My good friend and tennis partner today was
telling me about her plans for celebrating
Rosh Hashanah with her family tonight:
her menu, her large family that would be
there, and all her preparations. It sounded
wonderful so I stopped by her house after
tennis to get a look. Iphone pics for you.
Her table was set with family heirlooms.
The best part, I think, was the tradition
started by her mother of gifting every
new member in their family with a
New babies, and new brides or grooms
were all presented with their own.
And here's the best part II. At each family
celebration they would use their goblets.
They would be dropped off ahead of time.
Each one was different.
Two tables were set up.
Her mother's silver tea and coffee set.
One with her mother's silverware and gold
The other with her mother's
This is Spode Copeland in the
Handled soup bowls ready to be filled
waited in the kitchen. Both sets
had matching soup bowls. So pretty.
White roses in the center of the tables.
One of the items on the menu was
the recipe and she hadn't tried it yet.
It will be served without the chicken
because it will not be an entree salad.
I hope it was a hit.
Cheers to Traditions!