I love having fresh flowers around the house and I put them everywhere – they make me so happy and brighten things up. While I try my best to make the perfect flower arrangement, I always feel like there’s something I’m missing. To solve this problem, I recently hired Maurice Harris, the owner of Bloom and Plume, to give a few friends and me lessons on how to make the perfect arrangement.
Here is part two in my guide to a healthy kitchen with lessons from cooking teacher extraordinaire, Pamela Salzman.
I want to introduce you to my amazing cooking teacher – Pamela Salzman. I host a cooking class at my house with close friends once a month with Pamela. She teaches us about seasonal, organic, cooking and has so many amazing tips about nutrition and overall health.
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.
Since we are in Mexico for our holiday vacation, it felt like the perfect time to share Tanner’s birthday party with you. He just turned three in October and I wanted to do something really small…
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 […]
I was first introduced to the amazing Alice Waters when my friends Jessica and Jed gave me her book, In The Green Kitchen. It has recipes from other great chefs and it gave me a good foundation for cooking. I learned lots about technique, which was and still is new territory for me in the […]