Fa la la la la laaa … la la laaa laaaaa I love Christmastime. The twinkle lights, the fresh evergreens, the music, the movies!! Oh, and don’t forget snow. It truly is the most wonderful…
Halloween is my favorite of all the holidays. Personally, I like to express the sentiments of the season by hosting a truly haunting fête.
In need of a last-minute Halloween party idea? This Halloween cocktail—the dark & stormy—is super quick and easy to make and it’s deranged melon ball accouterments can be put together just as fast, too. It beckons the title, the Dark & Spooky.
The most spine-chilling part? The melon balls become more deranged-looking as time passes and is bound to scintillate your guests. To top it off, they make for one perfectly sweet and spine-chilling snack. Muahahaha!
Who doesn’t love a good old-fashioned Sunday brunch? The summer heat (but mostly the humidity) have me guilty of wanting to retreat inside for a laid back (and air conditioned) gathering with my favorite foodies….
Hi there friends! Today is the second post of the Outdoor Extravaganza series and it’s all about entertaining and decorating. Thank you to our host Shauna for motivating and inspiring all of us as we…
Lately I’ve been pining over Asian-style soups. Wait a minute, who am I kidding?! I freaking love soup. I’ll find my way back to soup any day of the week, any time of the year….
When your Italian (I-ty for short) bestie asks you to teach her how to make pasta, it’s not only a universal delight, it’s destiny. Nicole and I didn’t mess around; we set up shop. She got’erself a brand new white Kitchenaid right off “the Amazon” and heavy duty sheet rollers to boot. An oft (and real darn good) cook, all the other necessities fell right into place.
The time had come to reign in our cultural culinary kismet.
Hi there friends! Welcome to the Seasons of Home Cookie hop, hosted by the talented Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired! Today I am sharing the MOST delicious recipe that is not only guilt free, it is also gluten free as well!!! If you love chocolate & coconut, then look no further than this post:).
Hi there friends! The recipe edition of Seasons of Home is back. Last time we shared all things apple for the sweet introduction to fall and this time it’s all about Thanksgiving side dishes! I am partnering with your favorite bloggers on this one and sharing 15 incredible recipes that will be sure to inspire your next holiday gathering. A big thank you to Ella Claire for once again hosting such a mouth watering event!
It was a twenty-four hour sojourn to Martine’s quintessential New England home with one of my best girlfriends, Connie, who introduced us. There we were, three fine women sitting alongside the Quaimbog Cove in Stonington, Connecticut, fully present, laughing often, and chit-chatting about life over good wine in each other’s much desired good company.
I don’t know about you, but this broad is a soup-all-year-round kinda gal. Recently, I took a work trip to Syracuse, New York with my bestie and fortuitously feasted on the best French Onion Soup I’ve ever had. There simply couldn’t be enough of that cheesy, perfectly bowl-covering crust. I love when I find my new city staples. Thank youuuu, Internet.
Hi there, Jessica here from JessicaBrigham.com sharing another delicious recipe. My Cousin Vinny quotes it best, “No self-respectin’ Southerner uses instant grits. I take pride in my grits.” I do declare, my kind sir, as do I. As do I. Ever since I caught the grit bug, never have I ever turned back.
I’m Jessica; it’s super splendid to meet you. As City Farmhouse’s new Food Contributor, I am honored (and over the moon) to share seasonally inspired monthly recipes with you all. Today I am sharing Butterflied Cornish Chicken with Carrot + Celeriac Fries.