Our Thanksgiving countdown has begun! We’ve sent out invitations, started stocking up on the booze and started testing recipes.
Today is a holiday worth a day off of work and some fireworks around these parts: it’s National Sandwich Day!
The Fourth of July is upon us! And you need ideas to keep the masses happy while they’re dipping in your pool and drinking your beers.
July 4th is my favorite holiday. One, it’s my birthday!
Father’s Day is Sunday. Still shopping? We have ideas:
I’m still catching my breath from a whirlwind week that included “GMA”, “Dr. Oz” and a book party. Now I’m focused on the weekend. And what sandwiches to eat during the weekend.
Easter is this weekend. Got me thinking about my holidays of yore. It was usually the end of Spring Break, so I wasn’t too happy about that.
I made sandwich #227, heart-shaped brownie sandwiches with Ricotta cream cheese filling last year for E for Valentine’s Day. This year, I’ve got some other treats in mind.
[slideshow_deploy id=’8066′]Super Bowl Sunday is upon us! And you know what that means….Super Bowl Sandwiches!
I’m back from a week of wine, chocolate, sandwiches, goose, eggnog and French Fries in Florida. Now it’s time for a reset!
I am so behind on my Christmas shopping. I have not bought one thing.
I finally embarked on holiday activities. Shopping. Making holiday travel arrangements. Sipping on holiday themed cocktails. Martinis have olives in them. Olives are green. Green says Christmas. So, deck them halls.
Sorry for the intermittent posting this past week. I have been a bit overwhelmed with the holiday season. Or my lack of being able to enjoy the holiday season. I’ve been so swamped with work and social commitments, that I almost forgot that it’s Christmas. Until yesterday. I work right in Rockefeller Center, that’s the 47th […]
Somehow, after cooking a 20 pound turkey, greens, stuffing, homemade bacon jam and a sweet potato pie, the 300 Sandwiches house has no leftovers.
Friends, remember this when you ask what dish you can bring to our house for dinner tonight.
You’re having people over for dinner. Your table needs to be entertaining.
Three more days until a four day weekend and eating until we pass out on the closest available flat surface. Bring. it. on.
E and I are hosting our third Friendsgiving at our apartment next week. Since our first, we’ve gathered some good intel on how to host a kick ass holiday.
I’m going to set up my Thanksgiving tablescape this weekend. I’m obsessed with painted gourds for some reason, and want to incorporate black and gold shellacked pumpkins on my table to give dinner some shine. Metallic paint will also sparkle against candelight, too. I’m going to find some black and gold spray paint and some […]