1. Peanut Butter Balls, the Holiday Party Starter

    Leave a comment

    December 20, 2012 by ET

    After three office parties, the yoga club’s holiday happy hour, the neighborhood potluck and the fourth family gathering of the season, you probably don’t want to look at another Christmas cookie again. Well, at least until tomorrow. Give yourself a few minutes to let that will power cease, because there’s a fresh batch of fa la la la-lavered temptation – with sprinkles on top. Whip up this easy recipe for peanut butter balls sure to force an appetite for even the fullest Santa.

    Advertisements
  2. Oh Christmas Tree

    Leave a comment

    December 7, 2012 by ET

    Well y’all, it’s Christmas. Before you ever have a chance to let the tryptophan from your Turkey Day leftovers knock you into a slumber, it’s time to get holly jolly. Don’t cue up Bing Crosby just yet, because there’s work to do before you can unwind with a glass of eggnog. Head to the attic, the shed, the dreaded crawl space, and pull out the tangle of lights and box of ornaments you’ve been stashing since January. Let’s set out to find that Christmas tree.

  3. The Perfect Thanksgiving Setting

    Leave a comment

    November 19, 2012 by ET

    Before carving the turkey and digging into that meal that takes two days to prepare and 20 minutes to eat, you have to trim the table. Whether you’re hosting a few folks or countless cousins, it’s all about your presentation. Dress your Thanksgiving table with a combination of timeless pieces and charming accents sure to wow your guests well before they taste your cranberry sauce.

  4. Man Oh Man

    Leave a comment

    November 11, 2012 by ET

    It was a head to head battle, fueled by blood, sweat and beers. After the testosterone cleared at the end of the day, there would be one winner, but 14 men spent a fall day determined to prove they were the manliest of men at the fourth annual Man Olympics.

  5. Sure Can Pick ‘Em

    Leave a comment

    October 28, 2012 by ET

    Pumpkins, beware. Tis the season for picking. Folks around the South are in the process of re-purposing pumpkins for jack-o-lanterns, pies and some front porch sitting. Finding the perfect pumpkin can be a hard enough task on its own, and those looking for the full picking experience have a whole different challenge. If you don’t do your research, you could wind up gourd to death.

  6. Giddy Up For a Good Time at Keeneland

    Leave a comment

    October 21, 2012 by ET

    Win, place and show me the money (and a pretty darn good time). Against the backdrop of the rolling Kentucky countryside, Keeneland has been a Lexington tradition since 1936. Complete with tailgating, $2 bets and your fair share of bourbon, a day is just as exciting as any SEC football game.

  7. Brew It Yourself

    1

    October 7, 2012 by ET

    The South may be home to a long list of ales well worthy of bellying up to the bar for, but sometimes the best tasting beer can be found in your backyard. With the right kit, anyone can be their own brewmaster of the universe. Craft night has a whole new meaning with this Do It Yourself, err I mean Brew It Yourself (BIY) project.

From the Archives

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.