Believe me, I have future plans for all those delicious Thanksgiving leftovers! Maybe some of these recipes will work for you, too.
Leading up to Veterans Day, our Mercer Island WA grandsons are learning family stories and making veteran “leaves” for their school’s Veterans Day Tree.
What glorious food we enjoyed during our New Year’s Eve progressive dinner! Take a look at the Spanish fare – you might want to buy the cookbook!
Including handcrafted items is my way of making food gifts personal. Here are five quick & simple recipes that make great additions to a charcuterie board and include treats for gluten-free and vegetarian preferences.
Take a peek inside our Italianate 1876 Fixer Upper decorated for the holidays!
The big time-saver here is using packaged wonton wrappers for the pasta!
Fabric painting is something I’ve really enjoyed doing with my grandchildren. This time, Bridget & I made a dozen cloth napkins for her Thanksgiving table.
Madison Regatta weekend sure put us in the mood to celebrate the birthday of America!
We give our New Year’s Eve progressive dinner in Madison, Indiana 5 stars for great friends and great food!
If you hang stockings as a Christmas tradition, what’s the story behind your family’s treasures? Are they a mix of old and new? Are they handmade? Did you find them in a catalog or fall in love with them at a favorite shop?