Pi Day Celebration >> Pair Your Pie with Wine!

Pi Day Celebration >> Pair Your Pi with Wine

Pi Day Celebration >> Pair Your Pi with Wine from The California Wine Club

Pi Day Celebration >> Pair Your Pie with Wine!

 March 14th is Pi Day

During the holidays we were obsessed with the whole idea of pairing wine with holiday cookies so it should not surprise you that we now love The California Wine Club's idea of paring pie & wines. And what could be better than celebrating Pi Day with a slice (or two) of your favorite pies paired with the perfect wines! Continue Reading →

♥ Romantic Dinner for Two (Made Easy) ♥

Filet Feast & Maine Lobster Tails Dinner, Romantic Dinner for Two

Romantic Dinner for Two Delivered >> Filet Feast & Maine Lobster Tails Dinner

Romantic Dinner for Two (Made Easy) 

This is a no brainer for anyone who is willing to spend a few dollars on their sweetheart to create one of the most memorable Valentine's Day celebrations ever with this romantic dinner for two. Give the gift of five star dining within the comfort of your own home with this mouthwatering spread of surf, turf, and delicious coastal cuisines! Rather than spending hours rushing around town searching for all the right ingredients, order this feast to be delivered to your front door.  All you need to do is season and broil the steaks and warm everything else up. Detailed preparation instructions are included. This romantic dinner for two is not just for Valentine's Day >> think anniversaries, birthdays or any evening you want to set the mood for romance and say I  You. Continue Reading →

Festive, Easy to Make Holiday Party Snacks

Festive Easy to Make Holiday Party Snacks

Festive Easy to Make Holiday Party Snacks >>Fruit Santa Hats or Grinch Kabobs | Cocktails in Mini Moscow Mule Mugs | Christmas deviled eggs on a devil egg tray | Macaroni & Cheese in Mini Martini Glasses | Fully loaded mini baked potatoes | Shrimp in an Asian soup spoon

Festive, Easy to Make Holiday Party Snacks

Preparing festive holiday party snacks does not mean you need to devote hours and hours in the kitchen. Plus, if you take our advice, you will not only save time, you will save money because you are portion controlling your food. The key is investing in some fun serving pieces like mini cocktail glasses, mini moscow mule cups, and even some ceramic Asian spoons you can use over and over again. Once you have a few of these basics, you can make the simplest of foods look festive and elegant. We have also checked, and all the serving piece suggestions we mention here are still available for delivery before Christmas although you may have to pay a little extra for expedited delivery.

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Pair Your Favorite Holiday Cookies with Wine!

 5 favorite holiday cookies paired with wine, Pair Your Favorite Holiday Cookies with Wine

Pair Your Favorite Holiday Cookies with Wine

Pair Your Favorite Holiday Cookies with Wine

We are obsessed with this post on The California Wine Club's blog pairing wine with holiday cookies! From the opening line “Why should milk have all the fun?” to the fact that The California Wine Club actually has sound reasons for their suggested pairings, we were hooked. And then to reel us in, they created this great holiday cookie wine pairing chart. We are almost as impressed with this post as we are with their wine offerings.  How fun would it be to gift a plate of yummy homemade cookies with the perfectly paired wine or better yet, Save 50% on First Month When You Join a Club Level (10/1-12/31). Continue Reading →

Candy Christmas Tree Treats

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Christmas Tree, Candy Christmas Tree Treats

Candy Christmas Tree We wish we could properly give credit to someone for coming up with this adorable idea but could not find any attribution on the Facebook post we found these on.

Candy Christmas Tree Treats

Are these not the cutest Christmas tree candy treats ever?  Perfect to serve at a holiday parties, Christmas Day open houses and even to give as stocking stuffers or small holiday gifts of endearment. We also love the fact that these chocolate tree treats are so easy for the kids to make themselves. While you are preparing your holiday meal, set the kids (and other family members that might be under-foot) up at the kitchen table, and put them all to work. Now add an individual Christmas Tree Treat at each place setting.  You can set them in the middle of each plate or use as a place card holder >> just lean a small place card up against your hand Christmas Tree! #toocute

Candy Tree Ingredients 

2 Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cups

1 Regular Reeses Peanut Butter Cup

1 Hershey Kiss

Green Frosting

Red & White Sprinkles

How2 Create these Adorable Christmas Tree Candy Treats

Stack ingredients as pictured. Use a Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cups for the bottom.  Add the Regular Reeses Peanut Butter Cup on top of it securing all layers with sugar glue. Now add another Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cup and top with a Hershey's Kiss.  Finally decorate your Candy Christmas Tree Treats with icing and sprinkles.  Enjoy!

Party Hearty!

9 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts this Holiday Season

8 Creative Ways to Serve Holiday Donuts

8 Creative Ways to Serve Holiday Donuts

9 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts this Holiday Season

This one is for you, Joe! All of us here at PartyIdeaPros LOVE donuts. So when we were challenged by a reader to come up with 5 ways to serve donuts this holiday season, it was challenge on! Personally, we would probably glitter up our donuts with red, green, blue, silver and gold edible glitters, depending on what holiday we are celebrating that day! Add or subtract edible glitter, to taste (and yes, pun intended!). Continue Reading →