It’s about that time of the month to start planning out your holiday menu for Turkey Day! Here are a few helpful tips and shortcuts to save time around the holidays so you have more time for cheersing with your loved ones.Read More
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This cocktail is a holiday drink recipe we actually created last fall. There are a few reasons why we love this champagne cocktail: 1) It is super simple to make, which means it takes minimal prep time. 2) The drink feels fancy even though it is just a two-ingredient cocktail. 3) It is festive for fall and an awesome Thanksgiving cocktail recipe to share with friends and family.Read More
If you're like us, you spend a LOT of time in your kitchen! We wanted to curate a list of very special kitchen utensils and equipment that we can’t live without in our kitchen that is more uncommon and you are likely missing in yours! Hint, Hint: This is also great for wedding registry ideas or a kitchen items list for a new home or housewarming! Get the full list in our post!Read More
It has been a goal of ours to road trip through New England for YEARS! Karen is obsessed with tracking all the states she has visited, and the Northeast seemed like a giant black hole in her progress. Somehow for the past few years, other travel got in the way and our New England plans got delayed. We did quite a bit of planning in order to find the perfect route through the New England states, including the best places to visit in New England and the best FOOD!Read More
Caramel apples are delish, but let’s get real, they are a major pain in the butt to eat. They are sticky, large and half of the time you end up with caramel on your nose and watery sugar dripping down your arm. After your first five bites, you’ve slobbered off all of the caramel and left with a plain ‘ol apple - not the most optimal dessert. We took all of the best flavors of a caramel apple and made it into a much easier-to-eat sundae! Guys, this dessert is a serious game changer!Read More
Now that the season is starting to change, we decided to come up with a fall cocktail: a new twist on a Hot Toddy. What’s in a Hot Toddy? Traditional Hot Toddy cocktails are usually made with four ingredients: whiskey, lemon, honey and water. We decided to take a Southern twist on this classic cocktail recipe by using Sweet Leaf original sweet tea and it is DELISH!Read More