I went quiche crazy for the Spring Issue of TABLE Magazine.
I enjoy winter the most when I don’t have to leave home. Hibernation is the key, and what better way to hibernate than in a rustic cabin with a comforting menu? This was the inspiration behind “Get Snowed In” featured in the Winter Issue of TABLE Magazine. Editor-in-Chief Victoria Bradley, photographer Adam Milliron and I drove the beautiful forests of… Keep Reading
“That’s a Wrap” Story & Styling by Quelcy // www.Quelcy.com
That’s A Wrap was a story full of inspiration for having friends over to wrap presents together, dress in layers, drink cocktails and eat wrap-themed appetizers and desserts. To make the story come to life, we used my apartment and my friends.
“For the Love of Leftovers” Featured in TABLE Magazine When I’m feeling nostalgic around the holidays, my mind often wanders to my mom’s homemade rolls. I’d slather those pillowy rolls with butter, and alternate dipping bites into cranberry sauce and the pooling gravy. What I recall most fondly though, was using those rolls to make sandwiches later in the evening…. Keep Reading
If I had the farm house of my dreams (someday!) and the bank account of my dreams (someday!), I’d head to Toll Gate Revival and buy out owner and reclaimer Seth Hunter’s whole collection. His combination of rustic woods, metals and pieces of history are one of the fastest tracks to my vintage loving heart. Even though the rule of… Keep Reading
When winter finally breaks, and spring emerges, there is a palpable sense of revival in plants and people alike. Those initial days of sunshine teeter between winter’s dormancy and spring’s rebirth. Slipping into one of Pittsburgh’s urban forests is one of the most experiential ways to observe this seasonal transition. Spindly branches will one day fill with florals. Muddy paths… Keep Reading
Whenever I share one of my baked goods, at least one person proceeds to tell me, “I love to cook, but I’m terrible at baking,” or, “baking mystifies me.” It’s a somewhat rational fear. Did I already add the baking soda, or was it baking powder? Tablespoon or tea? Not only is a failed baking endeavor disappointing, but it leaves… Keep Reading
I developed and styled this dessert and cocktail pairing for Table Magazine’s blog. This cocktail and dessert are the perfect combination for secluded winter days! Though the skies may be grayer than our vitamin D requirements would prescribe, and though the sidewalks may present snowy, icy death traps, the real problem with winter is not winter. The real problem is having… Keep Reading
Gold, grains and games… it was an elegant Thanksgiving dinner to remember! The cloth napkins were a gift for the guests. They featured a custom illustration of a cornucopia and hand lettering of the menu. Guests found their seats by identifying their hand calligraphed names on custom wreaths, which were their parting gifts at the end of the evening. Harvest… Keep Reading
The Ultimate Pre-Game Tailgate Menus with Historic Inspiration featured in Table Magazine, Fall Issue, 2013 With a gingham throw and wicker wares, the urban landscape quickly transforms into a stage for picnics and a perfect excuse to laze on a sunny day. Add a heightened sense of purpose and a community to the picnic premise, and you have yourself a… Keep Reading