I wish I was in Copenhagen right now. One of the most stylish cities I’ve ever been to, Copenhagen always celebrates the Christmas spirit beautifully. So it was no surprise when I received a press release that the luxury hotel D’Angleterre, which is in the heart of the city, had put on an incredible display of lights.
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Would you try a soup delivery service? How about enrolling a friend or family member or yourself in a soup club? Think: someone who’s interested in improving their diet (hello, New Year’s resolution!) or is pressed for time when it comes to making home-cooked meals.
Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for a cocktail-savvy friend? This Wishbone Bottle Opener from Anthropologie would be a great gift! Love that it’s brass, so chic! Gone are the days of boring stainless.
With just a few tweaks to the good ol’ gin and tonic, you’ve got a drink that’s both timeless and trendy. Mixologist and co-owner of Bent restaurant (not to mention son of chef Susur Lee) Kai Bent-Lee shared the recipe with us. Check it out below!
Did you know that Canadian Living is Style at Home’s sister publication? Well, now you do! And I always love to see what amazing treats they’re coming up with over there, especially during the holidays. This amazing recipe for Chocolate Cherry Cups looks like a sure holiday hit. I think you’ll want to add this to your Christmas recipe repertoire!
Here are my three favourites from the show this year.
Can you image anything more extravagant than going to breakfast at Tiffany’s? I had the pleasure of doing just that this morning for their annual Holiday Press Breakfast. Check out my pictures from the Breakfast at Tiffany & Co.’s new Canadian Flagship store, located at 150 Bloor Street West in Toronto.
With the weather getting colder and colder, I am starting to make my favourite Rustic Vegetable Chickpea Soup again on a more regular basis. The recipe is from Jennifer Pallian’s fabulous food site called Foodess. It is super simple, healthy and relatively fast to make. Oh, and incredibly delicious! Great for easy dinner parties or to make for one (and enjoy the leftovers throughout the week!) Full recipe from Foodess below.