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Monday, May 24, 2010

Sunday Suppers

Sunday Suppers is the amazing cooking class in Brooklyn, where photographer Karen Mordechai invites a guest chef into her home to teach a small group how to cook a delicious dinner from start to finish. When Martha Stewart Living decided to write an article about Sunday Suppers, Alex and I were lucky enough to be invited to the photo shoot. We were psyched...
I dressed up in a Gap maternity dress, stretched an apron over my belly and joined a group of lovely people (including Sarah from Saipua)...
Alex poured blood-orange liqueur over fruit to make Boozy Fruit...
And under the careful watch of the guest chef--Martha Stewart Living food editor, Shira--we all chopped, diced and stirred to prepare an Italian feast.
Here, Sarah shows off the herbed flatbread...
The meatballs were rich and fragrant, paired with a fresh tomato sauce...
And my favorite part of the meal, hands down, was the ridiculously delicious penne frittata with basil, ricotta and lots of pepper. I would highly recommend it (and definitely ate more than my fair share).
During dinner, we all chatted and drank Prosecco (well, water for me). Ben and Laura, the cute couple behind Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream, told us about their wedding in Central Park, recent trip to Bali, and how pistachio is their most popular ice-cream flavor.
Weren't the flowers by Saipua wild and wonderful? Sunday Suppers classes are always styled beautifully.
For dessert, we had delicious cookies...
...and affogato, an Italian dessert of espresso poured over gelato.
The classes always end with a little favor, and, that day, we got to take home Frankies Spuntino olive oil, as well as a booklet with the recipes. It was such a great day. If you'd like, you can sign up for a Sunday Suppers class here -- they're amazing! And read the full Martha Stewart article here and find the recipes here. We were embarrassingly excited to appear in the magazine, and, needless to say, our moms flipped out. :) Thanks again for including us, Karen!

(Photos by Karen Mordechai)

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Melanie's Randomness said...

That is so cool!! I've always wanted to go to a real cooking class like this. The photos are great!! I hope the article comes out nice & they use a shot with guys in it!! Aww your dress is pretty!! The meatballs & the blood-orange liqueur sounds & looks delicious!!!! What a treat! =)

{Cara} said...

I was just reading this article in line at the super market last night, but never made it to the page to see the photos of you guys- I probably would have screamed that's Joanna! lol-I am going to go back and pick up a copy :)

PS. that is awesome!

Aura said...

Everything looks so pretty! And you still barely look pregnant to me, I can't believe you're about to have that little one!

kristen said...

that is so cool!! i love it!! the recipes look delicious and you look so cute with your belly!! i cant wait for the magazine!

Luxurious Life said...

Absolutely divine!! How wonderful it must have been to be part of that!! Congratulations!!

Joanna Goddard said...

aw, cara, that is so cute! yes, we did appear in the magazine -- the june issue. totally and embarrassingly exciting :)

dreamday said...

love the photographs and ideas! you look adorable in your gap dress with an apron! xo!

Emily said...

That is so fun and amazing! I think I would just plain pass out if I was in Martha Stewart Living. I have to say that the food looks completely to die for and you and your little belly are just adorable!! You all look like you were having a blast!

In My Tennis Shoes said...

oh my! what a fun, fabulous time!

Sal said...

Everything looks totally mouthwatering. And holy moly, what gorgeous photos!

Jody said...

Joanna--you look beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely experience. I wish we lived closer to Brooklyn to do Sunday Suppers-it looks fantastic!

Miss Minty said...

Joanna, as I read this article in my June MS Living, I was looking at that picture of Alex and the fruit and thinking: "man....I KNOW that guy from SOMEwhere." And then I saw the picture of you and I got so excited. What great exposure for your awesome little blog (and I'm sure it was a great time). Hope you're feeling great. Happy early birthday to the little man!

erin said...

saw this yesterday and was so excited to see familiar blog friends! glad you shared here, too! xo.

kate reymann said...

I saw you in my June issue last week and was so excited to "know" someone in Martha Stewart. So awesome! And the meal looked delicious too. I adore that site.

MissAlyssa said...

wow that looks like so much fun! the photos are gorgeous!

