How it's already mid-October is beyond me.
Last night, I took the pups for a walk around the block,
and was baffled to see all the pumpkins decorating the front stoops of my neighbors' homes.
The holidays will be here before we know it,
and to get us into the spirit,
the wonderful people at Waters Fine Foods & Catering hosted a Holiday Workshop,
and guess who was invited?
"Eat Drink & Be Crafty" said the invite.
Hmm... well I surely don't have a problem with eating and drinking,
but the crafting thing?
Let's just say Martha Stewart won't be calling me to guest-post on her blog any time soon.
Either way, my bestie and I were overdue for a catchup session,
so we decided to make an evening out of it.
And I'm so glad we did!
The evening consisted of two parts..
Upon arrival, we were served with a generous helping of wine
and escorted into a room where we proceeded to make dream catchers.
Baskets of thread, feathers, beads, oh my!
My eyes darted from one thing to another, but thankfully, the sweet hosts were right by my side,
helping with artsy ideas, and before I knew it, my very own craft was coming together,
and to my surprise, it didn't look half bad!
After chatting it up with the other attendees for a bit,
we made our way into the kitchen,
where we put our culinary skills to work and made a few appetizers, along with a signature holiday cocktail.
It was such a fun night, and is the perfect idea for a holiday party with your friends or coworkers.
Our final products. I swear we did NOT match on purpose.
You know what they say... great minds think alike!
Rule no. 1 - must match the ingredients.
Bloggers in the house!
Brisket atop a toasted crositni with freshly made slaw and aoli.
Toasted brioche with goat cheese and sauteed mushrooms. Yum!
Punch bowls filled with tequila will surely liven up any party. Cheers!
If you're looking for ideas to plan this year's holiday party,
you should definitely check out Waters!
Their talented team of event designers will help you create the perfect holiday gathering from start to finish.