2. Homemade spaghetti sauce.
3. Little Cayman…no where else like it—especially when its cold at home.
4. Cole Hahn shoes. My feet love them.
6. Jain Monk Bowls purchased on my travels.
7. Watching the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoons. Great memories.
9. Friends and Family.
10. Scary movies… the original Halloween or any Hitchcock film. Tippi Hedren is classic in the Birds and Marnie and who doesn’t love Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief, Rear Window and Dial M for Murder.
During this great recession, what better way to cheer up than cocktails with friends in thrifty wardrobes?
Valentine’s weekend was the perfect time to concoct a few gelatin dishes, mix a rum punch, break out the lipstick red pumps and pile coats on the bed.
From head to toe, CB2 creatives dug deep into their closets for powder blue prom dresses, ruffled tuxedo shirts, and rhinestone costume jewelry—guilt-free of buying new bling.
How to make it modern? Loud plaid pants, candy cigarettes and stemless martini glasses. These stackable glasses take up a tenth of the space of stemmed versions and each is at the ready for a martini, cosmopolitan, or scotch and soda—topped off with re-usable tipsy toes ice cubes.
1L ginger ale
3 small containers lemon/limeade frozen concentrate
scoop one layer of maraschino cherries into a mini-loaf pan
fill with water and freeze
add to punch in large punch bowl
*bow tie optional
Any morning you might mix these ingredients into a bowl and eat with a spoon. But why not surprise everyone by preparing them as a finger food for an office breakfast? Or a light and refreshing dessert?
apples, bite size sliced
Greek yogurt, a dollup on each
raw granola, sprinkled on top
Any variety of apples and granola will work, but the thicker Greek-style yogurt is key to keeping it neat.
Thanks to lauren, CB2 planner for this submission.