A DRIVE DOWN a country lane on a glorious fall day reminds us how fortunate we are to experience all the seasons. Everyone has a favorite season of the year and a different reason for preferring that season! Life is made up of seasons, too. Just as we are now watching fall slip away and […]
Covington natives Jennifer Marie Senner, daughter of Michael and Darci Senner, and Paul Joseph Swett, son of Philip and Linda Swett, were married in a destination wedding at the Los Suenos Marriott in Costa Rica on February 14, 2016. DESCRIBE YOUR WEDDING STYLE IN THREE WORDS. Island Chic, Glam, Fun. WHAT MADE YOUR WEDDING SPECIAL?
DO YOU HAVE a favorite house or garden plant? This would be a great time of the year to make cuttings that you can share or gift to some of your favorite people. Cuttings is one of the easiest ways to grow a new plant from a mother plant while giving the mother plant a
Mini Beef Wellingtons I am a food blog makes 6 individual portions prep time: 1 hour cook time: 1 hour total time: 2 hours 1 TABLESPOON BUTTER 1 LB MUSHROOMS, FINELY CHOPPED 2-3 SPRIGS FRESH THYME SALT AND FRESHLY GROUND PEPPER 1 LB BEEF TENDERLOIN/FILET, CUT INTO CUBES SALT AND FRESHLY GROUND PEPPER 1
The Twelve Days of Christmas Something old, something new. I am always looking for recipes that I can use for entertaining and that will also double for gift giving. Voila, this new recipe I discovered for brown sugar rosemary walnuts and my old tried and true recipe for spicy Cajun pecans. Great to make
Verrines, a tiny taste with a big surprise. I like tiny things. I also like layers, colors, textures and waking up my palate with taste surprises. The verrine fits all of these criteria for a new food adventure for my taste buds and for exploring new territory in the kitchen. What is a verrine you
From Baker’s Royale Makes approximately eight 3 1/2 oz servings Ingredients: Caramel Mousse: 1 cup cold heavy cream 2 tablespoon sugar 1/4 cup plus caramel (recipe follows) Caramel Sauce: ½ cup granulated sugar 2 tablespoons water 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 6 tablespoons of heavy cream ½ teaspoons of kosher salt Apple Crumble: ½ cup diced
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THE CHILL IN THE AIR demands year-end duties in the garden. The holiday clean-up is the really important one. Who wants to put up festive decorations with a messy yard? Gather the family, get the rake and broom and get busy! Once all the dead annuals and perennials are removed and the leaves cleared away,
Pillows can add more than just comfort to a room. Whether you are brightening up a student dorm room, designing a new environment or adding excitement to an existing room, local retailers have a plethora of designs to suit all needs and pocketbooks. “Color and texture are vital in your room design. Using color, shape