Posted by EmilyThursday, September 25, 2014
We’re gearing up for the release of our newest Fall 2014 cookbook, Red Velvet Lover’s Cookbook, and in celebration of the 50 sweet treats and mouth-watering photographs that author Deborah Harroun has come up with, we’re giving away a KitchenAid stand mixer (all the better to help you kick off your red velvet baking adventures!).
The rules are simple, just preorder a copy of the book between now and Tuesday, October 7th and be entered for a chance to win. You can preorder anywhere books are sold, either online or off. Here are links to the Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Indiebound preorder pages to help you get started:
Once you’ve preordered, use the form below to fill in all the relevant details, and you’re all set! We’ll announce the winner on Friday, October 10th and will ship out the stand mixer shortly after that.
Click HERE to fill out your order details!
Posted by EmilyTuesday, September 9, 2014
Did you know that this summer, meat, poultry, and fish prices spiked to an all-time high?
That the average grocery bill for a family of four went up 38% between 2003 and 2013?
That 8 out of 10 Americans eat fast food at least once a month? Most doing so for the convenience and low cost?
Frightening? Yes. But Jessica Fisher’s new cookbook, Good Cheap Eats, is here to make home-cooked meals easy and affordable again!
In 200 recipes divided into 70 mix-and-match meals, Jessica proves just how easy it is to cook an entire meal—a really satisfying, nutritious, bursting-with-flavor meal, at that—for less than $10… for your family of four.
Not feeding a family of four? Jessica includes plenty of tips for cooking for one or two as well, and getting the most bang for your buck without letting food go to waste.
We’re so excited about recipes like Grilled Chicken with Tangy Barbecue Sauce… Cajun Shrimp and Sausage Rice…...
Posted by LindsayThursday, August 21, 2014
Preseason football games have started, which means tailgating season is finally upon us!
(Ok, ok, I guess you can tailgate before baseball games too, but everybody knows that it doesn’t really get serious until football season.)
If we’re being honest, I have never actually been to an NFL game, but I have done my fair share of tailgating at other minor-league events. I LOVE appetizers and typical tailgating food. I mean, my favorite part of Thanksgiving isn’t the real dinner, but the cheese and crackers and dips and spreads and mini hot dogs that we eat beforehand while we’re waiting for the turkey to finish roasting.
But back to the game, now is the perfect time to get those outdoor tailgates in, before the winter weather arrives. Whether you’re simply serving burgers, dogs, and beer, with maybe a potato salad on the side, or you like to get more extreme, making chili, pork tenderloin, and...
Posted by ElizabethTuesday, August 19, 2014
August 19th is National Potato Day, also known as the most important day of the year. I’m going to petition the government to make it a national holiday—I only need 100,000 signatures for the White House to look at it. All businesses and schools should be closed. Flags should fly at half mast. The president should pardon an especially large potato as the rest of us feast on its fried, mashed, and baked potato brothers and sisters. Hopefully, these wild ramblings will make it clear how much I love potatoes.
Originally cultivated by the Inca in Peru around 8000 B.C.E. to 5000 B.C.E., the Spanish Conquistadors brought the potato back to Europe in the 1500s. It spread throughout the rest of the European continent over the next four decades. European farmers found that potatoes were easier to grow than other staple crops, like wheat or barley, and they provided more sustenance.