This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BlackBoxSummer #Collective Bias The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. I live in an area where the parks are abundant but your house and yard are tiny. I often want to invite people over but worry that my house will be too cramped (plus I’ll have to clean it…). Now that the weather is warming up, we really need to start taking advantage of these gorgeous public spaces. While you won’t have your full party arsenal available to you in a park, it is still really easy to put together great looking parties to go.
You know when you are out somewhere and you taste something and you’re like, “I NEED TO RECREATE THAT BECAUSE IT MAKES MY MOUTH SO HAPPY!”? That was me at a chain restaurant in Texas when I was visiting my best friend. This, my friends, is Strawberries Romanoff Dip. And it’s crazy delicious. AND SO EASY! I’m sorry for yelling I’m just angry with myself for not recreating this earlier. Because now it’s my go-to dish for entertaining. It works as an appetizer or dessert which is cool. Just pair it with the perfect bottle of prosecco and invite some friends over for a casual hang.
Where are my wine drinkers at? I had a great experience with an online wine store and just had to share it with you. Unlike signing up for a wine club, Uncorked.com sells wines by the bottle with no subscription services. They organize their site really well so you can search for bottles based on price or preference and they have one standard shipping rate. They have great suggestions of bottles if you are looking for a gift plus they have pairing information and recipes on the site too.
The hustle and bustle of starting the school year is enough to make you go fetal sometimes. And after a long summer of entertaining the kids everyday, I decided I needed a good old-fashioned girl’s night. With wine. And comfy clothes.
Summer water. That is an affectionate nickname for rose and I really do love a glass on a hot summer afternoon. But wine and I really don’t mix well. We’ve learned how to make our relationship work, though. Thank goodness. That would have been a tough break up. Who would I have turned to? Moonshine?