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.
Farmers markets are gaining popularity throughout the U.S. and offer consumers a way to purchase foods grown by local farmers or prepared by local artisans. Often, these foods are organic or natural, and you can find seasonal produce as well as meats, seafood, eggs, and flowers. You even have the opportunity to talk directly to the farmers, ask questions, and sometimes even enjoy a hot donut while listening to live music…
On this important day of remembrance, we humbly thank our veterans for their service in the armed forces. Memorial Day is a day to honor those that gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country, and weâre hoping at cookouts and celebrations across the country, people are serving their guests as our fallen veterans proudly served us.
Yesterday, we posted our favorite burger recipes for Memorial Day cookouts. Today, weâll focus on the side dishes. These dishes are great for barbecues or potlucks and can easily be prepared on the grill while you are making the main dish.
Memorial Day is a United States holiday that comes annually on the last Monday in May. It is a day set aside to honor those who have passed during military service and additionally marks the unofficial start of the summer grilling season. Cookouts and barbecues with patriotic themes are popular, so we have prepared a menu centered around grilling your guests will be sure to enjoy.
Some kids are resistant to eating vegetables, while others are open to trying just about everything. We have found allowing kids to assist in the preparation of the meal usually makes them more excited to try new things. It also helps educate them on nutrition and healthy choices. These marinated summer vegetable kabobs are fun for the whole family to prepare and kids love to get their hands dirty and create their own kabob combinations.
Being a mom is a multi-faceted job. Around Motherâs Day, we often start to wonder what being a mom means to us.
Today is National Shrimp Day, and we thought we would celebrate by sharing one of our simplest shrimp recipes with you. We love grilling in the Hamilton Beach Test Kitchen, and this makes a great appetizer or fast main dish. Plus, it will only take you a few minutes to prepare.
Mom gives so much throughout the year that she deserves to be honored with a delicious breakfast on Motherâs Day. In fact, we made waffles in the test kitchen just the other day and had a great time. We are sure you will have fun with these, too. Here are two of our favorite waffle recipes that will show mom just how much you love and appreciate her.
May is National Egg Month here in the United States, and that means we have to whip out our Breakfast Sandwich Makers. The egg sandwich is a classic for a reason: it’s soft and fluffy and goes perfectly with cheese and bread. We have prepared the breakfast sandwich for you two ways: one light and one loaded.
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!
We love Mexican cuisine, so we are very excited Cinco de Mayo is coming up on Sunday. We have lots of party tips, whether itâs just the family or a big group of friends. Weâll help make sure May 5th is a day everyone will look forward to next year. Read on for some of our suggestions on Cinco de Mayo party classics like margaritas and fresh salsa.