your fun board adventures! I love seeing what everyone makes on Instagram and Facebook! Oh and if you aren’t following me on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram… go follow me and leave me a note! Making friends and encouraging each other to sit down around the table with fun food is what I am all about!

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Memorial Day Hot Dog Bar

Holidays stress people out.  And with food, it’s a stressor that hits every month.  Think about it… In every month there is a holiday or a party (from Valentine’s Day to March Madness, etc..) that you have to cook something for and invite people to.  It can be overwhelming.  I don’t want it to be overwhelming though!  So I have put together this really simple Hot Dog Bar.  All you have to do is prep the ingredients and grill the dogs.  All of maybe 10 minutes.  15 if you have to do some of the chopping.  I promise this is a super easy party!  You will love it and your guests will be impressed.

Here are the three easy tips for a successful Hot Dog Bar:

  1. Use pre-chopped ingredients in mason jars – I used red onions, green onions, olives, jalapeños – that they were all taken straight from the fresh pre-cut section in the grocery store.  Also, don’t even try to make your own guacamole or dill dip – use fresh from the deli!
  2. Decorations: Paper flags will run you maybe $10 and I like to stick them in photo holders on the table for a festive centerpiece or backdrop.
  3. Let everyone make their own hot dog!  It cuts down on things having to be hot and ready, is ready in minutes and can last the entire party! 

A couple of pro-tips:

  • I used little wooden spoons for the mason jars to add a fun flair and personality to them!  You can use any type of spoon – but I just loved the wooden ones and can be found in bulk at different craft stores.
  • Layer your mason jars on upside down flower boxes! Throughout the year I’ll use flower boxes as centerpieces to put flowers in – for this party.. I have flipped them over and put the mason jars on top!

Here are some of my favorite Hot Dog combinations:

  • Greek Hot Dog: Dill dip, tomatoes, cucumbers, and feta cheese
  • Mexican: Mexican corn, queso fresco, cilantro, guacamole and jalapenos if you want.
  • German Brat: purple cabbage, sauerkraut, pickles, and cheese
  • Fresh Fruit – Mango and Pineapple salsa with honey
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Mother’s Day Giveaway

I’m doing a Giveaway today for what is quickly becoming one of my favorite companies – Spoonful of Comfort.  Think about it like this for $70 you can ship a care package to your friends, coworkers, or family and it comes wrapped with a personalized note, if you want it. 

I mean really? Sign me up. 

Can I be honest with you for a minute… I originally was approached by Spoonful of Comfort to shoot content for them and talk about their product.  They sent me their tomato basil soup and I shot it and ate it for my meal, actually wrote a blog post for them about using the rolls as mini grilled cheeses.. it was awesome.  I loved it – you can see that post here.  However, I wasn’t super happy with the pictures I took.  So I approached Spoonful of Comfort and this time asked them to send me the Rise and Shine box and another, YES ANOTHER, Tomato Basil Soup Box.  I wanted to post about it on my feed, but since I didn’t like the pictures – needed more product.  This time.. I shared the soup with some friends and they loved it! 

Yes, maybe this was free product for me to eat and shoot, but it’s amazing!  It is product that I would buy and will buy over and over again.  Great for new parents, newlyweds, mother’s day, father’s day, or maybe just an easy grilled cheese and tomato soup night with friends – you need this product.  

So this weekend is Mother’s Day.  The giveaway will run all day Monday and all day Tuesday and you can get this cute are packaged shipped to mom for Mother’s Day!  Please and Thank you! 

You could also just send it to yourself! 🙂 

Back to the different packages… I have tried 2 of them and am absolutely blown away by the packaging, the presentation, the taste, and the quality of this food.  One is the Tomato Basil Soup box that comes with the most delicious chocolate chip cookies and rolls and the other box comes with breakfast pancakes, tea, a cute teacup, and the most delicious organic Maple Syrup!  

The Rise & Shine Box is personally what I would ship to mom, BUT, I will make a deal with you… enter the giveaway and I will let you choose whether you want the Tomato Basil Soup or the Rise & Shine Box! 

