It began as a little blog highlighting the recipes and crafts of the Norwegian-born food and prop stylist Paul Lowe. Six years later, Sweet Paul
is an online magazine followed by millions and a print quarterly sold nationwide in specialty stores. Praised by the New York Times
as " a trove of seasonal delights," it is turning heads with its easy, elegant food and style-setting aesthetic.
Divided into Morning, Brunch, Noon, and Night, with color palettes to match, Sweet Paul Eat and Make
includes breakfast dishes like Morning Biscuits with Cheddar, Dill, and Pumpkin Seeds and brunches like Smoked Salmon Hash with Scallions, Dill, and Eggs. For lunch, there''s a super-quick Risotto with Asparagus, and for dinner, Maple-Roasted Chicken and a stunning Norwegian specialty, World''s Best Cake. Rustically chic craft projects-paper flowers made out of coffee filters, a vegetable-dyed tablecloth, and a trivet from wooden clothespins-will captivate even those who are all thumbs.