Month: January 2018

  • Peanuts, Recipes, and Everything In Between

    Every single year there are people that consume peanuts on a pretty consistent basis. For most people, this consumption will come in the form of peanut butter. It takes just about 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter, according to the National Peanut Board. There are plenty of other recipes for peanuts […]

  • How to Prepare for Your Next Ice Cream Social

    The term Ice Cream Social might sound a little bit dated, recalling the days of yesteryear when men wore boater hats and women wore long dresses that fully covered their ankles. Though many groups around the country will still use the term as a way of harkening back to older times, one thing is definitely […]

  • Four Reasons to Consider Beekeeping as Your Next Hobby

    Are you looking for that perfect gift for your unique friend? Are they the person who is always trying a new hobby? Do they enjoy learning and trying out their skill at different activities? Consider a beekeeping kit for an entirely unique and entertaining gift idea. Beekeeping is a hobby that has been around for […]

  • Things You Never Knew About Macadamia Nuts

    Americans eat a lot of nuts, and a lot of those nuts are peanuts. Peanuts and peanut butter are 67% of our national nut consumption, in fact. It’s probably a good idea for us to eat more of all kinds of nuts, though, since research from Harvard suggests that two servings of nuts a day […]

  • How Professional Catering Services Can Seriously Upgrade Your Food Game

    If you want something done right, it’s better to do it yourself, right? Not always, especially when it comes to preparing a large amount of food for an event. Whether it’s for pleasure or business, it pays to take advantage of professional catering services. Here’s how professional catering services can take any event to the […]

  • 4 Reasons to Look Into Growlers If You Love Beer

    If you enjoy craft or microbrewed beer, you are not alone. It has been estimated that the industry for those beverages in the United States is worth around $23.5 billion. In general, beer is very popular around the country. Approximately 43% of people who 21 years old or older say they prefer to drink beer […]

  • Soup Season Is Upon Us

    Finding lunches that your daughter will take to school with her is a challenge. Ever since she became a pescetarian, basically a vegetarian who also eats fish, the number of items that she will eat has drastically declined. Fortunately, after months of struggling to see that she gets enough calories during the day, you stumbled […]

  • Why You Should Consider Buying Ethical Meat and Fish

    As our society becomes more conscious about where we source our food from, sustainable meat — free range, organic, etc., — is becoming an increasingly popular option among those who aren’t crazy about going vegetarian or vegan, but want to make sure that the food they’re consuming was responsibly raised and packaged. On average, Americans […]