Stephanie said...

You look ridiculously adorable with your belly, apron, and gorgeous smile. So fun!

heidi adnum said...

What a great idea! Looks great.

rosiecampbell said...

Beautiful pictures. I wish I lived in NY to take a Sunday Supper class. FYI- you look fabulous.

Lillian Chang said...

Wow, what an AMAZING experience!! It looks like a ton of fun, and what a perfect way to spend your weekend!! These pictures are fabulous :)
Glad to see these! Thanks so much for sharing, Jo!! :)

Stephanie said...

Aww, that looks like so much fun! My friend and I took a few cooking classes at a nearby community college a couple of years ago. The teacher was amazing, and we got some really great recipes from the classes. I'd love to do it again, but for the time being I'm just experimenting on my own or making my husband (the real cook in our relationship) make delicious things for me. ;-)

Bee Vintage Redux said...

So so awesome!!! The food looks amazing, and you guys look adorable! Super cool.

Dee said...

This looks like an absolutely amazing experience. I would LOVE to do something like this! The meal looks delicious!

Cupcakes and Cashmere said...

just being invited to something like this is beyond cool, but the fact that you're in martha stewart? wow. congrats, joanna! x

Vanessa said...

This is so great, and you just inspired me to finally take the plunge and sign up for a class or two or ten!

C said...

Wow, it looks wonderful. The food looks delicious and everyone there is ridiculously photogenic! I'm inspired to have a few friends over for a special cooking weekend!

Cassandra Marie said...

Looks like such fun! How lucky you were to be a part of that :D

Joanna Goddard said...

vanessa, you will love it!

Meg said...

i actually just saw this spread in MSL over the weekend and when i saw your name i was like, hey, i follow her blog! :) everything looks delish!

Helen said...

yum, yum and more yum! that penne fritatta sounds nice, i wonder if you could do it with spaghetti too? and hmm affogato...

TheBeautyFile said...

This looks fantastic....I'm so excited to try some of these recipes. What a lovely way to spend a Sunday night, I love how everyone contributes to the collective eating effort~

iheartkiwi said...

i love sunday suppers! It looks like everyone had an amazing time.

i am planning a birthday brunch next sunday and i think boozy fruit and the penne frittata would be perfect additions!

Teresa Hatfield said...

Thank you for this post! Great idea!
Teresa

Maria said...

These pictures are amazing, I wanted to lick the screen...that frittata and olive oil for a favor, pure perfection! and you are just glowing!

hip hip gin gin said...

That looks like such a wonderful time, and you look adorable!! So much yummy food and everything styled so beautifully!! Will definitely be picking up the June issue, how exciting!

un hamac said...

oh my goodness! the recipes are included? thank you joanna, martha stewart, and sunday suppers!!!

Courtney said...

You look amazing! And you are amazing for sharing this, Joanna! I have 6 people coming over tom night, one of which is a vegetarian (Hellooooo frittata!)...and I now have my menu, I do believe. I've been going back and forth on what to make! Perfect timing and I can't wait to try it all. xx

Mo Pie, Please said...

Wow, that's incredible! Glad you had fun and your mommies are proud :)

Tara said...

Lucky you! I love the Sunday Suppers blog. If only I lived in New York and could go to a class...

Angel Court Jewels... said...

So divine...love the pictures.

The French said...

We love Sunday Suppers and have been following them for a while. So envious! Would love to take a class, but a little difficult from the west coast.

Looks like a lot of fun:)

summer said...

i made that amazing penne frittata last week.. who would've thought eggs and pasta could be so happy together?

barbaraT said...

reminder for later: next life=MUST be born in NYC .... I.HEART.SUNDAY.SUPPER.
would sell my grandma to attend one of their INCREDIBLE events..
small, tiny, insignificant detail.. I live in Italy, more or less 7 hours of flight from there. BUT I have exactely the same Moka coffee maker! AND I still think I will be able to make it one day (optimism is a free and inexhaustible source of inspiration)
lots of good luck and positive thoughts for the baby birth dear Joanna, following you from Rome.

This Must Be The Place Blog said...

Sunday Suppers what a lovely idea!! So beautifully documented too.
The food sounds delicious too...makes me hungry!

