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“The Discerning Guide to Charleston Travel Itinerary”

One of the things we’ve noticed in all of our travels through the years is that something distinctive happens to a city when gentrification creeps in. It loses its coolness. It becomes polished and quaffed and glossy and the restaurants seem to take on a certain formula that involves subway tile and Moscow Mules. Georgia noticed this after she moved to Austin. What was once funky and textured has begun […]

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“10 Things To Do with All Your Thanksgiving Leftovers”

If there’s anything we love as much as Thanksgiving feasting, it’s the days of leftover eats that follow. Here are 10 Things To Do with All Your Thanksgiving Leftovers so you can continue to have yummy eats and spend more time with your friends and family instead of the grocery store. 1. G’s Leftover Thanksgiving Bites Stuffing with some turkey bacon, YES PLEASE. This is a super quick and easy […]

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“A Girl’s Guide to Football”

Thanksgiving is tomorrow! Many Thanksgiving feasts also come with a side of football watching. If there’s a bit of time between feasting and the game you can also serve up some of our favorite tailgating recipes as appetizers.  Some of us around here (ehem, Georgia) were looking for a Girl’s Guide to Football that breaks down all the basic terminology you should know, so you can have a better understanding and […]

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“8 Ideas to Elevate Your Thanksgiving Place Settings”

If you cannot already tell, we love a good tablescape. We even have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to them. It is really the details that make holiday entertaining unforgettable.  So you’ve polished your silverware and pulled out your favorite china, you’ve got your perfect centerpiece ready to go, and your menu finalized, its time for those final touches that will make your event extra special. The following are 8 Ideas to […]

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“5 At Home Remedies to Boost Your Immune System”

The holidays are upon us, and unfortunately, togetherness coupled with a busy schedule can often come with germs and stress.  To help combat the terrible twosome we turn to our kitchens for 5 At Home Remedies to Boost Your Immune System. PHOTO: Gardening Channel 1. Raw Honey & Garlic Your kitchen is packed with all kinds of wonders to boost your immune system, and your backyard is too. Mix two of those […]

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“A Printable Thanksgiving Worksheet”

Did you know that gratitude is the antidote to worry? You can’t be both grateful and worried at the exact same time — try it, you’ll see. Thanksgiving is just under a week away, and at this time of year, we love the idea of taking the time to reflect on what has happened over the past year and show gratitude toward friends and family.  There is no better time […]

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“Squash Pot Pie”

Our compost pile at Tulipwood served up some exciting “volunteers” this year. Acorn squash! As well as corn and tomato plants. It was a funny thing to find this Fall and I loved it. I decided to use this unexpected squash harvest as a chance to experiment with some new Fall side dishes, perfect for your Thanksgiving menu. The result: Squash Pot Pie. I think you’re going to love this […]

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“Wine Wednesday: Thanksgiving Wines – The Best Shopping List”

Editor’s note: Our resident wine-o extraordinaire, Marissa Reibstein, recently shared Part I and Part 2 of her amazing Wine Safari through Northern Spain. Today she is back with everything you need to know about buying wine for Thanksgiving feasting. So for this edition of Wine Wednesday: Thanksgiving Wines – The Best Shopping List.  There is a lot to get stressed out about around the holidays – family, travel, entertaining, family…Which wine to […]

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