The Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays of the year, and that’s basically because in my family, it’s all about the food. A little fried chicken here, some cherry pie there and, of course, watermelon in abundance. But even though watermelon is one of the most refreshing and classic summer treats, over the years I feel like my watermelon recipe repertoire has gotten a little stale. And I definitely couldn’t bring that weak stuff to the picnic table this 4th of July!Read Full Story
Everybody celebrates the Fourth of July differently. For many of us, the fourth of July means friends and family, food cooked on a grill and fireworks to celebrate. But that doesn't mean to say that you have to limit your celebration to just hot dogs, hamburgers and bratwursts. You can cook whatever you want. I say cook whatever makes your mouth happy.Read Full Story
Did Yasmina Jacobs convince you in her 60 seconds? Are there moments when you stop yourself from creating something new because you are afraid you can't do it perfectly? That's exactly why she started Eat Make Celebrate. To encourage others to make today a little more memorable.Read Full Story
I always say I've never met a waffle I don't like, and I like to think I've tasted just about every waffle variety known to man. But at some point I think I started to realize that my affection for traditional waffles wasn't solely based on the flavors they were made with — I just liked the idea of waffling something. There's something so simple and fun about throwing a mix of ingredients into the waffle iron and watching them come out perfectly crispy and imprinted with that funky windowpane pattern.Read Full Story
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