It seems to have been a food related content week this week, but I make no apology for todays post!
I am a huge cheesecake fan and the folks over at Honestly Yum have me dreaming of whipping up this bad boy over the weekend. With a pecan base and salted bourbon caramel sauce I have no doubt it would be a crowd pleaser this festive season. And it’s gluten free which my mum and brother would certainly appreciate; dinner at your place on Sunday mum and dad? I’ll bring desert!
Follow this link for the recipe and have a delicious weekend everyone x
image by Honestly Yum
The Denizen has a feature demonstrating how to really jazz up the marshmallows at your next bonfire night! Follow this link to find out all the details.
1. Kahlua or Baileys Marshmallow Cups
2. Whittaker’s Chocolate Marshmallow Melt
3. Marshmallow dipped Strawberries
4. Coconut Covered Marshmallows
All images via The Denizen
Think I’ll be needing to have one of these on the go at some point this summer…
Happy weekend everyone (especially if you’re in Christchurch and enjoying a loooong weekend) x
via Wedding Chicks
Todd from Honestly Yum has yet again created the most amazing looking cocktail! The Hibiscus Rum Buck definitely is a show stopper for a summer soiree (wow, we are going to have some shin dig when I get my vintage lights up in the backyard and serve these beauties this summer!). Using the lime as a stopper to create the beautiful layers is such a clever idea!
You need dried hibiscus flowers for this recipe which you can get here in NZ from a number of online retailers.
Follow this link for the recipe.
I was super excited to stumble across the amazing online lighting store Mr Ralph and discover for the first time on my internet travels someone in NZ who stocks vintage style globe string lights. A major step-up from fairy lights in terms of styling an outdoor event, I have been hunting for these since planning our wedding. I can’t wait for the warm weather to return later in the year so that we can string them up over our outdoor dining area and enjoy numerous dinner parties and summer soirees.
Here are some images that inspired the purchase!
images via my Pinterest
One thing I really missed while pregnant was antipasto platters. Blue cheese, cured meats, fresh mussels yuummmmmo!
When putting together a cheese board you definitely need a good base to show off all the deliciousness. There are some beautiful options out there at the moment for which to build the perfect antipasto platter on – check out my favourites below and then follow this link to Style Me Pretty Living where Jacquelyn Clark details how to create the perfect cheese board.
Happy weekend everyone xx
1. Danbo Natural Round Board – Citta Design
2. Bloomingville Hexagonal Marble Tray – Superette
3. Kitchen Board – Treehorn Design
4. Skagerak Denmark Long Chopping Board – Mildred & Co.
Halloween is not as big in New Zealand as I’d like it to be, although I have such fond memories of trick or treating around our neighbourhood when we were young. As an adult dressing up and celebrating with a ghoulishly good party is so much fun!
Here are some fantastic Halloween themed links to check out…
1. Head to Honestly Yum for a variety of spooky looking delicious treats
2. Domaine Home has a cool tablescape that would certainly impress a few freakish friends
3. Style Me Pretty Home has a whole lot of cute DIY’s including kids costumes and decorating ideas
Have a great weekend everyone x