Posts Categorized: Thanksgiving

Apple Cider Sangria

Tis the season… for holiday cocktails! I can’t help myself, I just love enjoying a special beverage with my friends. And since it’s the season for creating cocktails that you can serve a crowd I thought I’d share a new favorite: Apple Cider Sangria! This drink is light and refreshing and oh so delicious… and… Read more »

Twice Baked Sausage Potatoes

Hosting a Friendsgiving this year? Or maybe you’re attending one? Either way, I’ve compiled my five best tips to make sure it goes off without a hitch. Check them out. Don’t forget the decor – Just because you’re not headed home to grandmas doesn’t mean you should mail it in on the decor. Show your… Read more »

Balsamic Roasted Carrots

Have you ever noticed how certain kinds of food become trendy? For a while brussels sprouts were EVERYWHERE. Then kale become the new “it” veggie. Because I’m a foodie nerd I always try and figure out what’s going to trend next and a couple of months ago I made my choice. I sent Jonathan a crazed… Read more »

Stuffin’ Muffins

I first made Stuffin’ Muffins several years back when I was working on a campaign for a stuffing brand. I had been tasked with coming up with new and cool ways to use stuffing and baking them up into adorable little muffin portions seemed like an awesome way to go about it. Watch the video… Read more »

Thanksgiving Place Setting

I don’t think it’s any secret how much a love a beautifully designed table.  Between my table decor posts and the two years I spent as the entertaining contributor for Traditional Home Magazine, it’s kind of become my thing. Which is why I’m here, doing a post on Thanksgiving place setting ideas for you. I… Read more »

Apple Cider Martini

We’re celebrating fall and the upcoming holidays with this delicious cocktail. It’s an Apple Cider Martini and it’s here to make all your parties just a little bit better.  Start by preparing the glasses. Run a lemon wedge around the edge of the glasses, this will ensure our sugar coating sticks.  Then dip the glasses,… Read more »

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