Sasee Asks An Expert

How to Choose Your Engagement Ring

By Christopher Cervini

First and most importantly, find a jeweler you can trust. When you sit down in person with an expert gemologist, you can look at numerous diamonds that are outstanding on paper, but there will be one that speaks to you because of its visual beauty, not its technical aspects.  An expert will educate you on […]

My human mom, Nancy Schrum, asked me to share some advice on how “pawsitivly” perfect it is to have furbabies like me in your wedding.  My mom can’t imagine having such a special occasion without me in attendance! The first thing to do is get permission from your venue. Can you believe some places don’t […]

Selecting a venue is one of the most important decisions of a Bride and Groom’s wedding planning process. Once selected, keep in mind the following factors to truly personalize your venue and translate your wedding vision into reality. 1. Lighting Lighting can be the easiest, fastest and most effective way to completely change the mood […]

You said “yes,” and you have the ring. You are having the time of your life showing off your sparkly diamond and receiving congratulations from family and friends. But now you have to get down to business and find a site for your wedding day. Some of us have been dreaming about our wedding day […]

Cooking the Perfect Egg

By Chef Danny Bonar

Cooking the Perfect Egg

First, always buy at least Grade A Eggs – they are required to be no more than 10 days old. Grade B eggs can be up to 30 days old before they arrive at the store! And, actually, medium eggs are a more “natural” sized egg. The bigger the egg, the older the chicken, and […]

Southern Comforts Buttermilk Fried Chicken!

Ladies and Gentleman, here is our recipe for our award winning Buttermilk Fried Chicken w/ Warm Bleu Cheese Slaw and Milk Pepper Gravy. Start off by taking two boneless, organic, hormone-free chicken breasts (your local supermarket will have them) and soak in buttermilk overnight in your refrigerator – please make sure they are completely covered. […]

Understanding Beef

By Chef Angelo Antonucci

Understanding Beef

Number one, for the best steaks, don’t go to the grocery store to buy your meat – it’s fresh – and fresh meat is not flavorful or tender. Beef needs to be aged – as it ages it tenderizes itself. I would suggest Costco or Sam’s Club or a local butcher. Always buy choice beef, […]

Food Addiction is Real

By Lori Sattele

Food Addiction is Real

Food addiction is a very real problem for most of us in this country.  We learn to over-eat at a very young age and the bad habits continue as we become adults. The stress we typically deal with on a daily basis with work, bills and kids can sometimes be very damaging. One way our […]

Choosing the Right Chandelier

How Big Should my Chandelier be? Above a dining table, choose a chandelier approximately half the width of your table. Taking into account the height of the entire body of the light including a reasonable length of chain, the bottom of your fixture should be 30 inches to 36 inches above your tabletop. When not […]

Up on Real Estate

By Shelyn Mosseri Lee

Up on Real Estate

My three daughters, no matter what they are searching for, always start their search via the web, as do many of us. That being said, I must say that more and more, from $100,000 condos to $4 million dollar ocean front homes, the process of “shopping” for a home seems to start on the web […]

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