No Bake Oreo Cake

Who doesn’t love Oreos? Oreos are a staple in a lot of households, whether you prefer the double stuffed, regular, thin, or even the mint flavor. No matter what your Oreo preference may be, we can all agree on one thing; they’re delicious. Equally as delicious, maybe even more, is Oreo pie. Yeah, you read…

Coffee

The story of how coffee came to be is, interesting, to say the least. Legend says that centuries ago, an old goat herder from the Ethiopian region first discovered the potential of the coffee bean. Supposedly, the goat herder was observing his goats eat what he assumed were berries, and then noticed that his goats…

Honey Lime Fruit Salad

Honey Lime Fruit Salad Spring has finally arrived! Yes, you can take off your winter coat and replace it with a lightweight jacket because it’s that time of year. Beautiful flowers, cool breezes, and April showers are soon to be among us. With the incredible treasures that follow Spring, come a not-so-great part of the…

National Ravioli Day

Don’t go into National Ravioli Day unprepared! Ravioli, while simple to make, can be taken to the next level with the right kind of sauce. Sure, you could just order some of our pre-made sauce in a jar and get away with it, but if you want to make this dish a special one, make…

Shepherd’s Pie

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Even though St. Patrick’s Day isn’t a huge deal to most people, (as long as you’re wearing green!) it can be a lot of fun if you celebrate it correctly. In America, it often gets brushed off as a minor holiday without a whole lot of attention. However, it can be…

Irish Cream

Where did Irish Cream come from? Bailey’s Irish Cream is a cream based liqueur containing whiskey that is made by Gibleys ofIreland. Ireland is famous for their whiskey, and with great whiskey, comes other great drinks.  Irish Cream came about in 1971. Prior to that, whiskey alone had been known to upset some peoples stomach…

American Stir Fry

Stir fry is a traditional Chinese cooking technique where ingredients are “fried” in a little bit of oil and stirred around in a wok. Although it was first used in China, stir fry is widely enjoyed by almost all nations today. It has evolved from a method of cooking mostly vegetables over a small fire…