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Credit: @ Coryanne Ettiene
Kitchen Living Expert who wears high heels & calls everyone Darling, also know for being a TV Host, Entertaining Columnist, Recipe Developer & Lifestyle Writer. Author of KitchenLivingWithCoryanne.com who tweets, pins, and instragrams as @coryanneettiene.
- Likes: Hummus, saltine crackers, ice cream, pomegranates, and cucumbers.
- Dislikes: Lamb, mushrooms, cottage cheese, and parsnips.
- Foods I cannot live without: I eat seasonally and organic, so I have new favorite foods each season. However, if I could, I would eat beetroot, carrots, asparagus, raspberries, and watermelon all year long.
- Best Meal Ever: I have had the pleasure of enjoying food in the most intriguing of venues, with exotic dishes to compliment their locations – however my favorite meal has to be Sunday Roast, with homemade gravy, roasted vegetables, tossed salad, a fabulous bottle of wine, and a bounty of loved ones to share it with.
Question: "I would like to host a back-to-school coffee morning for the classroom parents — how can I create impact on a budget?" Coryanne: Back to school and coffee mornings go hand in hand, and are a great way to meet classroom parents...
Question: "I want to embrace football season, but have little interest in watching the game. What tailgating party options do I have?" Coryanne Ettiene: Watching football is not high on our wish list of Sunday activities, but that does not stop...
Question: How can I incorporate the mason jar craze into a stylish urban party without looking too "country"? Coryanne Ettiene: Mason jars have taken over the party scene this summer and will continue to be a popular theme will into next year....
These bite-sized candies are perfect to serve for dessert or along with an after-dinner cup of coffee. They also make for a great hostess gift.
Homemade flavored sugars are the perfect holiday gift — versatile enough that they can be used for a variety of purposes, but also simply made with love. The core ingredient here is granulated white sugar, the finer the grain the easier it is to...