Kathleen said...

I loved this article when I read it! this looks like a fantastic class and everyone looks like they're having a great time. I really love how the cookies are displayed - so easy and pretty.

Siri said...

What a wonderful idea! I wish they had that on the West Coast. The apron looked adorable on your belly, btw : )

Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

Drooling over all of the food, and you're dress/apron looks adorable (would have liked to see the belly though!)

Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem said...

Wow - have amazing. I'd love to come along, but a little too far from NL. The penne dish looks fantastic and one I will definitely try out. And the affotago. Lucky you I say

Alyson said...

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Brooke Premo said...

I totally saw you and got so excited in the Martha Stewart magazine. I was like, "I know her!" and my husband thought that was funny because I really don't know you in real life!

That affogato dessert looks amazing!

Amy@OldSweetSong said...

OMG. Seeeeeething with jealousy. That is too awesome.

Casual Trousers said...

Omg these look amazing! I feel hungry now

dulci said...

Joanna this is so cool! I love the Sunday Suppers blog - I'm super jealous!!! :)

p.s affogato is delicious and so easy to make!!

http://ladulcivida.blogspot.com/

Jeanette said...

How FUN - Congratulations on being in MS. I would faint. The meal, decor and guests all look amazing but what I would want most is that olive oil - yum!

Hannah said...

That is awesome. I'm not going to lie, I think my favorite part are those beautiful aprons. They are so sweet.

Carol {Everyday Delights} said...

I love it all! What a fun evening and great spread!

elysabeth said...

This looks absolutely wonderful! I love your apron <3 And oh my, that espresso/gelato dessert is to die for!

wishful nals said...

i actually was just reading this article last night in bed! it's so crazy to see someone you "know" among martha's pages. looks like a great evening. xo!

The Hip Hostess said...

What a charming way to spend an evening, something I would just adore! Looks like a lovely time was had by all, the photos are fabulous. So happy I've found you!

Jessica said...

You guys look so cute and this looks like a lot of FUN! Next time I'm in NYC I'm dying to try Ben & Laura's ice cream place, annnd I love pistachio ice cream.

the southern hostess said...

I am jealous on so many levels. How cool!

Diana Mieczan said...

That is so great! I have to read the whole thing..Ohh you look stunning in your Gap dress and everything looks so amazing! I do cooking classes for kids and moms...and I really enjoy the whole experience...Ahhh how fun:)
Muah

monkeyandsquirrel said...

oh my god... that espresso gelato dessert looks amazing!

Monica from Hola!design said...

So awesome!!! I want to take those classes!!!!

Ale. said...

This post has made me get even hungrier than I already was. It seems like you all had such a lovely time!

Have a lovely week.

xx,
Ale.

Dancing Branflake said...

Are you KIDDING? Dream come true alert! Oh my goodness! I cannot describe how incredibly jealous I am with my big smile on my face.
And you will always have that magazine to show your little boy what you did two weeks before he was born. How incredible!

Caddy said...

The food and its styling looks lovely. Plus the participants seems like a fun, interesting bunch of people. NEAT!!

nicole said...

What incredible photos & an amazing idea! I can barely cook anything beyond pasta & have always wanted to take a cooking class, so I really wish there was an opportunity like this for me in Florida. Looks like you had fun :]

Caroline, No. said...

Ooh, how fun! How beautiful everything looks. I can't wait to try Penne Frittata - if only my basil plant would grow!

Ashley Lynn Fry said...

I just read the article in the mag on Friday morning & was wondering if you'd blog about it... ta-da!

It is a lovely article, with lovely photos too! It made me SO hungry! Looks like you guys had a blast!

xoxo

Kiera said...

Wow, that is absolutely amazing, and I'm totally checking out every single link you listed. Martha is so classy- must've been a blast!

Erin said...

I don't which is more tempting -- the penne frittata or the affogato!

Christina said...

Really cool! I don't live in New York, but my friends and I have been talking about taking a cooking class at our local Viking store. It looks like it would be fun.

yasmin said...

what a fun thing to do (and document!) pre-baby! sounds like you had a blast--you both look lovely in the pictures.

