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Bottoms Up :: The Tequila Rose

Some of the best parties and projects we’ve worked on at Camille Styles have been fiestas — we just love this traditional concept for colorful outdoor parties! This year, we wanted to give our favorite theme a new twist with a drink that incorporated tequila, but wasn’t a traditional margarita. With a little help from… read more


Bottoms Up :: The Tequila Rose

Some of the best parties and projects we’ve worked on at Camille Styles have been fiestas — we just love this traditional concept for colorful outdoor parties! This year, we wanted to give our favorite theme a new twist with a drink that incorporated tequila, but wasn’t a traditional margarita. With a little help from… read more


Bottoms Up :: Lavender Lillet Cocktail

Even if you’re not the one hosting Easter brunch, you could definitely win points for “best guest of the year” by offering to bring a refreshing cocktail that kicks off the festivities. Sure, you could supply OJ and bubbly for mimosas without complaints… or you could really wow ‘em by bringing just a few ingredients to whip up these… read more


Tuesday Tastings :: Build-Your-Own Tartines

There’s this adorable French bistro in Austin called Blue Dahlia, and I love to meet friends there for a late lunch or a glass of wine to sample a couple of their tartines. Since this month is all about getting outside and soaking up the spring sunshine, we’ve had picnics on the brain: which foods… read more


How to :: Have a Spring Picnic in Style

When you ask the creative team behind Jeffrey’s, one of Austin’s finest and most stylish dining establishments to share their ideas for the makings of the perfect spring picnic, don’t expect anything ordinary. Think martini bar cart service…from a red Radio Flyer wagon or melt-in-your mouth raspberry macarons filled with strawberry jam and rose water… read more


The Super Foodie :: Blackberry Mango Fruit Leather

I had a childhood obsession with fruit leather…it was my favorite snack ever! And when I say fruit leather I mean fruit roll ups, the content of which I don’t even like to think about. So recently, I made my own mango and blackberry goodness. They taste even better than the fruit leather of my childhood,… read more


Morning Meals :: Spring Potato & Egg Bake

I love a one-pot meal for dinner, but I love ‘em even more for breakfast. This spring skillet bake is heartier than a standard “hash” and isn’t just a breakfast side…it’s the main event! Not only does it feed up to four guests, but you can serve it oven-to-table without re-plating or fussing over servewear.… read more


Bottoms Up :: Sunshine Smoothie

Last week, I returned from the ultimate getaway to Cabo San Lucas with girlfriends and sunshine galore. And let’s be real: I’m still in denial that reality has recommenced. Back in the Camille Styles office, I’m  attempting to infuse vacation (or staycation) mode into the air with this fruity sip that takes me back to… read more


Tuesday Tastings: Curried Cauliflower & Chickpeas

My friend Anne and I spent an inordinate amount of time discussing our love for it… my friend Kim and I both brought it to the same book club potluck (how embarrassing! It all got eaten though.) It’s not often that the humble cauliflower could be considered “buzz-worthy,” but it seems that the roasted cauliflower &… read more


Morning Meals :: Chestnut & Chia Seed Pancakes

As much as I eat my fair share of avocado toast, I love a pancake breakfast. Eggs or toast can be equally satisfying, but there’s something inherently special about pancakes. They always signify an occasion, or leisure weekend breakfast. These little chestnut cakes are super flavorful and will hold you over thanks to the addition… read more


Tuesday Tastings :: Hazelnut & Raspberry Éclairs

I’ll never forget my first trip to Paris. I was eighteen, and my mom and I celebrated my high school graduation with a dream trip where we meandered through Claude Monet’s waterlilies, strolled along the Seine, gazed at Picassos, and of course, sampled as much French food as one could possibly taste in the span… read more