There’s no cozier time than fall than to gather your friends, light a fire, and enjoy some easy entertaining... And after a day of apple picking or searching for the perfect pumpkin in the crisp outdoors, a simmering pot of butternut squash soup and a generous serving of warm bread will certainly help to ward off the autumn chill.
Summer is made for entertaining—and it should be easy. The fresh flavors of local produce are ripe for the picking and don’t need much enhancement, making meal prep simple. Bring everything outdoors for a magical setting in the cool New Jersey nights lit up by dancing fireflies.
The holidays are a time for socializing, and winter cocktails are very much a part of it. Authors of Shake—A New Perspective on Cocktails, Eric Prum and Josh Williams, write that "cocktails should be fun, simple and social," and their book is full of cocktail crafting recipes that are simply perfect for sharing.
There are many classic cocktails but none more so than the quintessential Old Fashioned. Both the traditional and modern versions are enjoying more than a moment—and for good reason.
Thanksgiving is all about food, so why not consider a twist on tradition and forego the predictable flower arrangement in favor of an edible centerpiece! We're talking farm to table in more than one way... A creative, edible Thanksgiving arrangement will not only serve as a beautiful display for the holiday, but can be used after the big day in any number of ways. It’s all about recycling and repurposing!
Whether you love wheat berries, or haven’t yet tried them, Tulip Tree Café located in The Farmhouse at Calgo Gardens, has the perfect dish to introduce you to this healthy and flavorful grain. Try making Chef Heidi’s recipe for Red Wheat Berry Salad—full of fresh delicious flavors, protein, and fiber—and reap all of their healthy benefits.