fwo | christmas brunch and christmas pajamas

  1. Carol says:

    As much as I love planning the holiday menu, I think I love planning the tablescape even more! I always wanted the Spode that you have, but never acquired it, however, a couple years ago I found some Kate Spade plates with a white center and a 2 inch border of red. This year I’ll use some silk-like evergreen napkins from Pier 1 that I found hiding in a drawer of the china cabinet and haven’t use in ages and I’ll use a red structured metallic bow for napkin ring. I bring out my red Fostoria goblets and my vintage red tumblers and use the sterling set my aunt left me. I’m still ruminating on what place mats……….I have some great red/black plaid that I’ve used the last two years, but trying to think of something different still.
    I so enjoy your tablescapes and styling tips! Thank you!

  2. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Merry Christmas Beth, Oscar, Ollie, Pax, and the whole family! Y’all are a BIG part of our week out here. Love and hugs to all!~

  3. Leu2500 says:

    The cutlery bag idea is very cute. If one wanted to be a little crafty, one can buy burlap & other bags at Nashville Wraps. They are a great packaging company with really fast service.

  4. Lyn says:

    Makes me hungry just to look at those pictures. We normally spend Christmas eve and stay overnight at our daughter and her husband and granddaughters’ home. For Christmas eve they serve some delicious homemade soups, with all the fixings, and our son-in-law is a craft beer expert, and we do beer tastings. For Christmas day brunch our daughter fixes a large egg and sausage casserole like Beth’s. Their menus are easier on them with little children because it’s all pretty much do ahead.

  5. Francesca B. says:

    A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you Beth and to your family and to beautiful Oscar! Absolutely love seeing your posts daily; thank you for the sunshine. Hugs and love:)

  6. Lauren says:

    It all looks wonderful! Just want to add one caution….I know it says to take the casserole out of the fridge 30 minutes before baking in a pre-heated oven. This is so important or the casserole will crack going from cold to hot. I have a similar recipe and I put the mixture in the fridge in another container and transfer to my baking dish….yes it makes one more thing to wash but saves a mess with a cracked casserole, no brunch and tears over a favourite Christmas casserole being broken

  7. Cheryll says:

    Merry Christmas blessings to you, Oscar, Ollie and your whole family. I love the Spode china and have several pieces which I blend with a less expensive similar pattern. Have made a similar casserole many times over the years. This year there will be only my friend and me as Covid is preventing getting together with my son and family in another state. But my house is decorated, and Christmas is with us wherever we are.

  8. Deanna says:

    Hi Beth! I do a similar breakfast casserole, but looks like you make yours in that wonderful round holiday casserole dish. Lightbulb moment! LOL. Love your style tips, for women, and the home. Best to you, Oscar, Ollie and your two-legged gang this holiday season.

  9. Linda Pietrucha says:

    I really am glad a friend told me about you. Your style, is one I can wear.

    Thank you, Linda Pietrucha

  10. margarita wilson says:

    May you have a wonderful Xmas and enjoy the holidays finding joy in the small pleasures life has to offer during these trying times. Stay safe and take care so that you may continue to inspire your followers for many more years to come!

  11. Eve says:

    Beautiful table and the recipe is comfort food. You look really pretty in your lounge wear & Oscar makes a very handsome companion. My husband is in hospital but improving fast so I’m hoping he can be home for Christmas. Have a wonderful and blessed holiday, Beth. Thanks for sharing your beautiful home.

  12. RORY says:

    I have that recipe and my family LOVEs that casserole. Nice pjs with the sweater. Beautiful table and as always beautiful puppy.

  13. Vicki Gurley says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, Oscar and your family! I started reading your blog this year and especially look forward to Fridays with Oscar. Thank you and best wishes.

  14. Have a wonderful holiday week and a joyous Christmas with your children. Oscar too! Thanks for your sensational blog….fashion, food, and how to be comfortable with who we are. ❤️🙅❤️

  15. Judie says:

    Thinking of trying your recipe. Just wondering why you showed the bag of flour in your photo of ingredients? Thanks so much and Merry Christmas!

  16. Mudra says:

    Beth, thanks for a great year! After Christmas, please show us where/how you store all those cute holiday/seasonal tablescape items! I have quit buying because I have no more room. Help!

  17. Betty says:

    Merry Christmas Beth! 🎄🎅🦌My PJs are ready! Your casserole looks delicious! – I have to say- you & Oscar have the same smile in that last pic! Oscar is such a handsome dude!! 🎀🐕‍🦺☃️💖
    Happy holidays! 🎀🎀

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