Great Settings

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Clarkson Potter, 1996 - Cooking - 160 pages
What makes a great setting? For Peri Wolfman and Charles Gold, the best tables reflect the meal, the season, and the occasion. In preparing a great setting, Peri and Charley look first to where the meal is taking place and they provide inspiration for making any setting - from the dining room to the porch to the backyard - an ideal location for entertaining. Then they turn their hands to the place settings themselves, with ideas and advice for mixing old and new or simply starting from scratch. Ideas for centerpieces abound, reflecting the best of the season, and Peri and Charley have also provided recipes for thirty delicious dishes. A thorough resource guide points to dealers in new and vintage tableware across the country.

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About the author (1996)

Wolfman is Vice President in charge of Product Development for Williams Sonoma.

Gold is a noted commercial still-life photographer.

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