Though I have known Vera for many years, I recently joined the VeryVera team to lead our media and brand partnerships for The VeryVera Show. The show is in its 9th season and has expanded from Augusta, Georgia into 30 syndicated markets across the United States. Our marquee sponsor is Sub-Zero Wolf Cove, the pioneers
April 10, 2011. I remember this date well. We had been married less than a week and were now making the drive back to Augusta as newlyweds. Augusta would now become my new home for the next three years as my husband, Clay, finished his dental school education. After unpacking and settling into my new
Creative Director Emily Yates traveled to Madison, WI for a site visit at Sub-Zero and Wolf’s facilities and to discuss filming with their in-house media team this fall. It doesn’t take much persuasion to get me on a plane. Tell me there’s cheese, great weather, state-of-the-art appliances, and gorgeous farm views on the other side,
Your child will be the talk of the classroom with these simple Valentine ideas! Click here for the Play-Doh Valentine card. Print on cardstock. Click here for the You’re the Bomb Valentine card. Print on cardstock.
Make your own reindeer treat bag with this simple template! Print the reindeer antlers and ears on brown construction paper, print the noses on red construction paper, and print the eyes on white construction paper or card stock. Fill in the pupils however you want for different reindeer personalities!
Lindsey Brumlow is a former employee of VeryVera. Today, she’s sharing her experience of working for Vera out of college. When I came to VeryVera, I was much like any other college graduate. I did not know what direction I wanted my life to take and worried endlessly that I would make the wrong decision.
The first week of October is National Get Organized Week, and to celebrate, Vera is sharing about one of her favorite organizational tools–the planner! If you have ever worked for VeryVera, you have been introduced to a planner. When I say “Planner,” you may be referring to my experience in events, but I actually mean
“Come to the table.” How often did I hear those words growing up, and as a mother, how many times have I said those words to my own children? On a Saturday evening this summer, I sought to honor the lady who spoke these words so many times. My mother, Ruth McBrayer Roberts, will turn
Hi! I’m Emily Yates, Creative Director for VeryVera. I do the food photography you see on our website and produce the Vera’s Corner segment in every show. On August 17th, I will celebrate 3 years with VeryVera. The above picture is from my first day on set! Recently, an academic advisor from the University of
Hi! I’m Caroline McCully. A year ago around this time, I wrote my first blog for VeryVera. I was an intern, fresh out of my first year of college, and everything was new to me, from sending professional emails to having my own desk. I arrived at the Cottage armed with my laptop and my
Cinco de Mayo is just a few days away! In Episode 2 of Season 6, we shared a few recipes and presentations ideas that are perfect for your Cinco de Mayo celebration! Here are our tips to make your party a success: 1.) Remember the history! It’s always a good idea to have some idea of the
Who would’ve ever thought VeryVera and Indianapolis would go hand-in-hand? We’re so excited that The VeryVera Show is taking off in Indianapolis on WISH-TV, and we’re equally excited that Park Tudor School has taken VeryVera Cooking Camp for summer 2018. Recently, Vera and I (Emily Yates, Creative Director) made the trip to Indy to officially
Hi! My name is Victoria Kirby and I have the pleasure of interning as the Culinary/Special Projects Intern with VeryVera this semester! I came all the way from Auburn, AL, where I am receiving a degree in Hospitality Management from Auburn University. I started my internship with VeryVera because I knew I wanted to get
You know who Reese Witherspoon is, right? If you’re an American (especially a Southerner) between the ages of 0 and 100, you should’ve answered “yes” to that question. Well, I’m so excited to be featured today on the blog for Draper James, Reese’s fabulous clothing line! I’m sharing my recipe for Red Velvet Cake, an
My February Sponsor of the Month is a family-owned Georgia business that I’ve absolutely loved partnering with–Star Granite! The Star Granite team were the helping hands that took the measurements and installed our gorgeous countertops and backsplashes. Throughout our entire renovation project, they were so helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable. The day they showed up to
Our February Saturday Campers had a blast making these too-cool scratch-off Valentines! Keep reading to learn how to make your own! Supplies Valentine card sheets Markers Clear tape Small dish ¾ tablespoon dish soap 1 tablespoon metallic paint, gold or silver Paintbrushes Instructions Click here to download the Valentine card template. Print on white cardstock
This weekend we celebrated Ward Wingfield Stewart’s 1st birthday. Ward is Catherine’s maiden name and Wingfield is mine. I’ve had fun watching him grow this year alongside his brother, and I have often reminisced to when his dad, Daniel, and his older brother, John, did the same things and had completely opposite personalities. The closeness
Introducing our January Sponsor of the Month: Cambria! Cambria was started in 2000 when the Davis family, already successful in the dairy industry, got the opportunity to enter the quartz processing business. Since that time, the company has expanded its facilities and its collections to give you endless options when remodeling your kitchen. We first