Mussels Provençal with Toasts from The Happy Cook by Daphne Oz

What does your Valentine’s Day menu need? This recipe for Mussels Provençal with Toasts from The Happy Cook by Daphne Oz–it’s perfect for a special meal and delivers on flavor, too. In The Happy Cook, Daphne Oz–author of the New York Times bestselling cookbook Relish and co-host of The Chew–is back with a cookbook filled with smart advice, expert tips, inspiring ideas, and best … Continue reading

Lobster Bisque from The Bergdorf Goodman Cookbook

Since opening its doors in 1901, Bergdorf Goodman has been a beacon for fashion lovers from around the world. Housed in a beautiful nine-story Beaux Arts building that anchors the northwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Fifty-eighth Street in New York City, the store represents the pinnacle of style, service, and modern luxury. BG Restaurant, … Continue reading

Garlic Roasted Shrimp Cocktail from Around the Table

Shrimp cocktail is perfect for almost any occasion. Whether it’s appetizers for a summer seafood barbecue or just a quick snack, shrimp cocktail is always a hit. The Garlic Roasted Shrimp Cocktail from Around the Table by Martina McBride is a deliciously seasoned take on the classic recipe. Roasting the shrimp locks in the garlic, lemon, … Continue reading

Guest Post & Recipe: CJ Hauser’s Lobster Rolls

Today’s guest post comes from CJ Hauser, author of the The From-Aways, an irreverent story of family, love, friendship, and lobsters set in Maine. Try out her family recipe for lobster rolls and dive into her debut novel- a perfect summer pairing!   Mine is the sort of family that celebrates with seafood. Birthdays, special occasions, and … Continue reading

Sutter Home Wine’s March Book Club Pick

Congratulations to Deborah Crombie, whose novel The Sound of Broken Glass has been selected as Sutter Home Wine’s March Book Club Pick! In the novel, when Detective Inspector James joins forces with Detective Inspector Melody Talbot to solve the murder of an esteemed barrister, their investigation leads them to realize that nothing is what it … Continue reading