Thanks to Michigan Ave Mag for featuring my fav holiday entertaining locales – these guys are still on this years list.
Tasting plates are one of my favorite ways to feed your guests. Such a surprise and pleasing to all.
Thanks to CS Brides for featuring one of my fav couples from last summer.http://www.modernluxury.com/brides-chicago/digital-archive
I couldn’t love in-home events more. So custom. So personal. No end time. Adding a mixologist teaching a cocktail lesson in the kitchen keeps guests entertained for hours!
Custom cocktail’s are most seen at the wedding – BUT why not have for the bride and groom at their shower?!
Not what you would picture right? Thinking dessert in a cup would be more cobbler in Mason jar-esque? Not this time. This beautiful creation by Chef Sarah Grueneberg of Spiaggia was served for an intimate dinner party of 12. Why a coffee cup? Dessert plates bore me – too expected.
This little gem represents a shoot done with Entertaining Company, focused on His and Hers wedding foods. On the left, a real beef slider with fries. And on the right – a Brownie Burger, complete with PomJuice ‘Ketchup’, Vanilla ‘Mayo’, and Shortbread ‘Fries’. While we pegged the girls for the…Read More
As part of a Chicago Celebrates Connecticut party theme, creating a menu that showcased both was most important – as was the presentation. So along with the New Haven Pizza, and East Coast inspired accompaniments, we have the Chicago Style Hot Dog and all its Mason Jar condiment glory. Neon…Read More
Chicago celebrates Connecticut with New Haven pizza – a style of Neapolitan pizza common in and around New Haven, CT. It originated at the Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, known as Pepe’s. This white clam version is always a hit (and my personal fav).
Chicago meets Connecticut for this rooftop celebration, resulting in these festive beverage options. Thirsty?