Warm, fragrant, and delicious—this “zero proof” libation from VERY MERRY COCKTAILS by Jessica Strand is a winter classic everyone can enjoy
A homemade shrub (a syrup made from fruit, vinegar, and sugar) plus a splash of ginger ale puts a holiday-worthy spin on the classic cranberry-and-vodka cocktail
This pleasingly piney drink, excerpted from VERY MERRY COCKTAILS by Jessica Strand, will be a satisfying way to spread cheer after a day of decorating or a walk in a wintery forest
Taking a note from Mother Nature and good sense—and backing it up with science—the luxury skin care company born of the Savannah tides is redefining aging gracefully
Bored, restless, tired of streaming? Try a new activity, recipe, gardening idea, or delve into the curious histories of everyday items in your home—these titles spark engagement in our current lifestyles during Covid-19.
The new online retail platform brings the event designer’s whimsical and irreverent style to at-home parties everywhere
When temperatures cool (and a few weeks before it freezes), it’s time to plant daffodils. Gardener Mary Walton Upchurch tells us what she’s learned about growing these cheerful harbingers of spring and shares her favorite varieties too.
Chefs Robin Bentley and Lidey Heuck prepare an autumn-inspired menu for a festive outdoor meal at Bentley’s parents’ home in Philadelphia’s Wissahickon Valley Park
Small celebrations at home bring joy. Make them special—and revel in the glorious autumn weather—by moving them outside. Tammy Powell, designer at Blackjack Gardens in Birmingham, shares tips for refreshing outdoor living spaces for the season.
FLOWER magazine welcomes interior designers Elaine Griffin and James Farmer as well as author/artist Frances Schultz as contributing editors
Ideal for an al fresco feast on a mild autumn evening, this juicy ribeye is topped with a New Orleans-style BBQ sauce with a California-Southern spin. Recipe excerpted from California Cooking and Southern Style by Frances Schultz (Skyhorse, 2019)
Looking for the perfect dip for your vegetable harvest? Frances Schultz shares a classic Italian recipe from her book California Cooking and Southern Style (Skyhorse, 2019)