bourbon peach cobbler

The peach. One of Mother Nature's greatest summer gifts. There's nothing like biting into a ripe, juicy peach. Whether you're eating it whole, slicing it into fresh cream, ice cream, or canning or baking, the smell of the peach reminds us that fall is on its way. Summer's last hurrah. We have paired our late … Continue reading bourbon peach cobbler

Classic Beef Kabobs

The three-day weekend is almost here and America's favorite way to cook for Memorial Day is on the backyard grill. Heat up the outdoors instead of the kitchen and create a memorable culinary experience that suits your guests and family's style, taste and love of the grill. The Beef. It's What's For Dinner. brand, managed by the … Continue reading Classic Beef Kabobs

margherita pizza

Weekend perfect, you can make the dough ahead of time or pick up fresh-made dough from your local deli. Have your hungry crew top their own pie with their favorite flavors. Late summer shows off Mother Nature's best work of art. Leaves become restless in anticipation of the fall dance, gourd foliage is in full … Continue reading margherita pizza

boneless ham with brown sugar pineapple glaze

A simple and delicious Boneless Ham centerpiece, plus a bonus side dish recipe, Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce It's that wonderful time of year again and coloring eggs for Easter baskets and creating festive games for the egg hunt adds more joy to the occasion. As we prepare for Easter Sunday and add sweets to the … Continue reading boneless ham with brown sugar pineapple glaze

DIY Mimosa Bar

Keeping Sunday simple with a delicious DIY Mimosa Bar As we head back to the office, weekends mean something again and the Sunday mimosa is back. Pour sparkling wine, your favorite juice, drop in some fruit, add a sprig of rosemary or thyme for garnish OR keep it simple with only a simple fruit garnish. … Continue reading DIY Mimosa Bar

CB2 unveils design forecast for 2022

This second-annual report offers interiors insights for the new year paired with a look back at what defined our homes in 2021. CB2 Last week, CB2 released its 2022 Next in Design Report to help guide those looking to refresh and refine their personal surroundings in this new year. The annual report, now in its … Continue reading CB2 unveils design forecast for 2022

seared scallops with pan sauce

Lovely and delicate, scallops are a delicious favorite to pair with great conversation and a chilled sauvignon blanc. A light salad, simple greens and crusty bread for the extra pan sauce, are excellent companions for this gorgeous dish. When prepping, note the scallops need to be as dry as possible. Blot delicately between paper towels … Continue reading seared scallops with pan sauce

how to make the perfect lemon curd

Lemon curd is a basic custard, meaning it's thickened by eggs. Although many curd recipes call for just yolks, I prefer to use a combination of whole eggs and yolks to add a bit of lightness. ~Claire Saffitz In late spring we are holding our first annual Family Lavender and Blueberry Tea. As I plan … Continue reading how to make the perfect lemon curd

Roast Chicken with Sage, Lemon and Garlic

Simplicity reigns with this flavorful, cold weather comfort food recipe In the months of October, November and December, we do everything so much bigger than we do the other nine months of the year. Our foods are more decadent, our cocktails are "sparklier", our decorating is much more colorful, we stay up, we shop, we … Continue reading Roast Chicken with Sage, Lemon and Garlic

garlic and herb roasted chicken thighs

Keep it simple - Roast dinners and one pot wonders are on the menu for January. Weeknight schedules get busy and life can whisk by in a flash. It's so tempting to sail in to the drive thru on the way home or use a meal delivery option once cozily inside the house, but it … Continue reading garlic and herb roasted chicken thighs