Here at Red Velvet, spring has sprung! As we all know, spring time is synonymous with brunch time. As the lines outside of your favorite eateries get longer, and the wait follows suit, planning an Easter Brunch can seem like a daunting task.
Do you live in a teeny NYC (or NYC-sized) apartment with a kitchen to match? Perhaps you have just 2 feet of counter space and haven’t even attempted to bake anything because you think it will be too much of a pain.
Here at Red Velvet, we feel like spring has sprung! Yes, it may seem a bit early, but yesterday was the first official day of spring, and 65 and sunny means it’s close enough to propel us into the next season.
You’ve laid the table, refilled the snack bowls and stocked the kitchen. What ties your party together is the hosting – the proverbial icing on the cake. It can be a stressful job. After all, everybody wants to pull off the perfect night. To help
Bake it til you make it, right? Baking is most often thought of as a cumbersome and daunting activity. It’s something you have to be super gifted or talented to pull off. Well, we don’t agree. Here are a few hacks that will make you