So good to be back at WFSB Channel 3! The producer of the morning show, Great Day @9A reached out and asked me to create a Thanksgiving table. I just couldn’t settle on one look, so I created two; one a bit more casual and the other classic blue and white. But both adorned with natural elements that can be found at your local market, nursery, and farm stand.

Since the segment was live, it went by in the blink of an eye. There was so much more I had planned to point out and explain.

So this Saturday, November 19th 11-6, at The Little Shop (11 Main St, Chester, CT), we’ll be all about entertaining for the holidays! I’ll be setting those 2 tables and sharing my tried and true styling tips. Bring in a photo of your dining room, and I’ll be happy to share ideas!

Enjoy the segment, and hope to see you Saturday!

Love, Nora

3 Comments

  1. Sharon Hennis on November 17, 2022 at 5:25 pm

    What a great segment! Thank you for sharing that with us!

  2. Ann on November 21, 2022 at 6:11 pm

    I just made Aunt Mame’s Cranberry Sauce..I have made it ever year since you first posted it and before you were famous. It’s now a tradition. My husband had to ”sample” it to make sure it tasted ok šŸ™‚ (still warm) with strawberry ice cream.

    • Nora on November 22, 2022 at 9:52 am

      Wow Ann! So very happy you love it…made my day!!! šŸ˜Š Thank you so much and Happy Thanksgiving! Love, Nora

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