I love it when I can surprise our guests at our Christmas party. And every year my frozen vodka surprises someone! I love this technique and every year we use it to serve flavored vodka at our Christmas party.
I have a lot of great appetizer recipes. My favorite of all time is my Crab Cake recipe. It is amazing. But the recipe takes time and sometimes we all need an easy, go to, for sure appetizer. You know the kind you can throw together that tastes amazing and looks like you spent hours making it?
I am so excited to share the Best Appetizer recipe. It’s Honey Brie with Pomegranates. Why fo I like it so much? It is so easy to make and can be prepared when guests knock on your door. Plus these taste simply amazing.
Our Christmas party is in five days. And yes, I do cook all of the food. Our party is a big event, and it has grown in every aspect over the last thirty years. We invite all of our friends and family (and their children if they are friends with our children) and I cook all of the food. For about 200 people. And no, I am not a caterer. I just know how to plan a party. Today I can’t wait to share my biggest tip with you.
With Thanksgiving less than a week away, I teamed up with some very talented bloggers and we are sharing some of our best Thanksgiving recipes! These are the recipes we prepare and serve at our own Thanksgiving dinners. So they are tried and true and delicious. We have appetizers, a salad, a vegetable dish, a turkey, side dishes, a drink, and desserts.
The bloggers that I am joining today are Janine from Happy Happy Nester, Ashley from Modern Glam, Rhonda from Hallstrom Home and Becky from Becky’s Farmhouse. Be sure to read about the Giveaway at the bottom of this blog post!
Holiday traditions are one of my most favorite things I love about our family. We have a lot of traditions and every single one of us is adamant about honoring these traditions every year. Last year we added a new tradition. And it is called Pie for Breakfast.
I am so happy to be partnering with Portmeirion to create this beautiful table for this blog post.
Thanksgiving is about following tradition; Friendsgiving is about making new ones.
I know I have a lot going on this holiday season. I am a bit crazed but I kind of love it! So when the idea of hosting our annual Friendsgiving came up, I jumped at the choice to host again this year. I mean who doesn’t want a dress rehearsal for the big Turkey Day Celebration?