Happy Friday dears! This week’s Dinner Bell guest, creative director and interior designer Elizabeth Damrich, is serving up an herbaceous delight. Her rosemary gin gimlet is made for autumn cocktail hours, a simple yet remarkably flavorful drink to sip.
What an honor to share an Alex Hitz recipe from his cookbook The Art of the Host for this week’s Dinner Bell. I prepared the corn chowder for dinner this week and it is divine; the perfect dish to serve for company in late summer and into fall. Whether a balmy evening al fresco or a candlelit supper in the formal dining room, the lump crab avocado salad over velvety, chilled corn chowder is a crowd pleaser.
Mornings are slower, afternoons are longer, and the evenings hold a little more room for relaxing. What better season to design your Christmas cards and actually relish in the process? (Need I mention how sun-kissed and blissful everyone looks in their summer family photo?) With the expert guidance of the Ellis Hill Dallas team, we designed this year’s card early and you can too while saving 20% off your order with code STUFFYMUFFY20 through August 19th.
Known for her detailed and approachable spaces, Becky Nielsen has created a name for herself in the world of interiors and has been a personal favorite designer of mine for years. I am delighted to share an exclusive first look at a recent project of Nielsen’s in Palm Beach. As we soak up what remains of summer, this classically-appointed, sun-drenched home is sure to inspire.