Apple Cider Sangria Nov 24th 2015, 11:00, by Daniel George Apple Cider Sangria is the perfect way to enjoy sangria on a crisp Fall night!
Sangria is one of my favorite cocktails to make (and to drink) because there are so many different ways to make it, using different fruits, juices, wines and liquors, the possibilities are endless. It’s also one of my favorite cocktails to serve at a party, setting up a do-it-yourself sangria bar is a fun way to get your friends involved, and also give you a break from the bar!
London Hotel Review: The Halkin by COMO Nov 18th 2015, 11:00, by Lori Lange
This is the first in a short series about my travels to London, England. When I was trying to plan this trip, I Googled “London Hotel Reviews” and came up with very little. It’s impossible to travel to another country without some scoop on where to stay. I’m hoping reviews of the three hotels I stayed in will help you in planning your trip to London (someday!)
Location: The Belgravia district of London… not too far from Harrods and Buckingham Palace. This quaint, luxury 41 rooms/suites hotel is located off a major road on a quiet side street. It’s a 45 minute drive from London Heathrow Airport. Here’s the company I used for airport transportation: http://www.the-chauffeur-company.co.uk. I stayed three nights here in early November. The weather is often rainy at this time of year, but I got lucky- no rain!
If you’re anything like me, pumpkin pie is not your favorite. Are you with me, or are you a pumpkin pie fanatic? Here are 20 PIE RECIPES to help you with planning your holiday menus… and none of them are pumpkin-themed! Let’s eat pie!!
Thanksgiving Menu Plan Nov 14th 2015, 11:00, by Lori Lange
I’m so excited to share all of these delicious Thanksgiving recipes with you!
We got together with some of our favorite food blogs to bring you the ultimate Thanksgiving Menu Plan. These recipes are the best of the best from all of us, this menu is sure to make your Thanksgiving the tastiest ever! Check out the menu below…
I whipped this up for dinner last week, and as I was making it… my son was over my shoulder saying, “No celery! Don’t put curry in it! It’s going to be icky!” I told him to relax… that I knew what I was doing… and that he’d soon be begging me to have more than one. A lot of kids are weary of things with flavor (like curry) or texture (celery), and I just hope most parents out there are at least trying to give their kids a variety of foods to try so they can develop a healthy and varied palate. Food is awesome, so it’s a shame when people don’t want to try new things!