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Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul — Keep Cool And Have A Tapas Party

To keep cooking to a minimum—think tapas. in addition to the obligatory olives, try adding chorizo, gazpacho and more.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—For Mother’s Day, Let Her Eat Cake, As Much As She Wants

Mothers, step-mothers, grand/great grandmothers, and others who have filled-in-the-gap as mother figures have championed us in the face of adversity and their applause resonates loudest with our victories.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—A Flower Garden Tablescape With Some Surprises

Pastel-colored stemware, dinnerware in fresh yellow, crisp white, lime and sage green and hand-thrown turquoise pots highlight the natural greens in this fresh tablescape.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Some Like It Hot … Or Not!

Is a tablescape with brilliant fuchsia, burnt orange and cobalt blue too bright for spring?

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul — Shake Off The Winter Blues With Bold Colors

Hand-plated dishes from Japan and plates from Morocco create an exotic place setting with a mix of pieces from different places.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul — Dispel The Gloom With A Fiesta

Cold, rain, clouds, mud and more rain on the way. Brighten up the gloomy weather with a colorful fiesta.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Even Pizza Can Say Romance On Valentine’s Day

Try savoring your heart-shaped pizza on red dishes and hand-painted stemware.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Valentine’s Day Is For Everyone

Valentine’s Day is a celebration of special warm and fuzzy feelings, for many people for different reasons.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Try Sports Event Favorite Hot Dogs For The Super Bowl

Try serving hot dogs in a pit pocket to keep all the toppings from landing in your lap.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Table Settings For A Bright Shiny Year

It's all about the sparkle, twinkle, and mix of new and vintage bits and pieces, gathered to beguile, entice and ultimately draw guests into a bubble of celebration.
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