The past week has been a whirlwind and while I’ll be sharing Thanksgiving tidbits soon (after I’ve had time to digest them!), I wanted to share one thing I’m truly grateful for — Sweet Paul Magazine. Have you had the pleasure of checking it out yet? So many new online magazines have popped up lately (a trend I simply adore) and Sweet Paul has surfaced right at the top (right next to my friends Rue and Lonny).
With mouth-watering photography, easy but elegant and inspiring recipes, Sweet Paul is the like Domino of food. It’s that good. And it’s all produced by the talented Paul Lowe with no funding at all. Did I mention Sweet Paul is free? Which is why if you adore it as much as I do, I hope you’ll consider making a small donation to help support it and keep it alive. I want to see this magazine around for years to come and will be showing it with my two cents (okay, more) by contributing (as a bonus, those who contribute also get free goodies!).
And if you need fabulous holiday entertaining ideas and recipes, you must check out the latest issue. That Maple Lemon Smash cocktail? It kicked off our Thanksgiving smashingly. And these cheddar and chive cupcakes were the perfect complement to veggie stew the night before. Do check it out and if you love it as much as I do, consider donating here.
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