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12 New Food Ideas to Try on the Grill

If you think grilling is limited to hotdogs and hamburgers, it’s time to look outside the bun. Grilling gives a whole new dimension to a variety of foods, plus it saves you from heating up the kitchen. Try the following foods on the grill and serve them at your next get-together. Your grill may just take center stage at more of your meals from now on.

We’re Cookin’ with Tequila!

In honor of this day, we’d like to dedicate this post to North America’s first distilled spirit. Tequila has been produced in México since shortly after the Spanish conquered the country in the early 1500s. Similar to cognac and champagne in terms of specific growing regions, only alcoholic beverages made with Blue Weber Agave (Agave Tequilana Weber Blue), grown within approximately a one hundred mile radius of the town of Tequila in Jalisco State, and under the rules of the Official Norma of Tequila, can be labelled as “Tequila”.

Fiesta Food Jingle Quiz

We grew up with them. We sang them over and over. We loved them and sometimes, when they got stuck in our heads, they drove us crazy! Some of these jingles are golden oldies and some are newer.

A NEW Blue Bell Ice Cream Flavor for National Ice Cream Month

Just in time for National Ice Cream Month, Blue Bell Creameries is introducing Summer Strawberry Pie Ice Cream, a superbly luscious strawberry ice cream combined with sweetened strawberries, flaky piecrust pieces and a whipped topping swirl. What could be more refreshing on a hot midsummer day?

How to Carve a T-Rex From a Watermelon

Materials Needed: 1 round seedless watermelon 1 medium-sized carving knife 1 channel knife (often found at the top of a vegetable peeler; if a channel knife is not available, the tip of a small paring knife will do) 20-30 toothpicks or shish kebab skewers to be used to represent teeth Wash the watermelon and cut a quarter inch slice off the bottom to provide stability. Be careful not to cut too deeply into the red part of the watermelon. You’ll need the hollow watermelon to hold the good stuff once it’s all carved up.