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Our Must-Have Summer Reading List

Our Must-Have Summer Reading List

Grab your sunscreen, a cool drink and your favorite sarong because we're sharing some of our favorite summer reads. Whether you're lounging poolside with a spritz or relaxing in the AC, Pomegranate's summer reading list will keep you entertained.

Red, White, & Blueberry: Make a 4th of July Flag Cake

Red, White, & Blueberry: Make a 4th of July Flag Cake

It’s almost the 4th of July and we look forward to celebrating with family and friends, and of course, enjoying fireworks and delicious food set upon a festive and fun, patriotic table setting.

How to Make a Pomegranate Spritz

How to Make a Pomegranate Spritz

A signature cocktail here at Pom, the light and refreshing Pomegranate Spritz is perfect for a springtime brunch, festive holiday gathering, or summer book club pour. It is a less-bitter alternative to an Aperol Spritz and so simple to put together. 

Set the Table for Super Bowl LVIII

Set the Table for Super Bowl LVIII

Are you excited about Super Bowl LVIII and planning to host a gathering to watch the big game? Let's talk about setting the table with style and adding a pop of color to your space. This time, it’s all about red! Cheering on San Francisco or Kansas City? We’ve got your table covered!

Relaxed Beach Entertaining

Relaxed Beach Entertaining

Relax, you can do it! It seemed like a great idea when you casually mentioned, "come on over for a little bite to eat", but then the reality set in.  
Give the Gift of...Tea Towels!

Give the Gift of...Tea Towels!

What’s better than giving a gift to someone you care about? Giving them two gifts! Tea towels work perfectly for wrapping small items like baked goods, wine, jams and jellies, or even kitchen utensils.
Tagged: DIY
At the Spa

At the Spa

As the daylight hours begin to wane at this time of year, my preference for comfort foods hardly goes unnoticed. There is a definite correlation between flipping on the light switches earlier in the evening and my penchant for resorting to cooking up a large pot of turkey chili.
Preakness Angel

Preakness Angel

Despite stumbling around the final turn of the 2005 Preakness Stakes, a horse named Afleet Alex regained his footing and miraculously went on to win the race. Every year, his race is replayed on national TV before the live race is run, exemplifying the true heart and determination of a champion.
Garden Classics

Garden Classics

We’ve taken this classic design, updated the color palette, and included our signature pomegranates for a vintage feel. Our first print set precedence for how we do things around here. Since the beginning we have stayed true to the process of ancient hand block printing practiced in India for over 800 years. Our designs are hand sketched in house and then carved into wooden blocks to be stamped repeatedly onto delicate fabric, then washed, and hung to dry in the sun.
Tagged: Design
Bellinis in Bed

Bellinis in Bed

Mother’s Day morning used to start with me having to go back to bed and pretend to be still asleep, ignore sounds of crashing and scents of burning toast, and feign surprise when the kids would come in with a tray. Who would have thought that child #5, Lily, would be a chef in the making, capable of pulling together the most delicious breakfasts in bed. This was an all-time favorite, not least because it included a bellini made with fresh peach juice. Little did she know she was setting the bar very high for herself for each subsequent Mother’s Day.
Palm Beach Classic

Palm Beach Classic

A true classic, Marylou Whitney (or Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney as she was known back then) was the epitome of the Palm Beach hostess: beautiful, elegant, welcoming, a great cook and a gracious entertainer. Her luncheons and dinner parties were legendary, be they in Saratoga, NY, Lexington, KY or Palm Beach.
Spring Greens

Spring Greens

All eyes are on asparagus right now (just ask The New York Times and check out their latest recipes) but my favorite is as straightforward as it is delicious. Sometimes, on spring nights when I’m on my own for dinner, I’ll wrap asparagus spears in slices of prosciutto, drizzle them with a little olive oil and cracked pepper and throw them in the toaster oven.