Tag Archives: gourmet cooking

Happy Fourth of July!

Last year I was in the Hamptons on Fourth of July which was a lot of fun! You can read the post here. This year I am throwing a small BBQ at House…More

My Summer Steak Marinade

I was at Whole Foods recently and decided to make skirt steak. I have never cooked with it before but I knew I wanted to use a marinade. I wanted it to be…More

House of Squirrels Holiday Gift Guide

Have you been naughty or nice this year? Or a little of both? If you were a little naughty don’t fret, living the Squirrel life requires a little naughtiness every now and then.…More

Turkey Day Tips

It’s almost turkey day! I love Thanksgiving week and all that it brings. Fall weather is here, the leaves are bright with colors, the air is crisp, walks are filled with smells of…More

Burger in Paris

It took Air Frances’ Air Bus 380, 5,658 miles and flying over Greenland at 35,000 feet to land in the city of lights where I had the best burger of my Squirrel life!…More

My Quest to Become a Chefs BFF

My favorite thing about Gato, is that my new “bff” is the chef there (unbeknownst to him). The journey began in Paris last December. One evening, in a tiny restaurant in Montmartre (where no…More

Anna the Great

While I was in Provence for 10 days in April our American friends who live in Paris came down and stayed with us for five nights. Lucky us! Why you ask? Meet Anna,…More

SHOP Squirrel is Live

We are so proud to launch SHOP Squirrel on House of Squirrels website. After months of building the shopping cart, making the antique linen towels, sealing the deal with the french olive oil…More

Thanksgiving Prep

Three things Friday is about Thanksgiving prep! Yours truly, Principal Squirrel, pictured above making HOS’ famous Green bean casserole at last years Thanksgiving. Yes, I can multitask with Chi in hand! 🙂 Below…More

Three Things to Keep in your Cupboard

Bourbon is the trend that is happening in the foodie world right now…with all the food shows I watch, I see a lot of Bourbon being used in dishes. Use it for sauces,…More