As an adult I still love DIY projects. Saying something is DIY is just a grown up version of arts and crafts. Yesterday I invited a few friends over, and we spent our Sunday dying Easter eggs – it was a fun, mindless activity and I loved getting to feel like a kid again. Whether you’re an adult, a kid or somewhere in between this spring craft is fun for the whole family.
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I am from New Jersey, where anything you can possibly imagine can be served on a bagel. This is the perfect brunch spread because everyone can assemble their own bagels.
For this gathering of family and friends, I paired with American Lamb for a Mediterranean style BBQ.
Kylie Everett Mazon & Aaron James Chambers - June 1, 2018
There’s such an ease about being at brunch with your close friends. You can sit around and eat, drink and laugh all morning without realizing that any time has passed.
Seeing other women turn their creativity into full-time or even part-time careers is incredibly inspiring especially when we all bring such different skills to the table.
Eating oysters can be intimidating – and shucking them can be even scarier! But once you get the hang of it, it’s fun and you feel accomplished. Learn all about the various types of oysters, how to shuck them and how to throw an oyster party of your own.
This hummus trio crudité is one of my favorite “Instagram-worthy” spreads to bring to any summertime social gathering.
The day after our “create” dinners I sit back and think of how inspired I am by all the women that I met the night before. Each person brought their own talent and story to the table and it’s always nice to meet new people.
So that you don’t show up empty handed for your Super Bowl party, I have put together a recipe guide perfect for watching the Super Bowl or for participating in any other game day.
For the third edition of our creative collaboration dinner party we decided to put a holiday spin on things, but without going too over the top.
Telling people that I am in a book club makes me feel like more of an adult. It is as if saying the phrase “we read that in book club” would make people turn around and think to themselves, “wow if she’s in a book club where she can commit to reading a book every month she must really have her shit together.”
You know how it is when friends - and friends of friends - come together and everything just works? That is exactly how Dinner No. 2 went. Everyone chatting, laughing, networking under twinkling lights in a beautiful backyard in Los Angeles.
Last week I had the opportunity to join a group of creative women with varying skill sets for a small dinner party.
This past weekend I co-hosted a friend’s birthday party on the roof of an apartment complex in downtown Los Angeles. Check out my menu and tips here!
Cheese boards are an art form that involves much more than throwing some cheeses and crackers on a plate and serving it to guests. While any sane person will still love whatever cheese and crackers you serve, I’m going to help you impress your guests. Trying to narrow down my favorite cheeses is like trying to tell you my all-time favorite television show; there are just so many good choices. With television, sometimes I’m in the mood for a comedy, other times a crime show or drama. The same goes for cheeses; sometimes I need some firm Parmesan and sometimes I need some super creamy Brie.
My team isn't playing in the Superbowl this year (go Patriots!), so this year I can focus more on the food. No game day party is complete without a selection of wings, burgers, nachos, dips and pizza. The more greasy food, the better. Check out some of my favorite game day recipes here!