Part of the fun of Thanksgiving for me is having everything be as homemade as possible. It adds to the coziness of friends and family coming together simply for the joy of each other’s company.
Not having whole turkeys readily available where I live has forced me to try alternate protagonists for my Thanksgiving meal over the years.
I love setting the table, but it is extra wonderful during the holiday season. Whether you are going all out with family for Thanksgiving or just having a casual Friendsgiving in the next few months, add a little extra sparkle to your table with these fun, geometric mirror placemats.
Marrying a professional food and cookbook writer has made food a much bigger part of my life, but it’s always played an important role.
Clean slates. They’re daunting, challenging and invigorating, but most of all, they’re opportunities.
I don’t consider myself a clutter-bug by any means, but there are most definitely times in my life when I wish I could have a professional come into my home, really tell it like it is, and force help me to get rid of all of the things I don’t need.
Moving into a new space can be an exciting, yet daunting, endeavor. With a completely new space, the decorating possibilities are endless.
We all know that the holidays are a magical time, filled with love, laughter, warmth, and merrymaking.
Last weekend’s Renegade Craft Fair was like a wonderland of beautiful ceramics. If you collect and admire beautiful cups, mugs, planters and vases like I do, this year’s show was heaven.
I love a recipe that doubles as a homemade gift idea. This bubbly Pear Ginger cocktail from Project Sip includes a delicious flavored simple syrup that you can easily jar and give to friends as a DIY holiday gift.
When the holidays roll around, it can be difficult to find ways to make sure everyone at your table has something delicious (and safe) for them to eat.
The very first season of Top Chef holds a special place in my heart. It’s what inspired me to start cooking in earnest and it made me much more aware of all of the hard work that happens behind closed doors to bring food to our tables when we dine out.
Although time travel isn’t possible (so far!), Charlotte Cosby’s job seems like it might be the next best thing.
Hosting Thanksgiving has always seemed like a rite of passage for me—a true sign that one is, in fact, a real grownup.
I love Thanksgiving, and I am really looking forward to spending it with my family. My parents own a restaurant and growing up we always had a big dinner after the last of the restaurant diners had finished.
If you’re at all interested in the world of antique furniture restoration, you’ve probably encountered the name Christophe Pourny.
When life gives you lemons, you’re supposed to make lemonade, right? But what about when life (or a friend) gives you apples?
I’m nearing my 100th episode of my radio show, After the Jump, so for my final five episodes of the season, I’m focusing on the topics that are closest to my heart: family, tradition, culture, inclusiveness and the future of the creative community.
I love decorating for the holidays and always find myself exploring Pinterest for hours to get ideas.
It is that time of year when gatherings fill the best of our time, bringing in many baking and cooking moments.