June 26, 2022
Celebrate our nation’s birthday with some fun food activities with the kiddos! Fireworks and sparklers are a must when the sun is down, but create some new traditions with the family by making some patriotic snacks. Mind you, these treats are suitable for all ages; they are an extra bit of fun for kids. With minimal effort, healthy ingredients, and Fourth of July fun, you are able to satisfy their hunger and keep them occupied. Relish in the holiday festivities with these 5 creative, tasty projects.
June 20, 2022
Nothin’ sweeta’ than a dip with a pita! Ehhhh! Do you have some family gatherings or tailgate parties this summer? Grab a bag of pita chips and try some of the dip recipes! The best part about bringing a dip to an event is the portion sizes, anyone can grab as much or as little they would like for scooping. Which is your favorite dip to bring to a party? 5 Dips to Pair with Pita Chips Spinach Artichoke Dip
June 13, 2022
This recipe is quite a jerk. We don’t mean it’s ‘mean,’ but that it has Quechuan roots. “Jerky” comes from the Quechua word “charqui,” meaning dried and preserved meat. The mix of Southern American and African culture helped keep work “jerk” for the spice mixtures and slow roasting of meat. Enjoy a spiced-out, flavorful Caribbean Jerk Barbecue Ribs recipe!
June 6, 2022
Cover all your food groups with the Balsamic Grilled Steak Salad with Peaches. Enjoy the fruity flavors of the in-season peaches paired with the slightly charred steak and a creamy crumble of blue cheese, all laying on a bed of arugula. The hits all the three 3 S’s….sweet, salty, and savory! To add a little more warmth, you can even grill the peaches. Add some olive oil and grill until slightly caramelized. Balsamic Grilled Steak Salad with Peaches