Perfect Thanksgiving Charcuterie Board

Perfect Thanksgiving Charcuterie

Beautiful to look at – better to consume! Pick and choose your favorites to add to the selection. Don’t care for figs? Add a pomegranate. Don’t care for dried fruits? Add more fresh fruit or nuts. Do your thing!

Eyeball Punch

Spooky Eyeball Punch

This Spooky Eyeball Punch will add some fun to your Halloween table! Make it non-alcoholic for a children’s party. They will be totally grossed out! Ingredients  3 cups blackberries  18 canned lychees (from one 20-ounce can), plus 3/4 cup syrup … Continued

Have You Been to Shaqtoberfest?

Shaqtoberfest

Are you tired of the same old mundane events and looking for something truly extraordinary? Look no further, because Shaqtober on the Queen Mary is here to bring excitement and entertainment to your October! Imagine stepping aboard the historic Queen … Continued

It’s National Mushroom Month

Crab Stuffed Mushrooms

I will be the first to confess that I didn’t care for mushrooms at all until I was 18. Now, mushrooms are a regular on our menu. They’re so versatile and there are so many varieties of them. The flavor … Continued

The Kentucky Mushroom Festival is a Must Do

Mushroom Festival

Discover the hidden gems of the Kentucky Mushroom Festival at Barren River Magic in Center, Kentucky and embark on a journey that will delight your senses and tickle your taste buds! 🍄 From October 6 – 8th, people will be … Continued

National Peach Month Calls for a Crisp

Peach Crisp

An easy way to use up the seasons bounty is to make a crisp. A few ingredients and a crunch topping is delightful served warm with some ice cream. INGREDIENTS FOR THE FILLING 3 pounds peaches, peeled, pitted and cut … Continued

Discover the Hidden Gem of Oconee Point Campground

Are you someone who craves adventure and longs for a getaway in the great outdoors? Look no further than Oconee Point Campground, a haven for travel and adventure seekers like yourself. Nestled in the heart of nature’s embrace, this hidden … Continued

It’s National Ice Cream Month

And, it’s Also National Watermelon Month! So, why not combine the two? It’s easy – no churning needed! Ingredients 7 cups cubed seedless watermelon (from 1 small watermelon) 1 (14-oz.) can sweetened condensed milk ⅓ cup fresh lime juice (from about 3 limes) ¼ teaspoon kosher salt … Continued

We All Scream for Ice Cream

Blue Bunny Ice cream

The world is a pretty big place but ice cream enthusiasts say The Ice Cream Capitol of the World is located in Le Mars, Iowa. Le Mars earned this title in 1994 after being recognized for having the highest amount … Continued

Explore New Mexico Waterfalls

Nambe Falls, New Mexico

When you think of New Mexico, you don’t normally think of it having enough water for a waterfall to develop. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to visit waterfalls in New Mexico. Are you planning a trip to New Mexico … Continued

Tangy Chicken Piccata

Chicken piccata is nothing more than chicken breast cutlets, dredged in flour, browned, and served with a sauce of butter, lemon juice, capers, and either stock or white wine. It can be prepared in 30 minutes or less and is so … Continued

Strawberry Days In Glenwood Springs

Hello, fellow Strawberry enthusiasts! If you’re looking for a fun-filled day of food, music, and family-friendly activities, you won’t want to miss the Annual Strawberry Festival in Glenwood Springs! This beloved event will take place June 16 – 18, and … Continued

It’s National Peanut Month

Dothan Peanut Festival

And you can attend the national Peanut Festival in Dothan, Georgia, the Peanut Capitol of the USA! The Peanut Capital of the World hosts the largest peanut festival in the US annually. The National Peanut Festival honors peanut growers of … Continued

Celebrate Cherries in Michigan

The Traverse City Cherry Festival is chock-full of fun and excitement for the entire family. In 2023 the Festival will run from July 1 through the 8th.Thrill-seekers will flock to the midway for rides and attractions. Vendors will serve up … Continued

It’s National Popcorn Day!

How much do you know – or think you know about popcorn? Here are the Top 13 Facts about popocorn: 1. Popcorn can grow to be 30 times its original size when it pops 2. Popcorn kernels come from actual … Continued

Thaw Out in Pembroke Pines

If you’re tired of the cold weather and need to warm your bones, come to Pembroke Pines and park your camper at CB Smith Park. This area of Florida is the warmest in the nation in January and your family … Continued

Aunt Deb’s Turkey Meatloaf

Aunt-Debs-Turkey-Meatloaf

This turkey meatloaf is a tasty substitution for those of you who don’t eat beef – or who say they don’t like meatloaf. We make at least one a month in our house – and you get “Simply the Best” … Continued

Feel As If You’re in Europe

Monticello

Charlottseville, VA will make you feel as if you are in Europe – come transport yourself. Close to Washington, D.C. and Richmond, there’s a ton of things to enjoy during your stay. Rich history, vibrant arts community, and outdoor recreation options galore makes C’ville a … Continued