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Firepit Fig S’mores

Firepit Fig S’mores

Treat your tastebuds with Firepit Fig S’mores!
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Cooking with backyard fire pits

Cooking with backyard fire pits

Who doesn’t love fall and hanging out in the backyard around a fire pit? A fire pit is anything from a simple campfire such as a portable cast iron or copper fire pit to an elaborate permanent brick or stone barbecue pit. With a few accessories and some creativity, you can have quite a set-up without spending a lot of money and the kids and friends will love it!
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Saigon Skillet Pork chops with Apples and Onions

Saigon Skillet Pork chops with Apples and Onions

Treat your tastebuds with Saigon Skillet Pork Chops with Apples and Onions!
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Apples everywhere

Apples everywhere

Fall is here, and the season not only delivers crisp autumn air but also crisp autumn treats. Just in time for the change of seasons, here are a few fun facts about the nutritious and delicious fall staple, apples.
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Pumpkin Ginger Chicken and Waffles

Pumpkin Ginger Chicken and Waffles

Treat your tastebuds with Pumpkin Ginger Chicken and Waffles!
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Savory Pumpkin Dishes

Savory Pumpkin Dishes

I love anything pumpkin, and I get soooo excited every year when it is everywhere, in every form, for me to indulge in. Pumpkin seeds, pumpkin latte, pumpkin spice cookies and my favorite-pumpkin bread. Unfortunately, I have a bit of a sweet tooth, as you can tell by my midsection, and adding pumpkin to anything sweet is heaven to me. With that being said, I wanted to try some savory pumpkin options this fall to mix it up a bit and experiment with some of our Gourmet Convenience products.
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Warm German Potato Salad

Warm German Potato Salad

Treat your tastebuds with Warm German Potato Salad!
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Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest

The fall is such a beautiful time of year in our country… the morning weather begins to get colder as you wait at the bus stops, apple cider everything begins to appear at the grocery store, and beer, football and of course brats become a weekly event. What would we do without bratwurst? The first documented evidence of bratwurst was 1313 in Germany. With the kickoff of Oktoberfest in Germany this week it’s important to celebrate and recognize the impact of German food within our country. Oktoberfest celebrations are held in many American cities across the US and across the world.
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Bourbon and Brown Sugar Marinated Steak with a Blue Cheese Smear

Bourbon and Brown Sugar Marinated Steak with a Blue Cheese Smear

Treat your tastebuds with Bourbon and Brown Sugar Marinated Steak with a Blue Cheese Smear!
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Bourbon 101

Bourbon 101

I have had many friends tell me what a great experience the “Bourbon Trail” in Kentucky is and also how much fun the Kentucky Bourbon Festival is to attend that is happening this week. But, for some reason I cannot seem to wrap my head around the whole bourbon phenomenon. I have also noticed that within the gourmet food industry there is a significant increase of recipes and food items that contain bourbon: bourbon pecan pie, bourbon chicken, bourbon balls and my favorite, bourbon glazed bacon. So I figured it was time for me to educate myself on Bourbon 101, so I reached out to David J. Montgomery (aka Professor Cocktail), a writer and critic specializing in books, publishing, spirits, and cocktails, to help educate me on bourbon.
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