This super simple plum and thyme prosecco smash made with Luna Nuda Prosecco will have your friends begging you for more at your next gathering. Enjoy!
On my sister trip to Charleston this past June, I had compiled the most intensive itineraries. I wanted to be certain that there would be no shortage of activities to do in case of inclement weather or we tire of shopping so I threw in some things we don’t find ourselves doing typically in Atlanta,
Something about Fall produces an electricity in the air that I become addicted to. I wonder if it has anything to do with how the school year begins each year during the Fall and we’ve grown accustomed to viewing Fall as a fresh start. The leaves on the trees may be losing their life, but
It’s FALLLLLLL! Don’t mind the trailing letters, although they are not grammatically correct, they emphasize my excitement that flannel Friday’s can return and pumpkin flavored everything is starting to cross my mind. I shamelessly confess that I’ve have two cans of pumpkin currently stocked in my pantry for upcoming pumpkin recipes! While the calendar may proclaim
I can’t think of one greater food than cheese. It fulfills all the food necessities: filling, comforting, salty, sweet, texturally there are a lot of different varieties to satisfy whatever you’re craving. One of the most fun things to do is build a dynamic cheese board and make that the main dish to serve during
I’ve not yet been to Charleston when it rains. However, this past trek to Charleston wasn’t met with such sunshine luck as we had with previous trips and we found ourselves darting between rain drops into storefronts and wading through the market that quickly went underwater during the deluge. When we finally made it to our
We’ve lost the humidity in the city so I think that officially means it’s Fall, right? I know we have about two more weeks of “summer” but I’m already pulling out my sweaters, donning over-the-knee boots, and adding cinnamon and allspice to my seasonal breakfast bread recipes, like this peach walnut bread I made last
Whenever I have company over I’m always possessed to try out a new recipe and serve it to my guests. This particular occasion called for me to use some end of summer fruit to make a seasonal fruit bruschetta. Spoiler alert: it was delicious and a crowd pleaser.
Thank you JaM Cellars for sponsoring this post. Looking for Butter Chardonnay or JaM Cabernet near you? Check out our Store Locator! Just pop in your zip code. SUMMER IS OVER. Okay, well not officially, but unofficially it is with the passing of Labor Day, and we have to acknowledge that Fall is here. The
The beginning of this pie recipe doesn’t start like most. There were no nostalgic thoughts of grandma cooking something on Sunday morning after church nor a dreamy memory of picking blueberries in North Georgia with family a year prior. No, it started on a mundane semi-annual cleaning supply run to the store.
Have you ever passed by a Southern home with a front porch clearly visible and noticed the ceiling painted blue? Truth be told, from an outsider’s perspective it seems to be an odd thing to want to paint a ceiling blue, but once you come to notice one with the light blue shade, you’ll find that