Richard and I dread going out for Valentine’s Day dinner every year. So instead, for the last couple years we’ve invited a group of friends over with their little ones for a casual dinner, which was super fun. Here’s what we did this year.
For Hanukkah, an intimate dinner for close friends and family at our house has become a tradition. It’s one of my favorite dinners and the entire family looks forward to it.
For our second post in our In the Vegan Kitchen series with The Chalkboard, we wanted to learn and share some delicious vegan Christmas dishes for all of you who are entertaining this holiday season.
This year, we hosted a delicious Thanksgiving dinner at our house for family and friends. Richard and I loved having everyone here and everyone left totally stuffed!
Inspired by my incredible husband – who’s been a vegan for almost a year! – Rip+Tan and The Chalkboard teamed up to do a series of posts over this holiday season called In the Vegan Kitchen. For our first class, the amazing Annie Campbell of Apres Fete came up with a delicious vegan menu for Thanksgiving.
Richard and I dread going out for Valentine’s Dinner every year. We never like the prefixed, fancy menus restaurants have and it can feel so cliché most of the time. Instead, last year we had close friends over for a fun, casual dinner, kids included, instead of a table for two.
Fall is my favorite time of year and I especially love the holiday season. Every year I look forward to decorating our house and hosting fun dinners with friends and family. This year we hosted a really fun Thanksgiving dinner at our house for close friends and their kids. The Menu Our menu was […]