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Fall Football Luncheon

Over at one of my favorite design blogs, Tobi Fairley is talking about a football party.  Not a tailgate party, but a classic football luncheon.  This would be fun for ladies to do at home while all the husbands use the tickets for the big game.  Or for several couples to do while their team has a road game.  





Here it is, Tobi Fairley's Entertaining Extra: Fall Football.  The party idea comes from the gorgeous book, The Collected Tabletop: Inspirations for Creative Living, by Kathryn Crisp Greeley.

I think this idea is fabulous and fun too...a S'mores Creme Brûlée


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