Memorial Day BBQ tips – Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. For many, Memorial Day weekend also signifies their first chance to invite friends and family over for a backyard barbecue. While some never put their grills away for the winter, braving the cold so they can keep grilling year-round, many may need a refresher to ensure their Memorial Day BBQ starts summer off on the right foot. #Grilling
Tips for preparing to cook your turkey for Thanksgiving. A good entertainment plan that saves time and money is something to be truly thankful for. With the right plan, all that cooks will need to do on Thanksgiving Day is put dishes into the oven and remove them when they are done. A few hints from professional chef Jim Coleman can help you save money while affording you more time to spend with your guests. Now with a free printable version! #Turkey #Thanksgiving #TurkeyTips #Recipe
Did you know they use bugs in yogurt and other food? Yes! That’s right a bug called Carmine. It may even have another name used, so it’s not as clear that is is a bug. #Carmine
A religious story told to me about keeping your fork. It was told to me in my Walk to Emmaus. “The Best is Yet to Come” – Keep Your Fork – Includes Free Printable Version! #KeepYourFork
Skewered chicken goes great on the grill – Grilling chicken is an easy way to transform this versatile food into something even more delicious. Various cultures serve chicken in kebab form after grilling it over an open flame, and taste is a big reason this particular method of cooking chicken is so beloved. Recipe for Spiedini of Chicken and Zucchini with Almond Salsa Verde.
Double Chocolate Chip Cookies – Holiday cookies the whole family will love! Many people enjoy baking come the holiday season, and perhaps no dish is more synonymous with holiday baking than cookies. Children leave cookies out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, while adults may indulge and enjoy an extra cookie or two at family gatherings or holiday office parties.