At his time of year, Americans flock to backyards with libations, meat, music and friends. They celebrate the birth of their nation culminating with fireworks that symbolizes the cannon fire from the battles fighting for independence.Here's a unique recipe that will surely bring as many ooo's and ahhh's as the fireworks themselves!Ingredients 1 slab St.… Continue reading Firecracker Ribs
It's a special time of year, no, I don't mean when we turn from white to pink to shades of red. No, I don't mean when the menfolk don such fashionista ideas as socks and slides with a Hawaiian print shirt. No, the locals on the Southern shores will tell you it is Soft Shell… Continue reading A Local’s Favorite
Chinese New Year or 'Spring Festival' is China's most important festival and holiday time. February 5th marks the year of the Pig. Occupying the last position in the Chinese Zodiac, the 12th, the Pig symbolizes such character traits as diligence, compassion, and generosity. Pigs enjoy life and because they are entertaining, others enjoy their company,… Continue reading Chinese New Year – Year of the Pig
So it's Super Bowl season. Some of us are in it for the commercials. Some of us paint our faces in our teams colors, darn our teams shirt, and prepare to invest EVERYTHING in the few hours of the most important game of the year!! It's a big day for parties, food and drinks! Food… Continue reading Super Bowl
Who here hates waiting for butter to soften before you can smear it on some toast? Once upon a time in the South, your mother and your mother's mother would leave butter out in a covered butter dish, it rarely got refrigerated, but you probably went through butter a lot faster. After a couple of… Continue reading Butter Bell
So it's a bit into the new year. 2019!! Have you made some resolutions? Healthy eating? Healthy living? Quit confusing the bar and the gym? Be kinder? Decide whether to make resolutions? Well, we probably won't be helpful. Except if your resolution is to eat, drink, and wander around to find fun & yummy things… Continue reading New Year. New You?
Jump back to 1879. Rutherford B. Hayes signs into law an official federal holiday of remembrance for the George Washington. Now we have a delectable three day weekend thanks to President Hayes. Kennedy loved baked chicken, Carter liked corn bread, one of Clinton's favorites is chicken enchiladas, Obama loves chili, Teddy Roosevelt loved Turtle Soup.… Continue reading President’s Day