Jan 14

3 Hearty Chili Recipes

2017-02-03T16:12:03+00:00 By |Fall, Recipes, Recipes and Entertaining, Winter|0 Comments

Pulled Pork chili from How Sweet Eats blog

Photo: Jessica of How Sweet It Is

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.

Nov 14

Recipe: Annette Joseph’s Roast Chicken

2017-02-03T16:12:10+00:00 By |Entertaining, Entertaining Experts, Fall, Recipes, Style Tip, Winter|3 Comments

Annette Joseph's Roast Chicken recipeAs 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 coaches us in preparing an elegant Sunday Night Supper centered around her Roast Chicken recipe. The theory behind this special meal – warm, comforting food that is fairly simple to make, delicious, and brings everyone to the table for an enjoyable conversation. We know you can duplicate her dishes with little effort, bringing the tradition of Sunday Night Supper to your home. 

Jan 28

Game Day Gourmet Buffet by Dennis Dean

2017-02-03T16:13:02+00:00 By |Fall, Recipes, Recipes and Entertaining|3 Comments

 Game Day Gourmet Party

Whether you’re anxiously counting down until kickoff or just in it for the halftime show, chances are you’re planning to watch the big game with family and friends. So why not make it memorable? Think outside the pizza box and serve a slightly more elevated fare that will score big points with your guests — foodies and football fans alike. We asked veteran Atlanta caterer, Dennis Dean, to prepare an unforgettable, if atypical, Super Bowl party menu. Steal one or two recipes or take the menu all the way for a touchdown.