So here are the details of each box: 

Rise and Shine package includes:

  • Buttermilk Pancake Mix
  • Organic Maple Syrup
  • Gourmet Hot Tea
  • Double Decker Teapot and Mug
  • Crisp Tea Towel
  • A personalized note for Mother’s Day

Tomato Basil Soup package includes: 

  • 64-oz. jar of sensational soup (4-6 generous servings)
  • 1/2 dozen bacci rolls
  • 1/2 dozen cookies
  • a Ladle to serve up the smiles
  • Personalized notecard
  • Colorful, custom packaging that’s a treat in itself
How to Enter: 
  1. Like @spoonfulofcomfort and @atabletopaffair on Instagram
  2. Tag 3 friends.  
  3. Each 3 friends is an additional entry. 

Giveaway ends 5 pm CST on Tuesday, April 30! 

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Perspective is Everything.

Perspective is everything.  Our perspective is the lens at which we view life and most importantly God’s role in our life. 

Your perspective is formed by what you know is true.  As Christians, this wisdom should come from God’s Word.  It should open up characteristics and truths about Jesus that unlock an intimacy with Him that we haven’t known before. But, having said that… how many times do we not take advantage of this wisdom.  We don’t require ourselves to use the wisdom and create a new perspective, develop a new lens to look at like through.  We don’t mirror our thoughts after Him, we mirror our thoughts after what those around us tell us.  Instagram stories, entertainment hosts, friends, the list goes on.  

If we harvested the wisdom that we gained from God and began to form a new perspective with it, we would begin to identify God’s goodness in our lives. 

Most recently, God’s goodness has been at the forefront of my mind.  What exactly is God’s Goodness?  What does that even mean?  In order to understand God’s goodness – you have to understand what His goal, what His mindset is.  His mindset is, has, and always will be His glory.  Now yes, He loves us and desires us – but He desires us to desire Him and glorify Him. Check out Isaiah 43:1-7.

vs. 7 says; “Everyone who is called by My name, and whom I have created for My glory, whom I have formed even whom I have made.” NASB

John Piper says it like this: “No matter how deep we probe into the motives of God, we will never arrive at a layer which is not love.”

God is good all the time. Too many Christians define God’s goodness by their circumstances rather then Who God actually is.  Men fail us.  The world fails us.  Our friends and family fail us.  So why do we try so desperately to define God and relate God to a relationship we have, to a worldly image of Him. I have been pondering that question because Christ is so much bigger than any box we could fit Him in or any circumstance that we could go through. 

Even when we go through trauma and disappointment, God is in the middle of that and He is reigning supreme. (Psalm 115:8) He is orchestrating every step we make and holding us so tightly to His will.  (Ephesians 1:11) 

We should stand in awe just at the thought that God cares enough for each of us that He is directing our footsteps.  He wants to be the Good Shepherd, we just have to accept and humble ourselves before His plan. 

But what happens when life happens, things start to hit the fan, and life begins to crumble?  Is God still good then? The answer is a firm and resounding YES!

In that moment, perspective takes control.  You can decide to be mad at God and pray hard without ceasing that your circumstance would change, or you can choose to have a Heavenly perspective. 

Abby, what does that even mean?  It means that you can look at your negative circumstances – the people yelling at you, the decisions you made, the trauma and death that surrounds you and say… God, you created this for Your Glory.  Help me identify what Your Glory looks like in this mess.  Because it is a MESS. 

Then God begins to dialogue with you about why He has you there.  What He wants you to learn.  How He wants you to respond.  Who He wants you to love through the mess. 

At that moment… you begin to look UP and not OUT.  You begin to GLORIFY GOD and see God’s Goodness through the mess.  

That is the joy found in Christianity.  That is the entire point of our existence.  He wants us to desire Him because He knows that when we have His mindset, when we are truly desiring Him – we are peace-loving, kind, and filled with the JOY of Heaven.  

So as I sit here with my head arched over and my heart in my throat… I am so undeserving of this type of pursuit.  My perspective is selfish.  I rarely go through trauma with my head looking UP at God and not OUT at physical answers and people.  

But I truly believe that if I begin to shift my thoughts, my actions and reactions, my entire mentality will morph into a perspective that will radically change my life. 

God is so GOOD.  He really truly wants us to experience His Goodness.  But in order to experience Him – we must shift our perspective.  

Join the conversation below, and let me know your thoughts about perspective and why it’s hard to change your perspective.

