The title alone of Marc J. Sievers’ book, “Table for Two,” made me instantly want to befriend its author.
Dining is a conversation. The table is a blank slate to set the tone, pace, and mood with a tablescape. The setting is also often the first topic of conversation, the one that brings family and friends together around the table. [For achieving this,] “Table for Two” has gorgeous photography and some valuable tips.
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