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Tangy Wasabi & Brown Mustard Beer Cheese Recipe

With big rivalry football games just around the corner, it’s fun to take your bar favorites and recreate them at home. One of my favorite guilty pleasures at a bar is ordering a huge serving of pretzels with beer cheese. After visiting Brat Brot in Birmingham this summer, I knew I’d have to try to recreate their fragrant wasabi beer cheese in my own beer cheese recipe. Keep scrolling to get the recipe! 

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Sleek and Chic Holiday Hairstyles

This post has been sponsored by TRESemmé. All thoughts and opinions are my own. As the holidays approach, my life, like many of yours, get exceptionally complicated with a variety of Friendsgivings, Thanksgivings, and Christmas or holiday parties to attend. With all of these events coming up, I’ve put together a helpful holiday hairstyle guide

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A Helpful Thanksgiving Timeline

This post was created in partnership with Honey Baked Ham. While there may be a sponsored element to it, all opinions are my own and it is a brand that I have adamantly supported since my sister worked her first job there in high school. Welcome to the season of abundant eating, cozy sweaters and

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Chic Halloween Tablescape

Truth be told my only motivation for decorating for Halloween is the opportunity to eat some Halloween candy. I don’t typically decorate my space in black’s and gold’s, but this black and white table runner and some stick on bats was just the thing to get me into the spirit to welcome my favorite spirits, The

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Painting Pumpkins

Thank you Decoy for sponsoring this post. Celebrate International Merlot Month this October by using the hashtag #MerlotMe on social! We had our first cool morning in Atlanta this week. After what seemed like a perpetual summer that came around after the winter that never ended, our first cool morning that arrived in October meant

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The Brasserie at Bazati Atlanta

I heard recently from an Atlanta native that almost a half a century ago, Atlanta was a small town just like Birmingham. The only thing that helped us grow into the city that we are today is that the city of Atlanta decided to invest in building our airport. Which is how we were able

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