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Holiday Tastemakers

How Rosie Case Does the Holidays

Wish you had a cheat sheet for how to make the most of the holidays? Look no further.

We asked Dallas tastemakers for their seasonal staples—those items that, for them, the holidays wouldn’t be complete without. Influencer Rosie Case shares her favorites.

Favorite place to buy gifts: I love the Camp Bowie Mercantile—they have everything from clothing and jewelry to antiques, kitchen accessories, and even wigs.

Go-to holiday cocktail or spirit: I really love prosecco around the holidays. It just feels more festive. I typically drink regular wine for the balance of the year.

Favorite holiday sweet treat: My great aunt used to make brownies with the most delicious mocha icing, and to my utter delight, my sister recently discovered the long-lost recipe.

Dish my holiday spread would be incomplete without: My legendary (in my own mind) gouda grits or hash brown casserole.

Favorite holiday tunes: My favorite Christmas album is A Charlie Brown Christmas by a thundering landslide.

Favorite holiday flick: Watching the charming 2019 animated film, Klaus, with my kids has become a new tradition.

Go-to sources for holiday décor: I keep my Christmas decor pretty minimal, but it’s hard to resist secondhand treasures from Lula B’s Cooper Street Antique Mall or Benbrook Antique Mall.

Must-have holiday decorative item: The heavily embellished and personalized handmade felt stockings made first by my great aunt, and then my sisters.

Favorite holiday tradition: The Italian-American feast of the seven fishes celebrated on Christmas Eve. Last year was the first year I attempted it on my own. Growing up on the Jersey Shore, we always celebrated it next door at my grandmother’s house.

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