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Spring has sprung, and with it comes the overwhelming urge to gather your friends and family for a dinner party of epic proportions - outside, of course. Forego the tried-and-true tropes that generally define an outdoor dinner and kick it up a notch with a 1950's-themed party. Whether you decide to cook everything yourself or organize a potluck, there are a number of interesting recipes you can use to transport you and your guests back to the decade of Spam (you don't have to use Spam, we promise - unless you really want to).
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We all know Jackie Kennedy had an impeccable sense of style, but did you know she also had just as good taste in recipes? From waffles to roast rack of lamb, Jackie’s favorite tried and true recipes live on today in cookbooks and restaurant menus. Last year on Mother’s Day, Jackie’s much-loved waffle recipe was put on the menu of P.J Clark’s restaurant in downtown Washington D.C. This breakfast stood out on the menu as a tribute to the first lady who regularly visited the restaurant with her children. Traditionally, waffle recipe is simple, but Jackie's favorite toppings take this basic breakfast over the top! Garnishes include caramelized bananas, smooth blueberries and cream, and savory chorizo scramble.
This is more than just the first lady's favorite breakfast--it is the recipe for her style. Jackie always paired her simple, classic personality with extraordinary fashions similar to her waffle toppings. Take a look at some of her outfits below:
Jackie's classic sleeveless dress with bright yellow gingham has just as much whimsy and sweetness as caramelized bananas.Read the full post >
No matter where you live in the country, I think we can all agree that this has been a cold, long and horrible winter. And what better way to make it through a cold, long and horrible winter than by dreaming of warm places and eating delicious dessert!
The best winter escape I’ve ever made was to Australia a few years ago when I need a break from the winter doldrums. Let's take a minute to daydream, shall we? Shabby Apple’s Aussie Afternoon Collection instantly takes me back with it's easy, breezy dresses and skirts.Read the full post >
The 1950s was a time of flourishing styles, lively music, and positive energy. Women wore full skirts, men carried briefcases, and at the end of every day people in suburbs everywhere gathered around the table for a home cooked meal. Although we might not spend as much time around the table these days, hosting a 1950s dinner party is the perfect excuse to throw on a new dress, turn up some bandstand music, and enjoy an evening in.Read the full post >
There you are. Your hair is piled perfectly on top of your head like a ballerina, your red lipstick is ready for smacking, and your brand new Shabby Apple Fire and Ice dress is hugging your figure in all the right places. It’s time for the annual holiday gathering at your in-laws house.
But this year is different. This year, you dutifully offered to bring dessert (because after all, even though you are the newest addition to the family, darn-it, you are now officially a part of it so dessert is the perfect way to propagate your status). Your husband casually suggests that you “just make those chocolate chip cookies that you make for him all the time...” “No no no. It’s got to be good,” you think. Like really good: looks, taste and effort all need to be represented in this dessert so they know that you put just as much care into your marriage with their son as you did this dessert. Just like your statement necklace completes your outfit, this needs to be a Statement Dessert.
Lucky for you, you’ve got just the thing. Hello, Double-Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake.
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