Mini Apricot Rosemary Chicken Pies bring some rustic charm to any potluck or dinner party! Make a batch ahead of time for an easy weeknight meal when you need it. | FeastInThyme.com

Mini Apricot Rosemary Chicken Pies

Bring a little rustic charm to the party with sweet and savory Mini Apricot Rosemary Chicken Pies! These comforting hand pies are perfect for potlucks, dinner parties, date nights, and even make-ahead weeknight dinners.

Mini Rum Plum Cherry Picnic Pies | Feast In Thyme

Mini Rum Plum Cherry Picnic Pies

Sweet and compact, Mini Rum Plum Cherry Picnic Pies are the perfect travelling treat for your party or potluck. The stone fruit filling is balanced with tart lime and aged rum, then surrounded by a buttery crust that will leave you licking your plate and asking for more! 

Pressed Muffuletta Sandwich for a Crowd & Tips for a Brilliant Beach Picnic | Feast In Thyme

Pressed Muffuletta Sandwich for a Crowd & Tips for a Brilliant Beach Picnic

Accompanied by a homemade spread of marinated olives, artichokes, red wine vinegar, and spices, this Pressed Muffuletta Sandwich for a Crowd is the perfect lunch to share with friends at a beach day picnic. Along with some helpful tips and menu ideas to make the most out of your day in the sun and sand, you’ll be sure to enjoy this elevated take on the typical Italian deli sandwich.

Mini Mixed Mushroom, Pea, & Gruyere Picnic Pies (Vegetarian) | FeastInThyme.com

Mini Mixed Mushroom, Pea, & Gruyere Picnic Pies

Compact and travel-ready, these Mini Mixed Mushroom, Pea, & Gruyere Picnic Pies are the perfect savory complement to your next potluck, picnic, or friendly get-together. With a buttery crust and a hearty vegetarian filling, these little handpies are sure to impress!

Large Batch Whiskey Sours | Feast In Thyme

Large Batch Whiskey Sours | A Family Tradition

Whiskey Sours are a serious tradition in my family. For as long as I can remember, my grandfather would make these classic drinks for every holiday or get together we’d have. I’m reasonably certain it was the first cocktail I ever tried, likely given to me when I hit an age where I felt too old for Shirley Temples (little did I know there is no such thing). The drink was handed to me full of bright red maraschino cherries and giant wedges of orange, and was quite likely heavily diluted. It was delicious and citrusy and sweet. When my now-husband Sam came […]