Started by QVC Editor in Kitchen & Food Talk, The Q We Love
Chili is a great year round meal. I like it in winter with a loaf of crusty bread, and in the summer with nacho chips. It’s perfect for a party because you can leave it on a warm burner on the stove or in a crock pot and let guests serve themselves. I admit that I usually make chili with a seasoning packet and a pound of ground beef for a quick meal. But for special occasions, I use this 2 Die 4 Chili recipe.
My friend Tova Borgnine first shared this recipe with me in 2004. She got it from a dear friend of hers, C.V. Wood, Jr., an amusement park developer and the man who brou... Continue Reading
Last Reply by barbiedoll14 | Started by QVC Editor in Q Did What?, The Q We Love
With Mother’s Day in the books, it’s time to think about our dads and grads! Father’s Day is Sunday, June 15, and the busy graduation season is in full swing. Whether you’re in search of the perfect present for a doting dad who deserves only the best, or a hard-working student celebrating an important milestone, QVC has endless ideas for thoughtful gifts that’ll make them say “wow!”
Thanks for all you do, Dad!
Little Giant 18-in-1 15’ Ladder with Wheel Kit & Work Platform
A step in the right direction. Dad’s handiness will go to ne... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Justice4all | Started by QVC Editor in Kitchen & Food Talk, The Q We Love
One of my favorite actresses is Sophia Loren. I first saw her in Marriage, Italian Style (1964) with Marcello Mastroianni. About 20 years ago a version that had been dubbed in English was on television. I taped it and watch it once a year. The quality isn’t great, and the movie hadn’t been formatted to fit TV screens, so most of the time I only see half of the actors’ faces! Recently I purchased the original Italian version (with subtitles) on DVD, but I prefer to watch the version I have on tape, bad though it is!
What does all this have to do wit... Continue Reading
Started by QVC Editor in For the Home Talk, The Q We Love
It’s time to get into the spring of things! Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and the days are getting longer. The change in season always gives me a renewed sense of inspiration. I’m suddenly motivated to clean, renovate, and redecorate. But sometimes I find myself fresh out of ideas. This year, I turned to Valerie Parr Hill, home décor expert, for her top 10 tips for refreshing a home. I’m now convinced that small changes really can make a big difference. And you don’t have to break the bank, either—Valerie’s first two tips won’t cost ... Continue Reading
Last Reply by junebug217 | Started by QVC Editor in Fashion Talk, Denim & Co
It’s been such a brutal winter that it’s almost hard to believe spring is finally here (woo hoo!). I know those of you who have endured snow storms and frigid temperatures can’t wait to pack away the boots and gloves and bring out the sandals and shorts. This month, I want to help put Old Man Winter behind us by sharing some inside scoop on Denim & Co.® apparel debuting for the warm weather ahead.
I spoke with QVC’s resident Denim & Co. experts—Program Host Carolyn Gracie and Designer Gary Goben—to talk about the “How” c... Continue Reading
Started by QVC Editor in The Q We Love, Gift Tip Blogs, Holiday Advice
This month I’m turning my blog entry over to Editorial Team member Ashley. As copy editor, Ashley makes sure all our i’s are dotted and our t’s are crossed. But that’s not the extent of her talents, as you’ll see below. She has an eye for great gift suggestions and quite a way with words. Take it away, Ashley!
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Ashley - QVC Copy Editor
Valentine’s Day is almost here! Can you feel the dread in the air? Yes, you read that right. Every year certain people enjoy reminding us that the only purpose of Valentine’s... Continue Reading
Last Reply by oneroomschoolhouse | Started by QVC Editor in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities
QVC resident foodie David Venable is celebrating “Stuff It! Month” on In the Kitchen with David (Sundays at noon and Wednesdays at 8pm ET) throughout January. His goal is to encourage you to try some inventive recipes and step up your game, one ingredient and one recipe at a time.
According to David, “Stuffed recipes provide a little surprise inside. I love the extra flavor, too.” Here are some of his quick tips for successful stuffing:
Stuff meat, vegetables (including squash, zucchini, and peppers) and sweets, such as cupcakes. The possibilities are e... Continue Reading
Last Reply by spiderw | Started by QVC Editor in Fashion Talk, Isaac Mizrahi Live!, Hosts & Personalities
Project Runway All Stars (which premiered October 24) airs Thursdays at 9pm ET on Lifetime. If you haven’t checked it out yet, a group of designers compete against each other to create beautiful and artistic clothes in the hopes of becoming the next big name in the industry. But first, they must get past the judges. For his third season, one of our favorite fashion designers, Isaac Mizrahi, is serving as a judge.
To add to the excitement, QVC was honored by being asked to supply the Accessory Wall and send Program Host Lisa Robertson as a guest judge for one of the ch... Continue Reading
Started by QVC Editor in Jewelry Talk, Diamonique, All About Accessories
I’m very excited to bring you a sneak peek of the jewelry Tova will present during Discover Diamonique® on Tuesday, December 10 at 3pm ET.
If you read some of the reviews at QVC.com for Tova’s jewelry , you’ll see it described as “stunning,” “beautiful,” “regal,” “lovely,” and “gorgeous.” These adjectives adequately sum up the essence of these exquisite pieces, and I speak from experience.
Prior to the May 2013 premiere of Jewelry by Tova—featuring Diamonique® I visited Tova ... Continue Reading
Last Reply by SchnauzerMommyNYC | Started by QVC Editor in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities
The fall season is here and everywhere are pumpkins, colorful leaves, and corn stalks. This is one of my favorite times of year (the other being summer). I love when the days are a little chilly, but the sun is warm. The fall foliage can be breathtaking, and it inspires us to bring a little of the outdoors in.
Last fall was the first time I decorated for the season. I bought a Bethlehem Lights Cornucopia for the coffee table.
The LED lights are subtle enough that I can also use it as a centerpiece for my Thanksgiving dinner table. I bought several garlands of fall leaves an... Continue Reading