Tag: holidays

Get Your Chili on for Cinco de Mayo

Filed in Blog, Recipes by on April 29, 2019
Get Your Chili on for Cinco de Mayo

With Cinco de Mayo around the corner, it’s time to get your chili on.

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Another Family Feast?

Filed in Blog by on April 4, 2019
Another Family Feast?

Easter weekend is upon us! The catch is, of course, it tends to come with some sort of a family feast. If it’s your year, your time, your holiday, here are the tips you need to get through this family feast.

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Warm Up The Winter Months With Spicy Recipes

Filed in Blog by on December 20, 2018
Warm Up The Winter Months With Spicy Recipes

As the temperatures outside continue to dip and Old Man Winter makes a showing, ‘tis the season to kick back by the fire and settle in for a long few months of winter ahead. But if you’re looking to warm up the winter months, you may not need to throw another log on the fire […]

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Habanero and Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms

Filed in Recipes by on December 20, 2018
Habanero and Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms

Need something savory, cheesy and blazing hot for your New Year’s Eve buffet? We’re not certain you’ll need to look any further than this recipe which serves about 8 as a hors d’oeuvre. It truly has everything you’ve asked for – plus chorizo and mushrooms. Sounds good, right? And, it gets better. These mushrooms are […]

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Mad Fried Shrimp

Filed in Recipes by on December 13, 2018
Mad Fried Shrimp

Of course there’s a National Fried Shrimp Day. Why wouldn’t there be. And, we kind of love that it falls on the 21st of December; fried shrimp is perhaps the most perfect snack or easy supper for last minute holiday madness. It’s quick and deceptively easy to prepare. Better still, when you add in the […]

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August Foodie Holidays

Filed in Recipes by on July 14, 2016
August Foodie Holidays

What’s with all the foodie holidays? And how are you supposed to pick your favorites every month? Here’s how we do it.

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