Article: January, 2013

All Things Super for Game Day!

Super Sunday is quickly approaching! Whether you’re looking for general tips on what to serve, football party menus, how to make the perfect burger patties for your guests, or if you want to know what the Lobel family likes to do for the big game day—we’ve got you covered! All of our articles related to creating a memorable  Super Sunday are now in one place.

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Meatballs: Beyond Spaghetti

Every once in a while a good old favorite comfort food gets “rediscovered” and becomes the latest retro-hip trend.  Meatballs are currently enjoying such a comeback. And we couldn’t be more thrilled. Perhaps they aren’t as pretty as trendy cupcakes, but they are delicious comfort food in a bite-sized package. (more…)

Stew: One-Pot Wonder

With the holidays over, every night can’t be a perfect Porterhouse or fabulous filet. The pendulum, however, doesn’t have to swing completely from awesome to austere. You don’t have to sacrifice peak dining just because you’re being frugal about what you put on the table.

So how do you reconcile the desire for exceptional eating experiences any day of the week with an equal desire to be more economical in the kitchen?

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Culinary Classic: Chili

Cooking meat in liquid is about as old as any cooking method we know. And mixing meat with chiles and other ingredients was common among the Inca, Aztec, and Mayan civilizations.

However, the chili best known today had its roots in Texas on long cattle drives in the mid-1800s. In the late 1880s, “chili queens” popularized the dish in and around San Antonio, serving up bowls of chili warmed by mesquite fires from colorful carts. In 1893, chili had its breakout moment at the Columbian Exhibition in Chicago where the San Antonio Chili Stand sold bowls of “Texas red” to people from all over the country and the world. (more…)

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