Thanksgiving Board with Sassool
Hi, friends! Hope you are loving November (aka the best month of 2020) as much as I am. With Thanksgiving coming up in a couple of weeks, I am looking forward to taking a few days off to spend time with my family. For this post, I partnered with Sassool to create a Mediterranean board that would be perfect for Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving, or any other gathering. I am so happy with how it turned out!
NC Cheese Board Take #2
Hi, friends! Making cheeseboards and supporting local businesses are two of my favorite activities. Naturally, I love incorporating local goods on my cheeseboards. In fact, my very first blog post on here was “Cheese Board with NC Goods“, which I made for my annual Cool People Christmas Party last year. I figured it was time that I do another NC Goods Cheese Board. (This is also my entry for #rducheeseboardchallenge!)
The Durham Box Review
Hi, friends! I’m here with my first “review” post on the blog. If you know me in real life, you know I love Durham/Bull City/Durm ( I have been convincing all my friends to move to Durham), and I was ecstatic to learn about the Durham Box last year. I have been eyeing them since they introduced their Winter Box, and I treated myself to their Summer Box, which they just launched earlier this month.
Olive Oil Cake with Midtown Olive Oil
Hi, friends! As we’ve been staying home, I know a lot of us are spending time cooking and baking. Ever since I learned that there is such a thing as olive oil cake, I have wanted to bake one. Thanks to stay-at-home order, it finally happened, and I was so happy with how the cake turned out! #quarantinebaking
Cheese Board with NC Goods
Hi friends! For my first post, I decided to combine a couple of my favorite things–cheese boards and North Carolina. Earlier this month, we had our annual Cool People Christmas Party, and I curated (mostly) local NC goods for the cheeseboard. I always love supporting small businesses, but especially so around the holidays!