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Home & Design: 5 Easy & Affordable Kitchen Upgrades

April 27, 2018
Kitchen cabinet paint, Kitchen upgrades, home renovation

There are only a handful of moments that are pillars of a life.  Marriage, birth, graduation, and home ownership. With the state of the economy and the challenges millennials face, home ownership seems like a magical unicorn. Even those in a position to purchase a home find that what they can afford isn’t always ideal. […]

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Alcohol | Appetizers | Brands | Drinks | Entertaining | Holidays | Home | Party Themes | Product Reviews | Recipes | Tutorial | Wine

French Foodie New Year’s Eve Party

December 11, 2017
French, New Year's Eve Party, Wine, Cheese

While casually perusing my work emails, I came across a name that made my heart stop. Email sender: The French Ministry of Agriculture. My pulse raced and my brow dripped with sweat as I fumbled to open the fortuitous email. Was I discovered to be the lone surviving ancestor to a recently deceased vintner, thus […]

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Brands | Dessert | Entertaining | Holidays | Home | Kitchen Artillery | Party Themes | Product Reviews | Recipes | Sweets | Tutorial

Tailgating Tablescape Décor Hack

November 29, 2017
football, tailgating, tablescape

Versatility. Versatility is the word for the day. Take your tailgating party to a new fabulous level for your game day viewing pleasures. And the best way to do that? Light it up! I have teamed up once again with Jasco to use their Enbrighten Café Lights to transform my game day table to a […]

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Appetizers | Brands | Celebrity Chefs | Chef Spotlight | Dessert | Holidays | Home | Kitchen Artillery | Product Reviews | Recipes | Sweets | Tutorial

Ultimate Holiday Cooking Tool: The Hestan Cue

September 28, 2017
Hestan Cue, Apple Cobbler, Kitchen Tools

About once a week, I become overly ambitious in the kitchen. I pick a ridiculously difficult recipe from some Michelin-Star chef’s cookbook, purchase all the ingredients, and then proceed to slaughter the dish, usually burning it into crispy oblivion. And I cook for a living! Why can’t I produce even a semi-edible version of these […]

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