Tuesday, November 10, 2009

A Thyme to Cook goes Live on Stage

A Thyme to Cook took center stage at The Katharine Heburn Cultural Arts Center with a dramatic pre-opera Brunch at The "Kate" in Old Saybrook.

The four-course brunch began with a fabulous house made cheddar, apple, cranberry turnover; and finished with an almond bavaroise with brandied white chocolate hollandaise. After brunch, guests took in the Metropolitan Opera's Turnadot on the big screen.

The recently renovated Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center is truly a wonderful addition to Southeastern Connecticut. Check out there website for upcoming shows and events!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Wedding Style Overlooking the Mystic River

Following Sheryl and Greg's Riverside Ceremony guests were greeted with the bride and groom's signature cocktail...vodka, lemon verbena syrup and cranberry juice garnished with an orange peel and a sprig of rosemary served in a martini glass. Cheers!

After cocktails guests were guided inside the Mystic Art Center where the festivities continued with a wonderful meal, cake and dancing.

The brides gown was absolutly gorgeous...truly a work of art!

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