You know the scene. Everyone is stuffed from a huge Thanksgiving meal and falls into the nearest couch, recliner or pillow to relax. After a little rest, people are ready to come back to the table for dessert. Wouldn’t it be nice to […]
Thanksgiving is next week and the countdown is ticking on guest lists and meal planning. The big food holiday will be here before you know it and you’ll be eating a little of this and a little (or a lot) of that for about 24 […]
Rebecca Gordon is a media personality, published cookbook author, and southern lifestyle expert specializing in food and entertaining. She’s also known for tailgating and southern football. She currently writes the blog Buttermilk Lipstick and can be found on Twitter or Facebook. Let’s discuss how to […]
Green smoothies are a great way to start the day so you’ll feel energized and refreshed first thing in the morning. Banana, apple and kale go together naturally to create a fresh smoothie that tastes sweet, tart and delicious. This smoothie would be a great […]
Cherries and almonds remind me of pie and the holidays. Bring it all together in a decadent smoothie worthy of dessert in our Cherry Almond Smoothie. Serve them in small glasses with colored paper straws for a party or take it to work for a […]
Can you believe it’s already November? This is the month where most people look at the calendar and realize the year is almost over. “Where did it go?” they ask, knowing no one else can answer because every one of us feels the exact […]
This week, we are celebrating coffee week and today we are diving into the topic of hot coffee. There are hundreds of ways to make it, and everyone has their own version of the ideal cup. Do you drink your coffee black or do you […]
We’re kicking off National Coffee Week with some of our favorite iced coffee recipes. Great iced coffee is a must in the summer months, but many people enjoy iced coffee year round, especially in warmer climates. It’s still very temperate in September, so try some […]
Strawberries are in season from June through August in most regions. Here in the Mid-Atlantic, weâve been seeing them in farmers markets for about a month now. If you live in a climate like Southern Californiaâs, you may see them much more often…
Pat, Laurie and I all have something very important in common: we love ice cream. Everywhere we go, we make sure we stop at local ice cream shops to try the homemade flavors and compare notes. When we heard about Black Cow Day, we couldnât wait to get in the test kitchen and make ice cream so we could create a root beer float for you.
We at Everyday Good Thinking wish you all a happy and tasty Cinco de Mayo. We hope you have a delicious dinner, a good margarita (or two), and get to spend some time with friends and family today as you celebrate Mexican heritage and culture. Â¡Salud!