The holidays are here! If you’re planning on having a holiday party with appetizers, these cheese balls are easy and delicious!
The first cheese ball is recorded to have been created in the 1800s – and it was a big one!! Over 1000 pounds of cheese!!
Cheese balls started in popularity in the 1940s when it was first shown in print in a cookbook called, Food of My Friends. Holiday parties had to be frugal as much food was rationed. They continued to be a party favorite until the 1970s. A New York Times article likened them to disco balls, lava lamps and shag carpet – and they fell out of favor.
They have recently had a resurgence with all the artisan cheeses that are now flooding the market. This recipe has three variations – and you can change it up to suit your own tastes! Are you ready to holiday cheese ball? Continue reading
Are you looking for a super easy yet hardy and delicious meal? Here is an easy burrito bowl that’s made with deli chicken and canned beans. Easy, quick and really delicious!
This recipe is for a single serving, but you can buy a whole deli chicken and more of the other toppings to serve the whole family!! Continue reading
Christmas is the season to spend time with friends and family. Throughout this time, there’ll likely be a lot of gifts exchanged. There could also be a few parties and holiday events taking place. If you’re throwing one, I know you’ll want to impress.
There’s a lot more involved in this than many people think. If you don’t know what to do, you could feel a little overwhelmed. Nobody wants to disappoint, after all.
You’re not the only person to be worried about this. Almost everyone that throws a party has had the same thoughts. While some people might be somewhat gifted at this, most of us aren’t. That’s led to tips and tricks being created to help.
You might want to take advantage of these when you’re planning your Christmas party. Continue reading
Another crazy week, but far more fun that last!! I’m getting used to using a wireless keyboard (although the laptop will randomly drop some characters) and my little buddy has been home a week. Yesterday he started acting normal again! Thanksgiving is behind us, Christmas is filling the room and Happy Hannukah – and I’m running a bit behind.
Sorry the party is late, again. Hope everyone had a wonderful thanksgiving! There are more events ahead and so much to do – So please help us figure out…
And bring your friends~
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It’s What’s for Dinner!
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Here are the some delicious ideas that were shared last week (and not just for dinner!). You pick the winners just by visiting the page!
Please stop by and visit our featured bloggers. Show us your favorite by visiting their site – and next week might be you! It doesn’t have to be just for dinner.
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