Cat said...

What a magical, yummy adventure! The photos are just lovely!

How cute you are in that dress :)

Happy new week to you!

Katie said...

This feast looks amazing, but that's to be expected! I tried out their recipes for Sunday Brunch and was rewarded with lots of happy friends - even if my version was a lot less stylish than theirs!

Estelle said...

Wow, did you feel like the luckiest lady on the planet? That looks amazing and pregnant eating is the best. Enjoy while you can. =)

mina said...

this looks like so much fun! i wonder if alex and i can get into a class while we're in nyc - probably not, now that's it's been in martha stewart living!

also, i don't understand how you manage to look so fabulous while being so pregnant!

Trina S. said...

beautiful blog! I love the chalk boards... I am a fan of chalk boards... almost looks like they "where" mirrors then some chalk board paint maybe?
Love it! oh yea and the food looks amazing;)

Trina
www.mommeville.com (blog)

Allegra said...

saw the article last week, and was very excited to see you and alex! looks like a fabulous class.

xoxo,
allegra

p.s. your little belly was so cute too!

Edana said...

That looks like so much fun! And now I really, really want a penne frittata--it looks like it would be an excellent thing to eat cold on the patio as the weather continues to get better. Thanks so much for sharing, I'll have to check out those recipes!

http://edanacooks.blogspot.com

amynicole said...

WOW! this whole thing is amazing. completely beyond rad that you were invited and overly cool you're in martha! Wow. you guys are the coolest. you looked so pretty in your dress too with that cute apron! the couples outfits looked amazing. the food looked mouthwateringly divine. Wow. so cool. so cool.

Laura_theSCOOP said...

That is soooo great! Beautiful images of the food, the setting, and the two of you - such a stylish and fun couple! Congrats.

alyson. said...

I was grinning on the airplane while flipping though the MSL when I saw your smiling face. I'm sure if anyone saw me they must have thought I was REALLY excited about making that flat bread. ;)

Samantha Holcomb said...

Lovely shots! The food looks delicious!

C. said...

Wow, congrats that IS awesome! And the food looks delightful.

lisa golightly said...

Very cool ! Everything looks amazing and yummy. Lisa

Anonymous said...

can you get us the recipe for those chocolate layers cookies?! thanks!

bigBANG studio said...

Miss Jo, you look positively radiant in those shots! I've been following the activity at Sunday Suppers for a while am tickled pink that you had the opportunity to be a part of one.

On that theme: there is a nomadic, sporadic dinner party entity in the desert around Joshua Tree, CA called Bistro Escondido that might interest you...recently they hosted one of their open-to-the-public dinner parties at the famed itHouse, an off the grid marvel of steel and glass in the high-desert (and the darling of Dwell, Sunset, the LA Times, and your hubby's paper). Uniting gourmet vittles and world-class architecture in the rural desert and making both assessable to the public is a pretty amazing idea. And the feast was prepared in a house running solely on solar! Might be a fun CoJ post? Pictures of the event up on my blog if you're interested.

Cheers!

paula said...

I was so excited to see this in my recent issue. It's going to be my inspiration for my 30th later this year.

anna said...

oh that looks so fun! if only i lived in nyc... and you look so lovely in that colour blue joanna!

greetings from sweden.

ALFIE said...

ahhhh!!! this is amazing! i love sunday suppers! throw in a little martha photo shoot and you're the luckiest girl in town :) you look great!!

Foxy said...

I nominated you for an award on my blog :)

Joanna Goddard said...

thank you so much for these lovely comments!! xoxo

Em-Jae said...

Amazing idea.
Beautiful people.
Delicious food.

Mackenzie {Design Darling} said...

oh my goodness, what fun! you look like you're having a blast. and the food looks SO good!

Pretty Mommy said...

Gorgeous!!! What fun :)

Lana said...

You've already got so many comments but I might as well add another one! Lucky you! I would love to go along to a Sunday Suppers class! And aren't those flowers gorgeous too, great post!:)

the real mia said...

Good food and pretty aprons... sounds heavenly!

Laken said...

