Make It With a Cowboy This Summer

April 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Food and Wine, Wine/Spirits

Cowboys are in. Actually, I don’t think they were ever out. But in terms of culture, cowboys are having a moment. From plaid shirts to distressed denim to bedazzled boots. Even Chanel is in on it. Their pre-fall collection was all about the Wild Wild West. “I like Texas and I like Texan people,” Karl […]

Cinco de Mayo Party Recipes

April 29, 2014 by  
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Cinco de Mayo, celebrated on May 5th, is the perfect holiday to celebrate Mexican culture and heritage. We went straight to the source – Sauza Tequila –  to get the best tips and tricks to make your Cinco de Mayo theme party a hit! Entertaining Tips and Recipes Perfect for your Cinco de Mayo Fiesta! […]

DIY Pasta Party

Pasta dishes are always a big hit at dinner parties. They are a versatile dish that can satisfy any food allergy or diet. For your next party, why not set up a DIY pasta bar so that guests can design their own pasta dish. Set up index cards at each place setting so that guests […]

Fun Facts About T.G.I.Friday’s

April 14, 2014 by  
Filed under Food and Wine, Food/Restaurants

TGI Fridays is fast approaching its 50th birthday. In honor of it, the happy hour favorite has shared a bit of the brand’s history with us. And it’s pretty amazing. While you might never imagine seeing Tom Cruise in a T.G.I.Friday’s, he actually has a Friday’s bartender to thank for his bottle slinging skills in […]

Recipes for National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day

April 2, 2014 by  
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Here’s a holiday you and your kids can get on board with (one that won’t break that bank, that is). April 2nd is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day. Did you know that 52 percent of Americans choose creamy over crunchy peanut butter? And 60 percent like their PB&J untoasted. Another fun fact: It takes […]