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Fine Dining Table Set Up
- A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.
- (Dining Tables) The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.
- A table on which meals are served in a dining room
- a table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"
- A set of equipment needed for a particular activity or purpose
- The way in which something, esp. an organization or equipment, is organized, planned, or arranged
- establish: set up or found; "She set up a literacy program"
- An organization or arrangement
- assemble: create by putting components or members together; "She pieced a quilt"; "He tacked together some verses"; "They set up a committee"
- raise: construct, build, or erect; "Raise a barn"
- A sum of money exacted as a penalty by a court of law or other authority
- all right: being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition; "an all-right movie"; "the passengers were shaken up but are all right"; "is everything all right?"; "everything's fine"; "things are okay"; "dinner and the movies had been fine"; "another minute I'd have been fine"
- money extracted as a penalty
- ticket: issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty; "I was fined for parking on the wrong side of the street"; "Move your car or else you will be ticketed!"
fine dining table set up - Mikasa French
Mikasa French Countryside 45-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 8
Mikasa's all-white Antique White is a light-yet-durable fine china body. The service for eight contains 8 each 10" dinner plate, 8" salad plate, rim soup plate, teacup and tea saucer, as well as one each vegetable bowl, round platter, covered sugar and creamer.
French Countryside from Mikasa graces any table with casual simplicity and a touch of class. Solidly glazed, the durable stoneware is a warm, creamy shade of white, suitable for year-round dining with linens in any color. A pattern of three raised ridges and scalloped rims graces each piece with subtle texture, except for the teacup rim, which is smooth. The plates show a substantially raised border, making them deeper than many plates. The rimmed bowl generously holds cereal, soup, or salad, while the teacup is perfect for morning coffee, with or without the matching saucer. Made of durable, chip-resistant stoneware, French Countryside dinnerware is safe for use in the microwave and dishwasher, may be loaded up with leftovers and placed in the freezer, and if desired may be placed in a cool oven and warmed up slowly.
A comprehensive 45-piece set for eight diners that includes a five-piece serving set, this set includes eight of each of the following: 10-7/8-inch dinner plate, 8-inch salad plate, 8-1/2-inch rimmed soup bowl, 8-ounce teacup, and 6-inch saucer. Rounding out the place settings are a 12-inch round buffet platter, generous serving bowl, and a creamer and lidded sugar bowl, both gracefully footed. Additional French Countryside accent pieces and accessories are available separately to set a fully coordinated table. --Ann Bieri
What's In the Box
8 place settings and 1 serving set. Each place setting consists of: 10-7/8-inch dinner plate; 8-inch salad plate; 8-1/2-inch rimmed bowl; 8-ounce teacup; 6-inch saucer. The serving set consists of: serving bowl; round platter; creamer; sugar bowl; lid. 45 pieces total.
213: Monumental R.J. Horner Figural Mahogany Set
Monumental R.J. Horner Figural Mahogany Dining Room Set. 12 Pc. Figural carved set includes a selection of the best American carved pieces of its time. The set is in a deep untouched original finish and in mint condition; the solid carving and variations, shown in each of these pieces, highlight the peak of one of the greatest furniture makers. Circa 1890. The 60" R.J. Horner Figural Mahogany Dining Room Table features massive legs with winged maiden busts, acanthus leaf carvings at the waist over a curved base with bell flower blossoms on the sides and hairy paw feet; solid deeply carved center pedestal, scroll carved apron with mythical lion's heads, stranded leaf and vine pattern with bows in between. Complete with 3 leaves measuring 14". Stands 31 ?" high. (Click on the image below to see details and close up photos) The R.J. Horner Figural Mahogany Dining Room Sideboard has large winged griffins supporting the bevel mirrored back, muscular mountain men with goat's heads at the waist, the 2 door panels have 3 figural putti in a medallion over a gargoyle head centered in scrolling floral, ribbon and leaf carving. 2 wide drawers with figural fronts and 3 smaller drawers set between the partitions with oversized lion's head pulls. The pierce carved crest has a center medallion with large winged putti and mountain men on the outside; complete with unusual paw feet, centered with faces. 95"H x 73"W x 29". (Click on the image below to see details and close up photos) R.J. Horner Figural Mahogany Dining Room China Cabinet. Beautiful double door bow front china cabinet with figural maiden busts over scrolling pilasters and acanthus leaf carving holding lion's heads on the front. The frieze has a pair of winged griffins with an urn in between foliage carvings and centered between lion's heads; pierce carved crest with center medallion, winged putti and eagle finials. 87"H x 55"W x 19". (Click on the image below to see details and close up photos) The R.J. Horner Figural Mahogany Dining Room Server has a pair of standing mountain men supports, the outside arm holds up the top, the inside arm hold a ram's head with drapery, scroll carving on the sides over a cluster of summer fruit with exposed feet and a serpentine lower shelf. The bow front top has a center drawer with a pair of winged griffins and an urn in between foliate carvings and centered between lion's heads; backsplash is topped with a pierce carved crest with a center medallion, winged putti and stylized fleur-de-lis corners. 61"H x 54"W x 23"D. (Click on the image below to see details and close up photos) Set of 8 R.J. Horner Figural Mahogany Dining Room Chairs with inverted medallion backs, figural maiden busts on the sides over acanthus leaf carving and swirling leaves on the thick crests; serpentine seat rails, carved cabriole legs and claw feet. The two armchairs are garnished with figural griffin supports carved with the finest detail. Losses to upholstery, frames are excellent! 2 Armchairs are 45" high and the side chairs are 42 ?" high.
