Entertaining Ideas and Inspiration From Linda Smith Davis - New England Fine Living
This Brie and cranberry tartlet recipe is so easy and has been served on several occasions.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas arriving faster each year, I appreciate simple holiday decor touches that are easy to put together.
Why wait until after Thanksgiving to enjoy a turkey sandwich with all of the fixings when you can make up and serve Thanksgiving turkey sandwich sliders as part of the meal? I did just that when entertaining a crowd for a Thanksgiving brunch.
As part of a holiday meal, mini roasted red potatoes, with diced rosemary, was prepared in advance giving time for the flavors to meld together.
For those of you who have dealt with spattered candle wax on walls, mirrors, and furniture tops, you're not alone! I for one am guilty of blowing out candles then having to go back and clean up the wax droplets that I caused.
Each year, for almost my whole life, I have hosted a Halloween party of some sort. Sometimes they are at our home, while others have been hosted in old mansions or inns. This year, the Mr. and I hosted a Halloween costume party in our new old home.
You just found out company is coming tomorrow and you don’t have time to pull together all of the food. Ugh! What do you do? How about modifying store-bought or prepared foods and make a simple appetizer yourself? It is easy and you can do it!
After enjoying a watermelon, feta, and mint salad at the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, MA, I decided to whip up some appetizers for a small gathering at my home.
How to make a Bourbon marinade and how to grill Bourbon marinated steak tips.
Nora Murphy shares how to create a farmhouse brunch.