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The Bush Twins’ Favorite Entertaining Tips

There are a million entertaining opinions on the internet. You can find 50,000 ways to style a mason jar on Pinterest and 100,000 photos for inspiration on Instagram. With so many options, who should you really rely on. Someone who knows that queso, margaritas, and guacamole are a must. Someone who grew up going to … Read more

Strawberry Brownie Skewers are the Easiest Dessert for your Next BBQ

Strawberry Brownie Skewers are the perfect dessert for your next summer BBQ, combining the taste of a s’more and a chocolate covered strawberry. Plus, it only takes a few minutes to make, so you can wait till the last minute to make this delicious treat. Strawberry Brownie Skewers Ingredients: Strawberries Package of Mini brownies Marshmallows … Read more

This Ombre Gender Reveal Cake Is Absolutely Genius

A gender reveal party is a beautiful way to celebrate a new addition to your family. There are a million unique was to reveal to your friends if the bun is a boy or a girl but this idea has to be the tastiest. Southern Living has created an ombre cake filled with gender-specific candy … Read more

6 Tasty Cocktails to Spruce Up Your Spring

With spring in full fling, life can get pretty crazy. Between yard work and spring cleaning and driving the kids around to all their activities, you may forget to take some time for yourself to relax. And what better way to do that than with a refreshing tastes-like-springtime cocktail… or three! 6 Tasty Cocktails to … Read more

Cinna-Mint Fireball Julep is the Southern Spring Cocktail You Need

The Mint Julep is the essential southern cocktail. It began as a refreshing and stylish way to sip through a horse race, but why not bring it home for beautiful days in your backyard? Why not enjoy it while watching baseball? Why not kick it up a notch by replacing the traditional bourbon with Fireball? … Read more

7 Ways to Party Like a Founding Father on July 4th

July 4th, undoubtedly, is the epoch of American holidays. One everyone can participate in. Though the Declaration of Independence was originally signed on July 2, 1776, even Founding Father and second President John Adams knew the day should be a giant celebration, writing to his wife after the signing, “The Second Day of July 1776, … Read more