"At My Grandmother's Tables" explores how I got interested in hospitality and the world of china, glass, and silver. This "picture-filled" book shows all the tools of welcoming guests into a "special event"--and paints a picture of how the past can happily influence the way we live today. This book hopes to inspire others to keep traditions and cherished holiday customs alive. In the 152 pages you will find photos, recipes, menus, and recollections. Pauline Mae Hunter continues to influence how I plan and welcome guests.
Violet Edythe Gura Published November 30, 2010