When it comes to style, fashion and food, Holly Williams is a divine diva. Much more than the daughter of Hank Williams, Jr, she owns one of Nashville’s hippest boutiques, she throws amazing dinner parties and she rocks, literally. If you don’t believe us, check out Holly’s recipes and music picks for the perfect dinner…
The South is known as a foodie destination, but for the people who live here, that starts in their very own kitchens! Find recipes for dinner parties, weeknight dinners, and weekend brunches. We even have recipes provided by local chefs and tastemakers, including the best mint julep recipe EVER!
Easy appetizers that are sure to wow. From farm to table, this is the way to go.
I’m sure many of you have a “swear-by-it” recipe, but we wanted to find the best bottled Bloody Mary mix out there. After a blind taste test, we had an unanimous vote for BEST.
Oatmeal lovers know that this breakfast nosh is a year-round staple, no matter the mercury level. For a surprising and welcoming take on oatmeal, I present today’s recipe: Oatmeal Polenta.
I know it’s as popular as apple pie, but it is time to say bye-bye to artichoke dip. Forget that it’s easy to make, and yes, it’s inexpensive, but you have to admit it, artichoke dip is totally over-served and a tad boring. OK, I am going to put chips and salsa right there with…
f you can’t find some relaxation out of all the chaos of the holidays, is it really worth it? Check out these last minute recipes and wines to help out.
This is not an original idea since The New Yorker and CBS Sunday Morning do it, but I thought it would be appropriate to dedicate the entire week of posts to food in honor of Thanksgiving. So, here you have it, one cocktail and one side dish from both Liza and myself that we are…
Chili recipes just in time for Halloween!
I don’t know about all of you, but the ritual of grocery shopping, preparing supper and then cleaning up the kitchen afterwards, all in the quest of providing your family a decent (not even great) meal is getting on my nerves. Not only is it time-consuming, it’s a lot of work. So, when I walk
Dear StyleBlueprint, I have a pesto recipe that I am not too happy with. While I’m overflowing with basil this time of year, I’m not overflowing with love for my pesto. I’d love some ideas for revamping my recipe. Thanks! Anne, East Nashville. … Anne, I love pesto and can eat it straight on a