Entertaining in the Tiny House

Who says you can’t entertain in a tiny house? I just served dinner for six!

This weekend Brittany, the woman who built the tiny house I’m living in, came through town with her partner Dylan, an old friend of mine from college, so I invited three of our other college friends to join us. Before long I was hosting a dinner party for 6 in the tiny house!

It was an intimate affair considering that three of us women wedged our hips next to each other on the window seat. We moved the desk/table over to the window seat and pulled the leaves out to create a little more surface area for six plates and a bunch of food. I had two chairs inside the house but we borrowed another from my host house so that all six of us could fit around the table. There wasn’t much more room to move about and I think if we hadn’t all been good friends it might have been downright uncomfortable, but we had a grand time.

I made a lentil soup and picked up some tasty walnut cranberry bread and fancy cheeses. Dylan and Brittany brought wine and Lindsey made a lovely salad with fresh greens from the garden. Corey and Sarah brought a peach feta torte and a creme brulee stout that was mind-blogglingly delicious. We lit candles and told stories and laughed a lot.
As is the tradition in my house when we sit down for a meal, we all said something we are grateful for. I am grateful over and over again that so many people have helped to make Portland and this tiny house feel like home to me.
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4 Responses to Entertaining in the Tiny House

  1. Lyndsey says:

    I absolutely love your blog I started from Day 1 and I am enjoying reading through your stories, lessons, and experiences as you live the Tiny Life. I find it absolutely inspiring. I am hoping to buy a Tumbleweed Tiny Home in the next year and I cannot wait to get out of my seemingly massive studio apartment and live closer to my near and dear possessions. Thank you for your blog!!!

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