Yikes. Amazing!
My jealousy is taking over :)

Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

Wow! What an amazing experience. Everything looks so fun and delicious. I love group cooking classes/dinners. Makes gathering together so fun. Affogato is officially my favorite thing EVER. Never heard of it before but will now eat it every day :)

Jill Wignall said...

What a fun thing to be involved in! And all of those recipes look great. I'm sure it was a lovely day.

katecreate said...

Oh my goodness, you look so amazing in that dress. The whole dinner looks like a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing the pictures!

Noodles and Waffles said...

Wow. What a cool concept. I wonder if there is anything like that here in Chicago.

jen laceda said...

Gorgeous!!!

Red said...

oh myyyy this is BEAUTIFUL! u mustve had so much fun. the food looks divine, and ur shots are great!
x

The Paris Party and Wedding Planners said...

Absolutely jealous! Thank you for sharing your wonderful evening with us!! :-)

Love, The Paris Party and Wedding Planners

jane said...

what a fabulous little party. not to mention, documented beautifully so you'll always remember it.

and affogatos? yum.

whataboutsummer said...

how beautiful! looks great

why don't people wear aprons more often? I think they are so chic
Katherine

BusyB said...

what great photos! Food looks great too!

Mabel and Zora said...

This is my favorite post from you to date. very inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing.

Nickie Frye said...

OMIGosh, I'm famished now.

Great photos, btw.

Unrelated congrats for being named the 4th most influential personal style blogger. Sheesh! Great job!

Taylor Sterling said...

this looks so fun! I want to try something like this soon! I need to learn better cooking skills!!

kelly ann said...

oh my, how wonderful! it looks like everyone had such a fun time... and mmmmm the food looks SO good!!

you look fantastic in that blue colour, by the way. :)

Susie said...

I just received my June issue of Martha Stewart Living, but haven't had a chance to read it yet...but then I saw your blog this morning and went straight to the magazine. What a great idea. Sounds like a fun evening. Glad you felt up to it too!

Meghan said...

This looks like such a blast. I cannot cook at ALL, but would love the concept of doing so as a group!

And you look positive glowing!

Brooke said...

Looks like a wonderful day - can't wait to try out some of the recipes and see more pics and tips over at the SS blog soon! Wish I lived in NY!

Tamara Nicole said...

Oh my goodness that sounds soooo fun! Lovely photos, very inspiring! Maybe I'll have to start my own here in Seattle lol

Deb Oh said...

Joanna. This is so so cool.

The Lil Bee said...

What an amazingly fun experience, and how neat to meet all those interesting people! Congrats on the article, too!

Kristin Hjellegjerde said...

How absolutely fantastic. I am terribly jealous....
that looks like the most wonderful event and I am contacting Saipua for my wedding flowers in September:) Thanks!!!

Happenstance said...

What a fun opportunity. The food looks great, especially the dessert. Great pics of you and Alex!:)

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Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Looks like so much fun and reminds me just how crazy it is that I have not ever indulged in an affogato. This must change! It is a disgrace...

The Iconic Blog.com said...

This looks like so much fun! I just emailed them to take a course. Thanks.xx

Sandy a la Mode said...

oh wow, this is soo awesome! i totally wish i could join one of the cooking classes! the food looks amazing and your dress and apron look super cute! =)

melanie lace said...

I thought that was you! You and your tummy are adorable :)

rebekah said...

Wow, that looks so delicious! Looks like you had such a fun time! I love the gelato-espresso dessert - mmmm-mmm! A favorite pastime!

http://stripedandspotted.blogspot.com

Ana Patricia said...

that is so incredible!!!

Abbey said...

fantastic!!!

Jules @ Lovely Las Vegas said...

What an awesome session/gathering to be a part of. The images of you and the food are so lovely. Congrats on being a part of the magazine article!

Darleen said...

I know! I saw the article and your picture and I asked myself if it was you. Sure enough your name was listed. Awesome! Fun article.

A.Kelley said...

Okay, first of all: you cannot even tell you are pregnant in the photo of you! And secondly, this is the coolest thing EVER! What an amazing experience. You are a lucky lady!

Prippy Handbook said...

This post is truly inspiring! I went to the market and will be making the penne frittata tomorrow. Affogato is also a favorite dessert and I forgot how elegant an end it is to any meal.