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5 Minute Ravioli

I am always looking for an easy week night meal to switch into my rotation, especially when I want something a bit more indulgent than plain chicken and broccoli.  This 5 minute ravioli is seriously one of the fastest recipes I’ve made in a long time.  It takes everything that is wonderful about cheese and pasta and takes it to the next level for an easy dinner.

Something else I love about this recipe is that it uses one pot and one bowl!  If I’m looking for an easy and fast recipe chances are I don’t have time to do dishes or waste time with anything else, I just need food on the table right now. 

Just one request… fast food for my family that I don’t have to sacrifice taste or quality for.  

Insert the best pasta dish EVER! 

Ingredients are easy: 

  1. Ravioli – I LOVE the spinach and ricotta ravioli from Walmart; so tasty! 
  2. Sun Dried Tomato Pesto
  3. Heavy Cream
  4. Basil 
  5. Minced Garlic – yes, I use the pre-minced garlic it’s just too easy not to. 
  6. Salt and Pepper to taste

Serve with chopped basil, parmesan cheese (I really like flaked cheese not the shredded), and breadcrumbs (no need to toast). 

After that.. it’s simple.  Cook the ravioli per the package.  As soon as you start that start the sauce. 

The Sauce is so simple: 

Garlic and Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto in a pan on low heat, add basil and cream and let it simmer for 1-2 minutes.  You are melding all of the flavors together – be careful not to burn any of this, so cook it low and slow. 

One thing that I love to do is add shredded Rotisserie Chicken into the sauce. If I have extra chicken, or if I plan to grab one at the store… I will always add a little extra protein to any dish!

When the ravioli is done… add the ravioli to the sauce pan and serve with parmesan and basil and breadcrumbs! 

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!

Let me know what you think about this table top and would love to see your creations on Facebook and Instagram – just tag #AtableTopAffair. 

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Lemon Cake Cookies

Lemon has been a favorite flavor of mine for a long time.  Not necessarily eating a plain lemon, or even lemon in my water, but the essence of lemon in my cakes, cookies, chicken… you name it I really enjoy lemon.  So what if I told you, I had a super easy Lemon Cookie Recipe? 

This cookie recipe is so easy that you don’t have to even really make the batter because you are starting with a lemon cake batter.  Yes!  You heard that correctly lemon cake batter! 

Springtime makes me so happy and these are always the first set of cookies I make for the season and I keep them stocked at my house for anytime friends or family come over.  

Pro Tip: This recipe could be replicated for Strawberry cookies a well – just replace lemon for strawberry.  Some nuances will occur in the frosting with strawberries vs. lemon zest.. but I can touch on that at a later date! 

These are also great backdrop cookies for any springtime party you have!  So get excited and start hosting! 

Once you mix the batter it will be very sticky.  I would strongly suggest using a cookie scoop – it will be the easiest way to drop the cookie batter on the cookie sheet. 

Once the cookies are on the cookie sheet you can make the frosting which is sugar, zest, and whole milk.  The more powdered sugar you have in the mixture the thicker it will be – I actually use double what the recipe is because I like the frosting to set up pretty quickly and not run everywhere. 

Cook for a short 6 minutes and voila!  Ready to eat in minutes and they seriously taste like springtime!  

Happy Eating (and hosting)-


Lemon Cake Cookies

The easiest and fastest way to get to springtime… with lemon cookies made straight from a cake mix!  You’ll never make chocolate chip cookies again!  (well maybe you will!)

  • Author: Abby Turner


  • 1 box lemon cake mix (I use Great Value from Walmart)
  • 1/3 cup vegetable oil
  • 2 eggs
  • zest of 2 lemons
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • juice of 2 lemons
  • 2 tablespoons whole milk


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Make sure if you aren’t using a nonstick cookie sheet like mine from Williams Sonoma you put down parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl, mix together cake mix, oil, eggs and lemon zest of 1 lemon until combined. Batter will be thick and sticky.
  3. Drop tablespoon full of batter on cookie sheet about 2 inches apart. (I use a 1/4c cookie scoop)
  4. Bake for 6-88 minutes. When you pull the cookies out of the oven, slap the cookie sheet down on the counter to bounce the cookies off the cookie sheet – this allows air to get under the cookies and help them set.  Let cool on wire rack. 
  5. For icing, mix together powdered sugar, lemon juice and milk. Once cookies cool, drizzle icing on top of cookies. For this step – I used 3 cups of powdered sugar, 1 lemon of juice, zest of 1 lemon and 1/4c of milk.  But I like my icing to set fast and be really thick!