Metro Magazine - Chef@Home brings fine dining to you
Chef@Home brings fine dining to you By Eliza Price for Metro Magazine “Wonderful aromas of great cooking linger to tempt you, your refrigerator is full of gourmet meals and your kitchen is left spotless. Easy.” Yeah, sure. Whatever. As unlikely as it may seem, it’s the mantra of what Chef Rick Barbata’s personal, “Chef@Home” service. His goal, he said, is to be the person to make people’s lives easier by bringing healthy food and the family connection back around the table. It may seem extravagant to entertain the idea of having your very own personal chef, but the affordability of the appetizers and entrees on your self-made menu may actually save you money. Barbata explained, “I’ve seen three bags of groceries cost $300. I can make two weeks worth of meals (20 entrees) for about the same price.” On the designated cook date, Barbata will arrive at your home with the freshest of groceries, along with his own pantry spice and cooking equipment. You will look through his menu of over 300 entrees and snacks and collaborate on a plan that suits you. Barbata allows his clients to call the shots. “People are sometimes trepidatious about having someone come into their home, but they are always so welcoming,” he said. One family has taken advantage of Barbata’s knowledge of international foods. “Right now I am working with one family that has asked for Latin food. So from the moment I walk through the door I can only speak Spanish, which is really helping to teach their children. And it’s a lot of fun!” Barbata has the experience and talent to cook anything, however you prefer. After growing up in Hollywood and working on movie-sets where he cooked three square meals for thousands, you can imagine he knows how to pay attention to dietary details, be it food allergies, dietary restrictions, vegan preferences or your mother’s favorite recipe. Nutrition and healthy choices are the focus of his business. “To ensure a lifetime of health there are some simple things everyone can do, said Barbata. “Stay away from the inside aisles of the supermarket where colorful processed foods live; include produce, beans, whole oats, grains and, (hold onto your seats people) pasta! You have to have carbs and bread in your diet.” In response to the curiosity of his clients, Barbata will describe his cooking techniques as he prepares each dish. Much like a show you would see on The Food Network, for the six-to-eight hours he is in your kitchen, Barbata will fully inform you so every full belly has a full mind to match. As of now, Barbata’s favorite cuisine to prepare, are really fast stir-fries. “I like quickness and the simplicity of using only a few ingredients,” he said. If you are interested in tasting some of his healthy creations visit Sophia’s Bakery on 81 Market Street…
fine dining table set up
A group of friends plan out a detailed heist that turns deadly when one betrays the other by taking off with the goods. Taking matters into his own hands, Sonny seeks out his revenge teaming up with the most dangerous mob boss in town to get back what is rightfully his. When he finally comes face to face with his longtime friend he will be forced to make a life changing choice.
Three lifelong buddies plan a heist, a slick little knock-over involving a courier carrying a briefcase full of gems. But folks, this is a Set Up: one of the robbers plans to take the goods for himself, a plot turn that leads to 85 minutes of reversals and revenge. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson lends his impassive style to the central role, with Ryan Phillippe as his opposite number and Bruce Willis as a Detroit mob boss who, as we learn in one of the film's infrequent attempts at "character," enjoys reading the sports section over breakfast in the morning. What possessed these actors to sign up for this collection of cliches and shootouts is difficult to fathom; Set Up manages to be both unoriginal and incompetent on almost all counts. Any heist movie that can't even get the planning-the-job sequence down (here we just jump right into the action) clearly has no clue about setting up its story, and the plot holes abound from there. Only the twists that attend the arrival of Willis's muscle man (Randy Couture) provide a few moments of wackiness. Director and longtime stunt expert Mike Gunther (Beatdown) has the zoom lens set to "hyper," and he can't do anything about Curtis Jackson's inexpressive presence. But 50 Cent isn't the real problem here. Nobody could save this mess of a caper. --Robert Horton