Started by QVC Editor in The Q We Love, Q News, Hosts & Personalities
This month I’m turning my blog entry over to Editorial Team member Kelly. As a copywriter, Kelly writes home and heath & fitness product descriptions for our website. But that’s not the extent of her talents, as you’ll see below. Take it away, Kelly!
When I was a young girl, I loved getting lost in the glossy pages of fashion magazines—I still do! One year for my sister’s birthday, I made her a magazine filled with fashion and make-up tips. I remember planning out each page with art clippings and captions—I... Continue Reading
Last Reply by my cucina | Started by QVC Editor in Recipe Swap
Being from New England, I love everything maple! When I was a kid, my parents would take me and my sisters out for ice cream, and I always got a cone with maple walnut ice cream. Nothing but genuine maple syrup will do on pancakes and waffles, and I love maple-flavored bacon. I even got a bottle of Crown Royal Maple Flavored Whiskey for Christmas!
When it comes to pastry, I’m not big on cookies and bars, but I do like pies (my mom makes a killer apple pie, and I posted the recipe in a previous blog. My weakness, however, is layer cake. I love a good old-fashioned made-f... Continue Reading
Last Reply by JJ Girl | Started by QVC Editor in The Q We Love, Hosts & Personalities, Joan Rivers Classics Collection
This month I’m turning my blog entry over to QVC Senior Copywriter Annie. As a senior copywriter, Annie both writes and edits product descriptions for our website.
Talking with David Dangle, CEO of Joan Rivers Worldwide, was much like talking with Joan. He’s funny, very sweet, and oh-so down-to-earth. And any nervousness I might have felt upon entering the QVC green room quickly faded as he let out a friendly greeting. When I asked him if Joan was as hilarious behind closed doors as she was in front of the cameras, David told... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Leeny | Started by QVC Editor in Jewelry Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Joan Rivers Classics Collection
On the morning of August 28 as I was getting ready for work, Joan Rivers inexplicably popped into my mind. For some reason, I began wondering what the world—and QVC—would be like without the inimitable Joan. It wasn’t until an hour or so later while driving to work that I heard the news that Joan had been admitted to Mount Sinai Hospital after undergoing an endoscopy in a Manhattan clinic.
Like the rest of the world, Joan was in my thoughts during the following week as news continued to come in about her condition. Just when it sounded like she was improving, he... Continue Reading
Last Reply by mainelady2 | Started by QVC Editor in The Q We Love, Q News, Hosts & Personalities
Twenty years have passed since Program Host Rick Domeier joined QVC on October 10, 1994. Now, he’s happily married with two boys and one of the most recognizable faces and personalities on QVC. “A lot has happened in 20 years,” Rick muses. “All in all, it’s been a wonderful experience.”
I first met Rick shortly after I started at QVC about 16 years ago. I took my mom on the QVC Studio Tour. Rick appeared along the tour route and stopped and spoke to the group, and I remember how excited and impressed everyone was (myself included!). Work... Continue Reading
Last Reply by ksain | Started by QVC Editor in Denim & Co
Hey there—it’s Ashley, QVC Copy Editor, with details on a new Denim & Co. collection I think you’ll be interested in!
It seems like just yesterday I was writing to give you the lowdown on the popular Denim & Co.® “How” bottoms. When I interviewed Program Host Carolyn Gracie and Designer Gary Goben in March about the flattering, fashionable pants, they mentioned something else they were super excited about: Denim & Co. Active! I wanted to make sure I gave you the full scoop on the athleisure looks, as well—and what better time to dish... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Housework | Started by QVC Editor in Dooney & Bourke, Hosts & Personalities, All About Handbags
One of the most exciting things about shopping with QVC is feeling like you’re browsing alongside your best friends—from the comfort of your living room. We not only get to learn more about the products—everything from the number of pockets on a handbag to the outfit you’ll want to carry it with—we get to know the hosts and guests who begin to feel like our friends. We tune in to hear about Courtney Cason’s engagement, Amy Stran’s new baby, and to see David Venable’s “happy dance.”
Many of you have shopped alongside Dooney &... Continue Reading
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