Few things make me happier than good things happening to good people. And if anyone ever deserved to be a raging success, it’s Cheryl and Griff Day from Back in the Day Bakery in Savannah, Georgia. Let’s put it this way: When I decided to get married in Savannah, the very first call I made was to Cheryl. Before anything else was booked or signed, I’d already begged her to make my cake (thankfully she obliged, and it was amazing). I’ve been enjoying Cheryl and Griff’s delicious food and baked goods since my first trip to Savannah and have been honored to share their friendship over the years, as well. They are quite simply great people making great food that comes straight from the heart. So I’m overjoyed to share and celebrate the debut of their very first cookbook, The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook (Artisan Books), on p today.
Using a few simple (but insanely delicious) comfort food recipes from Annette Joseph’s new book, Picture Perfect Parties, we assembled a pretty darn impressive last-minute Halloween party with just a few household supplies. With “no-carve” pumpkins decorated with black Sharpie markers and spider-web “doilies” made from cut bits of newspaper, these are decorations and treats that can be whipped up in a day—great for a quick, festive dinner party while greeting those trick-or-treaters. Continue after the jump for all of the recipes and our quick-n-easy decoration ideas! Happy Halloween!
Pure Green Magazine is a lovely Canadian print magazine dedicated to stylish green living. This quarterly publication (which is printed on 100% post-consumer paper with vegetable inks) just launched their premier print issue, which focuses on one of my favorite topics: entertaining. In addition to stories on homes, travel and fashion, this issue includes some delicious ideas for cooking. I love being able to flip through pages and tear things out when they look good, and this issue is full of tear-worthy ideas. Click here for more info and to order a subscription online. xo, grace
relaxed cooking in conjunction with curtis stone via Curtis Stone (Clarkson Potter Publishers). This is a well–rounded fruit—seafood–vegetable dominant tome, plus in this way perhaps could be discern as a complement to Martin’s book, one you’d utilize during the week for lighter fare. It is exactly because the title says—relaxed cooking. The recipes are extremely simple to create, with no exceptional techniques or ingredients needed = Watermelon with mint with lime, pan–fried calamari with roasted asparagus salad, crispy vegetable fritters, plus Greek doughnuts are only a few of the recipes which exemplify Stone’s relaxed cooking.
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