Even before your first boyfriend entered the picture, you may have dreamt about what your wedding would look like. Perhaps it was filled with hundreds of guests, a Vera Wang gown, fireworks, a castle, private estate, or the Plaza Hotel, decorated birch trees,
You’ve planned the dramatic entrance to the ceremony and the grand announcement as Mr and Mrs when you enter the reception, but have you planned for a spectacular exit? As a previous wedding planner and photographer, I’ve attended hundreds of weddings and was
Sydney (cocktail contributor extraordinaire) created “Gin & Roses” and even though it might be considered more of a summer drink, it tasted too good to wait until next summer to include it on the blog.
When I think of my great-grandmother, my memories are flooded with her fondness of family dinners and at every one of those dinners, serving her favorite cocktail, the”Grasshopper”. Laughter, joke telling, and funny stories are what comes to mind when I remember my
Cookbook: Dinner, Changing the Game by Melissa Clark First, please buy this cookbook. You won’t be sorry as the recipes are easy and delicious! I’m not a big pork eater but
There is a real advantage to having a professional bartender in the family such as your bar is always stocked with the good stuff, you have a built-in bartender for parties, and you get to try deliciously crafted new drinks!
My daughter Sydney, the bartender, recently moved back to Tahoe and I asked (more…)
I found this Shrimp Fettuccine recipe on the internet, however, there was no credit given to the original author. If this is your recipe, please let me know so I can give you credit for your hard work in coming up