Recipe For A Great Dinner Party

┬áThis last weekend, my dear friend Jana invited my husband & I to dinner at their house (always a special treat.) Her husband, daughter, and her daughter’s life partner were also there. We had a wonderful time. The conversation was great and the food was fabulous. Jana had been lovingly preparing this meal days in advance. Brian & I felt honored. When it came time for dessert, Jana had a surprise for us. You see awhile back we had been discussing favorite cereals from our childhood. Can you guess from the photo above what my favorite was/is? Jana brought out an elegant silver tray with beautiful glass dessert bowls filled with these yummy chocolate ┬ámorsels, an elegant glass picture filled with soy milk, and even a food tag that she created that said “Le Puffs de Cocoa”! After quite a bit of laughter all around, we dived in. I have to say, I’m still coo-coo for Cocoa Puffs! So following Jana’s brilliant lead, here is a recipe for a great dinner party:

Mix together loved ones, along with fresh wholesome ingredients. Fold in a generous amount of whimsy. Serve with love. Eat with passion.

Yield: 1 great time!

(photograph above was taken with Nikon D5000, ISO 400, 1/100, f/5, 35mm f/1.4g lens, Kim Klassen’s ‘serendipity’ texture layer)

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3 Responses to Recipe For A Great Dinner Party

  1. Robyn says:

    Love this!

  2. Kaylene says:

    What a fun way to end a dinner party, lovely shot and editing. Cheers

  3. debra says:

    What a hoot…and oh-so-lovely!

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