Posts by: Shira Zwebner

Traditional Thanksgiving Featuring Modern Recipes

Like many Americans, our Thanksgiving traditions include watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in our pajamas while eating pumpkin pancakes, spending hours traveling to family for the Thanksgiving dinner, watching football in between courses, and then planning the countdown to…

Halloween Food Ideas from Mohawk Home

Beyond the costumes and candy, spooky Halloween decorations and scare tactics, Halloween is the one holiday where it’s okay to play with our food. The Internet is full of delicious food recipes that look almost too gross to eat, and…

Top 10 Tailgate Party Ideas

If you’re a football fan like me, every summer, you start counting down the Sundays until September when college and pro-football resume.  In our house, the kids know homework has to be done before kickoff and all game day appetizer…

Creative Back to School Lunch Ideas

The temperature outside says it’s still summer, but for many kids across the United States it’s already back to school. I’m sad to say goodbye to sailing and the beach, lazy late evenings around the grill with the kids and…

Nautical Themed Nurseries

Nautical themed nurseries are in vogue, and for good reason! We adore everything about this theme: from the anchor motifs and oar inspired artwork, to the blue, white and grey palette. Whether it’s for a boy or a girl –…

Memorial Day BBQ Recipes

Memorial Day weekend officially kicks off the summer, and most Americans mark the holiday with the traditional BBQ. Our Memorial Day BBQ always includes the staples: potato salad, corn on the cob, hot dogs and buns, sliders dripping in hickory…

Cottage Style Décor Mood Board

Cozy, cottage style is a consistent favorite in home décor. From shabby chic to vintage flea market finds, there’s really no wrong way to incorporate this style into your home decor. We’ve selected five of our favorite cottage style elements…

Top 10 Recipes for Passover

It’s countdown to Passover in our home, which means pages upon pages of “To Do” lists, trips to multiple supermarkets all across town, and tons of cleaning. Everything before Passover has to be cleaned of Chametz, which is any food…