Wheels up to party time! A bar cart on wheels means you can play bartender no matter where the party starts. Keep things simple with one signature cocktail and colorful glassware. Herbs in pots below make perfect fresh garnishes.
A farmhouse table moved outside is the perfect setting for this breezy garden party. Keep the color scheme neutral with white dishes, natural linens, and fluffy pillows.
These DIY centerpieces prove simple is best. Choose one standout flower and add delicate accent sprigs. We love sunny orange blooms for this backyard affair.
Vinegar stars in flavored ice cubes in this bubbly cocktail. Add to each cocktail just before serving.
The secret to creating the ultimate cheese platter? A mix of textures, tastes, and flavors. Choose one to three cheeses, some hard and some soft. Toss on fresh fruit, nuts, and olives. Finish with a homemade condiment like spiced pesto.
To appreciate the unique flavors of olive oil, try hosting a special tasting. Expert Theo Stephan shares her tips for trying each oil:
Pour a tablespoon of each into a small cup and warm it in your palm to release the oil's aromas.
Sip and let the oil coat your mouth and the back of your tongue.
Pay attention to the finish. It may be buttery, fruity, herbaceous, peppery, or bitter.
This baklava takes a walk on the savory side. Finish this flaky party appetizer with a drizzle of honey sauce.
These gorgeous appetizers start with fresh edible nasturtiums. Fill the center of each with a luscious herb and goat cheese mix.
Olive oil stars in this cold summer soup. Finish each bowl with a hearty drizzle and a sprinkling of homemade sesame spice mix.
There's even olive oil in the cake! We'll show you how to make the cake and frost it for a party presentation.
Echo the fresh fruit from the appetizer cheese plate in your dessert. A fresh fig topper looks stunning on this naked layer cake and ties the party menu together.
Weave together fresh olive branches to create a stunning summer wreath. Choose branches that have plenty of green leaves for the most texture.
Send guests home with something to snack on. These quick pickled veggies get big flavor when soaked in fruit-flavored vinegar.