If you love to cook, gather, eat, and repeat, you should be #supperclubbing. It gives us a chance to slow down, plan a thoughtful menu, and catch up over delicious food, wine, and cocktails, and what’s better than that? Here is the rundown of all of our Jubilee Supper Club “meetings” in one place. Want a full menu? Subscribe at the bottom of each post to receive a gorgeous PDF of each full Supper Club menu to recreate at home.
Fall is my favorite season, hands down. And for good reason–I spent most of my early childhood through my teens in Brookline, a suburb of Boston. September meant apple picking. October often meant trick or treating wearing a heavy coat over our costume. November usually ushered in the first light dusting of snow. To me, autumn tastes like the snap of a Honeycrisp apple, my absolutely favorite variety.Fall, with its leaves a riot of flaming reds, yellows, and oranges, is the last exhale before the brutal, breath-snatching New England winter. It was–is–magical.
Normally, each supper club has a theme. Last supper club’s theme was just complete fabulousness, but we’ve done everything from “Living Color” to a Hawaiian Luau. I spent a magical summer studying Ancient Greek Art & Archaeology abroad in Greece in 2004, and I fell desperately in love with the food, terrain, and culture. I yearned for a night that would reconjure the flavors and the mood of a warm, summer night on the coast of the Aegean. So, a few weekends ago, my husband and I hosted an informal, buffet-style Greek dinner party for our lovely friends in Jubilee Supper Club. Continue Reading
One of my favorite things in life (to host and attend) is a dinner party. Like I mentioned in my Girls on Food bio, I discovered my love of food by devouring every word and gorgeous photo in Martha Stewart’s 1982 cookbook, Entertaining. I daydreamed of the days I might attend such elegant affairs. As an adult, I now get to see those dreams into fruition. Many people love to entertain but do not host dinner parties because of the stress, time, and expense; but what if you only had to make one dish, and not a whole menu? Enter: this easy Jubilee Supper Club menu for an elegant, sit-down dinner party for twelve. Continue Reading