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THE EYE: Oak Wood Salad Servers

By Christopher Stewart | March 19, 2013

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Photo Courtesy of Georg Jensen

With warmer weather, brings unexpected dinner guests. I know that when the seasons change and the sun is shining, I enjoy hanging out with friends at home, laughing and eating, of course. And being fashionable shouldn’t only involve clothing; it should flow over into your entertaining. Who wants to serve and entertain with boring utensils? No one. The George Jensen Oak Wood salad servers do not fit into the category of boring. The wood design and stainless steel finishing will perfectly contrast with your bright crisp salad or perfectly roasted vegetables. Don’t just stop at serving great food. Be the hostess with the mostest, not only with delicious recipes, but with stylish serving utensils as well. Read More

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Springtime Entertaining With Isaac Mizrahi

By admin | April 27, 2012

Photo: ©Mackenzie Stroh

Photo: Mackenzie Stroh

When we think of Isaac Mizrahi, we think of color. His bright shades of color and bold patterns make him automatically come to mind when we think of spring. Likewise, he’s also inspired by spring and all of the aspects that come around this time of year. The past night’s Spring Party for Good Shepherd Services was definitely evidence of that.

For those of you who follow Isaac, you would’ve heard about his inspiration board concept. Isaac always encourages everyone to have an inspiration board to help them organize their ideas and inspirations for a certain project or for their style in general.

The night of Isaac’s fabulous Spring Party we got a chance to ask Isaac what was currently on his inspiration board and he also gave us some insight to some key entertaining tips for the spring. Here’s what Isaac had to say… Read More

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