Events · Holiday Parties · Picnics

How to: Throw an All American Barbecue

Nothing says summer picnic or the 4th of July like grilling hamburgers and hot dogs. The best thing about having the core of your menu be burgers and dogs is that you can make it as simple or gourmet as you want! If you go the simple route, all you need is high quality hamburgers… Continue reading How to: Throw an All American Barbecue

Gifts · Shopping

The Perfect Father’s Day Gift

Whether it’s Father’s Day, our Dad’s birthday or even Christmas, we always have a tough time finding the right gift for our dad. So when he mentioned wanting The Big Green Egg, a smoker, grill and oven all rolled into one giant looking avocado, we jumped at the opportunity to finally get him something he really… Continue reading The Perfect Father’s Day Gift

Southwest · Tips · Travel · United States

Making the Most out of Conference Travel: Austin

I love getting to travel for conferences, especially when they are in cities I’ve never traveled to. It can be challenging, however, to find enough time between meetings and events to get to actually experience something other than the hotel and convention center. And let’s be honest, there isn’t a huge difference between a Hilton… Continue reading Making the Most out of Conference Travel: Austin

Southeast · Travel · United States

Soirée Goes South: Day 1

Our trip started bright and early at 5:30am with a stop at Wawa for breakfast sandwiches and coffee for me and chai tea for Kate. The 8 hour drive to our lunch stop surprisingly wasn’t too bad considering neither of us had ever driven in a car that long. We stopped at Fuller’s BBQ (right… Continue reading Soirée Goes South: Day 1