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What Goes Where? - The Art of Setting a Formal Table.
Diagram & instructions to help you create an impressive table for your guests. Use this Step by Step Diagram to set an Impressive table for you and your guests.
Your BUDGET. Your THEME. Your GUEST LIST.
Your BUDGET: No matter how big or how small, always stay within your budget.
Your THEME: Whether you want to throw a formal black tie affair or a potluck, stick to your theme. With so many options it’s easy to get distracted and end up with a party that doesn’t resemble your vision
Your GUEST LIST: Your guest list can make or break your event. Make sure to invite a diverse mix of people. Bringing your family, friends, co-worker, and casual acquaintances together will make for a stimulating evening.
Salmon is a super food because of its omega-3 fatty acid content. Studies shows that omega-3 fatty acids help protect heart health. That's why the American Heart Association recommends eating fatty fish like salmon twice weekly.
Quinoa is an ancient grain, easy to make, high in protein (8 grams in 1 cup cooked), fiber (5 grams per cup) and a naturally good source of iron. Quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) also has plenty of zinc, vitamin E, and selenium to help control your weight and lower your risk for heart disease and diabetes.
Eggs make the list because they are nutritious, versatile, economical, and a great way to fill up on quality protein. "Studies show if you eat eggs at breakfast, you may eat fewer calories during the day and lose weight without significantly affecting cholesterol levels," says Elizabeth Ward, MS, RD.
Kiwis are among the most nutritionally dense fruits, full of antioxidants, says Ward. "One large kiwi supplies your daily requirement for vitamin C," says Ward. "It is also a good source of potassium, fiber, and a decent source of vitamin A and vitamin E, which is one of the missing nutrients, and kiwi is one of the only fruits that provides it."