This year we had the idea to do a sort of “Nobu-at-home” night for Valentine’s Day and make our own versions of dishes served at a high-end sushi restaurant like Nobu to continue our tradition of cooking together at home on February 14th.
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Anyone else out there over-eager for the holiday season and planning their holiday meals too? It’s never too early to plan!
Instead of going out to an overbooked restaurant and sitting jammed at communal tables overhearing other people’s conversations, and paying for overpriced holiday tasting menus, try staying at home with your loved one and making dinner together.
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.
This Thanksgiving we are doing things a bit differently than we normally do. This year we are heading to Alabama for the Iron Bowl, Alabama’s football game against its in-state rival Auburn.
While cookies are good all year long, I especially love baking dozens of Christmas cookies with my mom; both of us in the kitchen, covered in flour, the oven warming the house, surrounded by cookies of all types. It has been a tradition of ours since I was young. Of course everyone has their favorite type of cookie that we have to make sure that we bake. Can’t forget about anyone! I swear as hard as I try, and even when we do the exact same thing, my mom always makes the cookies taste better! She likes to joke that it’s the extra love she puts into them.
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