Today we are diving into the Dinner Part Series with the At Home Tailgate. For those of us in the South, football isn’t a sport, it’s a lifestyle.
Taco night is ALWAYS the best night! Whether it’s in the dead of winter or a Summer soiree, there just isn’t anything quite as yummy. So, it’s only logical that part three in our Dinner Party series would be Mexican themed!
There is little I love more than my house filled with my favorite people laughing, drinking wine, and sitting around the table for hours. Charcuterie, cheese, and wine does just that, but it can be set up with a fraction of the time and effort it takes to put on a full meal. So here are the “essential” of a wine and cheese board.
Today is the start of our newest series, The Dinner Party! I’m so excited about this one, and I think sharing a few of my favorite tips, tricks, and menu items with you is going to be a lot of fun. My goal is to make this series easy for those of you who are entertaining shy or new to the whole cooking thing…
We are picnic people around here! When I heard it was National Picnic Month, I figured it was high time I shared a few of my favorite tricks and tips. We do most of our picnics on a whim, so I like to have a few things always on hand just in case it’s a really nice night out.
We are back with part three of our Summer Backyard Series, and I am so excited I can’t stand it. Ryan has been showing off his handy work in the last two posts that you can see here and here, but now it’s my turn. There is little I love more in life than entertaining.
First off, let me just preface this backyard DIY post with 1. This project was NOT done in a weekend! and 2. I did little to no work. I picked out flowers and pots… and that’s it. Ryan did this whole thing by himself with the exception of two days when he had a friend help him move rocks.