|Candace Mayeron makes a gorgeous setting for a Thanksgiving table!|
|Another Asian inspired setting by Eda Bierman|
Figuring I would not run into any of the people who had set tables (they would be taking them down at 11:00 that night, & this was still early in the afternoon) I felt I was safely avoiding running into anyone who wanted to take me to task on the judging of the tables. A woman approached and asked me if I was a reporter. I explained that I was not, and told her who I was with regard to the tables. I was busted! She immediately said she had entered one of the Thanksgiving tables and that her friend had done an Asian table.
|Candace Mayeron at the table she recreated for me|
|Eda Bierman's Chanukkah table|
|Candace Mayeron' created this table for the fair. This was done without the first course in stemware, as shown in the earlier photos, so no stemware would be required on the plate, nor would the spoon to the right of the knife be necessary.|