Thanks so much for sharing something that has inspired me to put on the apron and get cooking!

Heidi said...

Your friends are incredibly well-dressed! :)

Ellie Jacobson said...

Oh my gosh, how awesome...thank you for sharing the mouth watering photos..what a great experience that would be!

Ellie..a wannabe cook!

bailey said...

It looks absolutely delicious! This is such a great idea for a Sunday night. Thank you for sharing!

http://www.dinnerclubmd.blogspot.com/

Whimsy Being said...

What a treat on so many levels! It looks like you guys had a great time... =) Hope your week is off to a great start!

m said...

oh my...you're so lucky to be there! all the food looks delish!

Masy said...

Oh that seems so fun and charming! So nice to have a get together like that with friend:) Nice pictures too. Have a very good start on your week!
best,
Masy

Summer (designismine) said...

i'm so jealous! i dream of being a part of sunday suppers! you look stunning and the food looks all too delicious.

christina said...

really cool. looks like out of a food magazine. the blue dress is gorgeous and I#m getting hungry ;)

executive training programs said...

Looks like so much fun and deliciousness! Definitely going to check out the recipes and the article. And got to check out Sarah's blog to see if she posted more pics of flowers - her arrangements are amazing.

jodi said...

you look stunning in all your full-bellied beauty!

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

I went to sleep last night dreaming of that fabulous arrangement...Queen Anne's Lace is my favorite...
What a fun (and gorgeous) crowd. Joanna, you look fantastic--glowing and beautiful. I'll have to check out Gap Maternity (I'm pregnant too).

Congratulations on such a fantastic article.

Bridget said...

i love these photos. and that herbed flatbread looks delicious.

musing in istanbul said...

amazing pictures!!! lovely!!!!

Sara Bentley said...

That looks like so much fun! I wish I lived in NYC...
You look positively glowing in that photo BTW :) You should've modeled for Gap Maternity!

Blindcopy said...

gorgeous pictures. i love that bell-shaped glass thing for the biscuits! very decorative!

kazeem said...

WOW!!!! really great idea - bringing folks together under the umbrella of Food. Keep posting all these amazing activities - fashion, food, vacations, life, fun....

Kazeem:-)

Ashley said...

How exciting! I've been dying to go to one of these suppers--looks so lovely!

Lenore said...

What a fun thing to do as a couple! Thanks for sharing!

XO
Lenore

Joslyn said...

how totally fantastic!
i bet it was a blast...you look lovely ;-)

clau said...

you look gorgeous and your blog is fantastic!!!
Congrats!!
p.s.: love this Sunday menĂ¹!

christine said...

oh my gosh, AMAZING. What a fantastic evening!!

And the Affogato!! drooool. Thanks for sharing! You look so cute with your little aproned belly :)

Aimee said...

I want to go to there!

Sammi said...

That looks awesome

You look beautiful that maternity dress!

Kristin said...

are you in labor joanna? you haven't posted anything today!

Walter Helena said...

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Thank you for creating such a lovely space : )

I’d like to invite you to win a piece of my fine art through a giveaway on my blog.

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alli/hooray said...

Wow, what an amazing experience!! Everything looks just beautiful.

seesaw designs said...

this is so amazing... i would love to attend. gorgeous photos and styling. i'm hungry now.

Apt. #34 said...

I'm running out to get my copy right now! I have such a huge crush on Sunday Suppers and hope that I'll get to take a class there at some point. Thinking of you as your due date nears!

M. said...

I usually read a few blogs in the morning before I start my day. Yours isn't up yet, so of course the first thing I think is that you're in labor!

I am so silly, but this is what I will be constantly thinking until you pop...

I'm excited for you!

Sarah Rene said...

Looks amazing! Missing your posts today...One of the things in the day I look most forward to....

Melange a Trois said...

I saw this in MSL this month and was so jealous! If I was still living in NYC I'd be all over it! Can someone start an LA chapter???

The Beso Team said...

