You might be surprised to know that both Jess and I are vegan! The stories of how we are both got there vary, my journey started when I was just 11, whilst Jess has been much more recent but what we do have in common is that the decision to become vegan was not taken lightly and now plays a very important role in the way we buy and consume everything from food and drink to clothes and beauty products.Details
Christine and Jenny married in a pop up ceremony in Washington DC. The couple re-created their first date by holding their reception at a food festival where they had first fallen in love 4 years earlier. With all the fun and colour, it probably won’t come as a surprise to find out that these gals found their photographer on these very pages! We just love it when that happens…!
Weddings have changed tremendously over the past few years, with more and more couples choosing to ditch tradition and get more creative. One thing we love in particular is brides and grooms choosing to include pets in their ceremonies, in a bid to make them more personal. We’ve featured couples that have created monograms of their cats on their wedding stationery, invited their dogs as guests and even a couple who dedicated their whole wedding day to their fur babies.
Our reader’s love to see pets in the spotlight, we know because you told us so in our recent survey, so today we are delighted to share another wedding with you featuring a well loved family pet and we know this one is really going make you ‘squeal’ with excitement!
As March is upon us, (say WHAT it’s March already!!) it’s time to go searching for that pot of gold. No need to look too far – you can create your own pot of golden coins with this simple cookie DIY! They’re so easy to make and they taste absolutely delicious! Today, Lauren from Toast from The Host is showing us how to decorate these fun oreo cookies…
YOU WILL NEED:
Lay out a sheet of parchment paper and lay out Oreos on sheet.
If using a microwave, melt entire bag of White Chocolate Melts in Glass Bowl being sure to stir every 30 seconds until all chocolate has melted and is smooth. Spoon 3-5 tablespoon(s) of water to thin out chocolate. Continue to fold and stir chocolate until it is a smooth batter-like consistency.
Squeeze one drop of gel colors into bowl and begin to swirl both using a “figure 8” method using a toothpick or bamboo skewer.
Dip golden Oreos (once) into swirl mixture and lay flat on parchment paper to encourage the chocolate to harden. Need to move faster? Place in the fridge to speed up the hardening process.Details