“Entertaining Tales From Chestnut Cottage”: Shades of Green Part III

north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley shows how to entertain with irish treats

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

To end our little “Shades of Green” entertaining, I will leave you with our menu from last Saturday evening… just in case you might want to do some entertaining this weekend!  I looked at  my fruit and vegetable bowl on the  kitchen counter last Saturday morning, and found it overflowing with heirloom tomatoes and ripe, juicy peaches!  So, my menu for the party started at that bowl…

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

 I will leave you with my favorite Tomato Basil Pie recipe,  that I continue to “tweak”  each year.

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

As I say often…I am not a professional photographer…but this tomato pie was definitely yummy!

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

 And my basil at Chestnut Cottage is still going strong.

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

Entertaining Tales from Chestnut Cottage presented by kathryn greeley designs

 What a treat to combine the basil with all of this year’s lovely heirloom tomatoes.  I need to get busy and make pesto!

Enjoy, go out and find your own “shades of green”,  and have a lovely weekend!

north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley author of the collected tabletop high point market

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