Looks like an amazing time and experience! And the food looks divine. How lucky to be part of this cooking event.
Dana @ The Beso Team
Beso.com

Erika ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

holy bananas! - i can't believe i never knew about this place! -- i knew about a place in Brooklyn that teaches u how to make pizza - but not a guest chef .. i'm ALL over this now - thank love!

*Hug*
Erika
~Tiptoe Butterfly~

Logan said...

Um, how adorable are YOU with that apron stretched over your belly?! Awwww.

Oh, and the food looks good too :)

Jill Turner said...

That is so so so exciting! Congrats!

These recipes look so delicious - I can't wait to try some.

Sera Pie said...

Such a cool idea! It all looks amazing!

starshwer said...

I was wondering when you were going to write about this! I was so excited when I read the article and recognized someone in it!

Agusta said...

No posts today. Did the baby come early??

JBeaudetStudios said...

Hi Joanna! That looks like such fun and so yummy! i wish I could do something like that! Jennifer:)

megan said...

You know when you don't post we all think you're in labor! :) If that's the case, good luck Joanna!!!! As my friend said to me, "Be ready for that little dude to rock your world!"

jennasecrist said...

I love this! This makes me want to have a dinner making party every sunday with friends and family--how fun!

CC Taylor said...

What an amazing experience! I love the flower arrangement by Saipua.

K.C. McGee said...

gemini-baby?! are you here!??!!?!?

Kristin Hjellegjerde said...

A day without a blog from you makes me think you are having a baby right now????
In case, good good luck!!!!

VIET said...

going to try out that penne frittata tonight. unrelated but i have a feeling you are in labor right now :)

{lovely little things} said...

Looks delicious & fun!

Alison Shaye said...

I have been following your blog everysince it started. I finally caved in and do a blog about my soon to be military life. Life in general and fashion. I want to say your a inspiration to me and i love everysingle blog post you created. Good luck with the baby and starting a "new" family life.
ox,
Alison Shaye

Wahzat Gayle said...

what a delicious way to spend a Sunday.... totally jealous!

though happy you got some coupletime before baby comes

D. Marie said...

How amazing to be including in such an amazing cooking class with all these great people plus be featured in Martha Stewarts magazine! The penne and the meatballs look so tasty!! I love Italian food! Congrats! Going to check out the Martha link! PS how cute are you and your belly! :)

Bringing Pretty Back said...

You are SO lucky!
Kristin

Kiley said...

No posts makes me think you're having the baby today :) If so congrats!

AnastasiaC said...

it looks fantastic!! what a great class and what a perfect way to finish off - eating all that yummy food!!
you look gorgeous too Joanna! not long now huh? im excited for you guys.....

lifeinapinkfibro said...

Oh yum! That looks like a tasty delight of a day from start to finish.

mindy said...

Hmm, no posts today Joanna? :) Sending lovely thoughts your way in case you're welcoming your new little man into the world! xoxo

robinwehl said...

Loved the article! Are you in labor? Post soon.

Diana Mieczan said...

Hmm...are you ok? I bet your little one is on the way....:)
Kisses and be safe!

bobbi said...

When it's really hot but you still want a cup of coffe, affogato is the best thing. I totally live on it during summer. Coffe and vanilla ice cream, mhhmmhhh...

Aliblahblah said...

I think I might be a little behind the times but I have just stumbled across your blog and really like it - great writing, content and photos....do you take the photos yourself?

Sarah from 20somethingcupcakes said...

Jo - Thank you so much for posting this! What they're doing at Sunday Suppers is my dream one day. I am absolutely in love with every single detail about this, and I'm loving the bottles of olive oil as gifts. I can't wait to do this someday. xxSAS

Not your goddess said...

Congratulations on the little one!

junebug said...

So exciting that you're not posting! Hope all is well in newborn baby land; I can't imagine any other explanation. Love to you and your new little family!

Anonymous said...

Happy day of birth baby! Congrats! xx

k8te said...

anytime there is a lapse in blog posts i think joanna is having the baby! :)

Anonymous said...

Supposedly she has had the baby. Congrats Joanna and Alex if the rumors on your facebook are true!

dc said...

Beautiful post and Congratulations!

Sunlight...* said...

I think she did!! So happy!

Carrie said...

Aeesome pictures and great blog post!

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