It can be hard to make time for kitchen duties. With nicer weather outside, the to-do list is the last thing you want to tackle. The trick is to find ways to save time so we can spend more time doing the things we enjoy most.
As spring ushers in longer days and warmer weather, we’re excited for outdoor living and picnics with friends and family. And while eating outdoors is always enjoyable, the elements and lack of a clean prep area can present some extra challenges. In honor of National Picnic Day, we’ve put together a few of our favorite picnic hacks to make your next al fresco excursion easier and more flavorful!
Everyone wants to be Irish today. Why wouldn’t you want to be? The music, traditions and food are enough to make anyone Irish for a day.
Have you ever wondered… how did a holiday about a Saint turn into a day to drink green beer and eat green food? This day celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish. Celebrations of the past involved parades, festivals and wearing shamrocks. In many churches, drinking alcohol was not permitted and fasting was common practice. But on St. Patrick’s Day, the restrictions on eating and drinking alcohol were lifted just for the day. Over the years this stuck, and encouraged the holiday’s tradition we know now of drinking and eating to celebrate St. Patrick.
Just when you thought the star of this year’s Super Bowl game would be the MVP player or the half time show performance, the truth is that the food on your party menu is stealing the thunder. According to Wikipedia, roughly 28,000,000 pounds of chips, 1.25 billion chicken wings, and 8,000,000 pounds of guacamole will be consumed during the big game on Sunday.
At SUNSET, we’re interrupting this super calorie binge with our Flavor Bowl! Packed with a pound of healthy snacking tomatoes, our football shaped Flavor Bowl is the perfect addition to your game day snacking table. Just ask Tony Kornheiser of ESPN’s, Pardon The Interruption!
If you’re going to indulge, do it with a flavor packed veggie punch and try these scrumptious, next level recipes for your big game party.
During the cold winter months of January and February, there is maybe nothing more comforting than a hot cup of cocoa and a fragrantly warm meal cooking in the kitchen. While temperatures continue to drop this side of the equator, we’re warming things up with these tried and true comfort food favorites from our kitchen to yours.