We’re delighted today to introduce one of our favorite food bloggers and a fantastic talent in the kitchen, Bree of the blog, Baked Bree. This gal knows how to pull together a delicious meal, and in honor of Mardi Gras, she’s shared with us her recipe for New Orleans-Style Jambalaya.
Super Bowl Sunday is around the corner, so we’re planning our game day spread. For big get-togethers, we love hosting a pot luck, that way each guest can bring their own favorite and no one person is saddled with all of the hosting responsibilities. Below are our favorite ideas for bringing along a simple, but crowd-pleasing dish.
Maybe you’ve heard – it’s cold out there … pretty cold. Okay, really cold.
In bitter winter months like these, we love curling up on the couch, fireside, with a hearty bowl of soup. There’s really nothing else like it! So today, we’re sharing three chili recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers to help you get through this (record-breaking!) winter. Try them out and let us know which one’s your favorite.
As a stylist, Annette Joseph is well known for her flair with food prep and presentation. Her motto is “make it simple and make it gorgeous.” In this excerpt from her new book “Picture Perfect Parties,” Annette uses all white dish ware, flowers, and decor to create a wintry entertaining space that is perfect for ringing in the New Year.
Annette Joseph is a stylist and entertaining expert, known for her flair with food prep and presentation. We’re delighted to share another recipe from her new book, Picture Perfect Parties. This Porcini Mushroom Risotto pairs wonderfully with Annette’s Roast Chicken recipe.