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Our Favorite Corporate Gifts

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Whether you’re sending gifts to colleagues or clients, it’s important to make a good impression. There’s nothing that impresses people more than the most delicious foods from around the country. We’ve chosen our favorite corporate gifts that we’re sure your clients and colleagues will love. Don’t forget to get something tasty for yourself while you’re at it! 1. A Taste ... Read More »

4 Hostess Gifts to Impress

Red and green Christmas macarons

With so many holiday parties to attend, you’ll probably want to bring along an offering for your generous host or hostess. Sure, wine is a great choice (who doesn’t love wine), if you want your gift to be immediately forgotten. Instead, opt for a hostess gift so memorable that your host/hostess will have to call you and ask where you purchased that ... Read More »

4 Tips to Hosting a Unique Holiday Party

Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecake

You’re bound to be a guest at a slew of holiday parties over the next month. Our guess is that it will just be a montage of the same thing over and over until you can walk into your next shindig and give a play-by-play of every single thing that will happen. You don’t want to host a predictable holiday ... Read More »

The Home Chef’s Guide to a Simple & Satisfying Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Table of Contents Introduction Planning Is Everything Plan It All Out Menu Planning Effortless Apps Go All-In for the Grand Finale Schedule It All Out Make Lists, Lots of Lists Get Technical Keep a Record for Next Time Conclusion Introduction If your family is anything like mine, Thanksgiving is all about the food. Sure, there’s also catching up with the ... Read More »

How to Pull Off the Ultimate 4th of July Feast

Fourth of July

1. Introduction 2. Invites and Evites 3. Food and Drink 4. House and Garden 5. Fun and Games 6. Conclusion 1. Introduction Whether you’re planning a meal for four or a meal for 40, “festive” is the word of the day when it comes to the 4th of July. It IS a party which celebrates the birth of an entire ... Read More »

Mother’s Day Dinner at Home? With Food by Mail, Yes!

Food by mail

Mother’s Day brunch at a local restaurant or hotel? Been there, done that… and so has pretty much everyone else. In fact, while brunch, lunch or dinner out may sound wonderful in theory, in reality, it may not feel nearly as special when you factor in that Mother’s Day is the year’s most popular holiday for dining out. Which begs ... Read More »

Expert Interview Series: Aliza Kline of OneTable About the Formality, Fellowship, and Food at Modern Day Shabbat Dinners

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Aliza Kline likes to build things; she serves as the founding executive director of OneTable, a new online and in-person community for millennials to end their week with intention and create unique Shabbat dinners. We recently caught up with Aliza to learn about the Shabbat tradition as well as the delicious foods which are often found at Friday night Shabbat ... Read More »

5 Tips for Serving Up a Festive Brunch This Easter

Easter

Easter brunch is a beloved tradition. Unfortunately, for many hosts and hostesses, it can sometimes end up feeling more stressful than celebratory. However, it is possible to wow your guests without wiping yourself out, and we can help. Read on for five tips aimed at helping you pull off a surprisingly simple yet sublimely scrumptious Easter brunch this April. 1. Plan ... Read More »

Explaining the Top 4 Easter Traditions

Easter

A magical bunny who visits houses in the dead of night and leaves pastel colored eggs hidden on your front lawn. The dying and decorating of Easter eggs. Parades and the donning of festive bonnets. Considering that Easter is a religious holiday, many of its customs seem decidedly secular., not to mention slightly random. Which begs the question: How did these ... Read More »