Just for Giggles

By Libbie Summers “How do you stay so happy?” –a certain someone asked at the 4th of July party. “I find joy in the simple things. A baby’s giggle, a stack of just made ginger cookies and the slightly weird.” –I answered. Read More »

My White Hot Summer

By Libbie Summers  As read on Fetch Magazine for Taigan For most people, when they think about “white” they think about wintertime. For them, it’s a cold color found in snowflakes and ice crystals. White is woolen sweaters, sheepskin rugs and the frilly decoration on a holiday coconut cake. But for me, white is... Read More »

Tabletop Tuesday: Organic Serving Bowls

By Libbie Summers If given the chance, I will always opt for using something organic to use as a serving vessel. A simple place setting comes alive when soup served in a coconut is placed in front of your guests or dessert served out of a watermelon! Think outside the china cabinet for your... Read More »

Watermelon Granita

By Libbie Summers Assisted by Candace Brower Watermelon Granita aka One Ingredient Granita aka DAMN Good Granita! Watermelon Granita Makes 6-8 cups Ingredient: 6-8 cups of the freshest most juiciest and sweetest seedless summer watermelon chunks (from half of a soccer ball size watermelon) *If your watermelon is in season and at it’s peak... Read More »

Tomahawk Ribeye with a Triple Spring Mash

By Libbie Summers Assisted by Candace Brower Photography by Cedric Smith for Savannah Magazine An eccentric main course that isn’t quite sure about it’s sexual orientation. Pan-Seared Tomahawk Ribeye (sweet pea, cauliflower and potato mash) serves 6 Ingredients: 6 (1-inch thick) Tomahawk ribeye steaks Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 head cauliflower,... Read More »
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