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White & Greens for Easter

Easter is right around the corner and I love it!  I was just telling a friend this week that Easter is probably my favorite holiday to cook for and host.  Why? It’s your first foray into springtime.  You get to dust out all of the whites and greens and pinks and bright fun colors for the first time since… well, last summer!  

Every year I like to change it up with my table (and I have had some fun tables in the past).  But this year I decided to go with chambray, whites, and greens.  I loved how it turned out.  The only thing I bought were the brown wicker chargers.  They were like $2 a piece at Homegoods which I thought was a great buy! 

Pro Tip: Always go for a place setting of 8 when purchasing things.

I used fake flowers for my centerpiece for the month leading up to Easter and will have fresh white flowers on Easter – so I will update this post to show you the flower box I do for the table for this weekend. 

One question I get a lot is how do you host 15+ and only have a table for 6?  

While this table is set so perfectly now, on Sunday I will seat 8 around this table and will have 2 additional square card tables to seat 8 more (one table will actually sit in my living room. Those two tables will have take flowers and will not have matching plates because I don’t have enough 🙂 

Another question I get a lot is if I set the plates at every place setting when do people get them. 

What I like to do is set the table with a charger and a salad plate.  That salad plate is the plate I have people use for appetizers.  So when they arrive, I direct them to grab a plate from the table (that way they can put coats phones, etc.. down at ‘their seat’) and get their appetizer.  At that point they can also grab their glass and fill it with a drink. 

Bottom line: Entertaining is easy.  You have these things and at it’s core – you have a table!  Invite people over and have fun! 

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Easy Easter App You Can Set The Table With

Easter is right around the corner and whether you are getting ready to set the table for a lunch with your family or having a Spring Time brunch with your friends – you will LOVE these quick tips to make hosting your party easy!

I love all things parties and food! But one thing I can not sacrifice is ease. I do not want to be spending a ton of time or energy setting up for a party because it doesn’t have to be difficult.

That being said I have 3 easy tips for an easy party in minutes.

First: Flowers are everywhere in the spring.

You can buy them anywhere from a garden nursery to your local grocery store. But my hack… invest in some fake flowers! They make an easy transitional tablescape that will help fill the space and look really spring-y and festive.

Second: I love these Turkish Towels as a table runner or table cloth.

Really these were intended to be used as towels
on the beach or at the pool, but I think they are great on a table!

Last – let’s talk about this appetizer.

I like to pre-portion my apps for my guests. But if you didn’t want to do pre-portion, you can just set out the app ingredients and have everyone fill their own carton.

The carton is actually just a cardboard egg carton I have cut into 2 sets of 6. I love these Happy Egg containers because they are bright yellow! How fun are they!

I do want to make one call out – per the FSIS they say that egg containers should be single use packaging. I used a kitchen safe bleach and hot water to clean mine and then let them dry. However, please do this at your own risk and I am not in anyway saying this is safe and you should make your own judgement call. Another option is to use mini cupcake liners inside each egg holder to protect the food.

And I love that the eggs are brown because I know they are just a bit more fresh and they add nice color to the appetizer! Always about presentation right?? Ha.

In this carton what I’m serving is 3 dips, I have 2 hummus and a guacamole, bread sticks and veggie sticks for dipping, and a medium-boiled egg. If you like deviled eggs.. you can substitute with that really simple by purchasing pre boiled eggs and just making the inside mixture.

For the medium boiled egg – I boiled it for about 6 minutes and then using this egg
topper I’m going to show you how to take the top off.

How to use an Egg Topper:

  • Pop it really hard
  • While holding the bottom of the egg – Move it around and make sure the egg is
  • Pull off the top. If you have trouble you can use a knife to help pop it off.

Stick it in the carton and dip the breadsticks. Again, medium-boiled egg not your thing… add another dip or a deviled egg and make this carton your own.

Isn’t that easy! Ready in minutes and best part… you throw away the carton after you use it!

I want to see your creations so as always connect with me on Instagram! I love seeing everyone’s creations and answering questions you have! Don’t forget to comment below and share your creations with #atabletopaffair

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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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