5 Ways to Stress-Free New Year’s Eve Entertaining

Well, we did it! We made it to the end of this year and we’re looking forward to a new year beginning soon. No matter how this year turned out for you, we can’t pause time. Instead, we can roll with it and look forward to what’s to come.   Celebrating New Years with your […]

4 Ways to Give the Gift of Food for the Holidays

Gearing up for all that holiday shopping? Instead of driving yourself mad trying to find a gift that’s both affordable and well-received, think of the one thing that everyone loves…food!   Giving food as a gift for the winter holidays is one of the best ideas of all. Everyone enjoys food…  and you won’t go […]

A Physically Distanced Thanksgiving

We asked Gersky’s content creator and local Social Media Guru, Jonathan Howard, to share with us how he spent Thanksgiving with his family for their physically distant Thanksgiving celebration.   Although he doubts his family will be celebrating Christmas by the outdoor firepit, he wondered what can be learned and applied to a physically distanced […]

A 2020 Thanksgiving

2020 has been challenging for all of us and much like everything in 2020, Thanksgiving will be a bit different as well! That is why we decided to share a few tips on ways to remain safe this Holiday while still sharing your gratitude with those around you. Top 3 Tips for Thanksgiving Dinner to […]

2020 Trick or Treat Alternatives

Trick or Treat Alternatives  Here are some great trick or treat alternatives to keep your little ghosts and goblins entertained this Halloween!  A haunted house with extra large ghosts! Have the whole family chip in and create a haunted house that is large enough to be viewed by the entire neighborhood! Complete with ghosts made […]

A Backyard Biergarten

First a little history There are few annual festivals like Oktoberfest. It takes place in Munich, Germany over a two-week period ending the first Sunday in October. The festival originated on October 12, 1810, to celebration of the marriage of the crown prince of Bavaria (who later became King Louis I) to Princess Therese von […]

Backyard Barbecue with Friends?  Yes You Can – Sort of…

This whole physical distancing thing has put a big damper on the usual way we get together with family and friends. But May is National Hamburger Month.  And Memorial Day weekend is the official start of Summer.  At least we think so. How can you share burgers and your favorite sides with friends and still […]

Why is This Year (and This Meal) Different From Most Other Years?

For Jews, Passover is a special time, when relatives & friends gather to share the joy of our ancestor’s redemption from slavery in Egypt. This “Freedom Festival” is the most widely observed & best loved of the Jewish holidays. Food plays a quintessential role at Passover, not a peripheral one as with other holidays. Indeed, […]

Celebrate Your Wedding in Style…And Save Money Too!

According to The Knot, the average cost of wedding is now over 30,000. But do you really need to spend that much to have an affair to remember? I don’t think so! To help you throw a fantastic ceremony and reception that your friends and relatives will remember years later, while staying on budget, we […]