Six Ways To Save Money On Catering

Hiring a caterer to provide specialty foods is a great way to spice up your event. If you're looking to stay within your budget while providing a high quality catering experience, follow these tips to reduce your catering bill.  Have a Soft Bar Alcohol is one area where you can get tripped up in your meal expenses. Instead of having a full bar for your catered event, consider serving only beer, wine and champagne. Read More 

Baking a Poussin Chicken: Dos and Don’ts for Beginners

Poussin chicken, when prepared correctly, can make for an excellent meal and a great source of protein. Specifically, a poussin chicken refers to a young chicken with tender and flavorful meat. However, if you're planning to prepare a poussin chicken—whether it be for a family dinner or special event—you'll want to make sure you know what you're doing, as there are some differences between cooking a poussin chicken and cooking standard chicken thighs or breasts. Read More 

Three Overlooked Benefits Of Eating Pickles

Dill pickles, with their tangy and unusual taste, may not be a staple on your grocery list. However, you might want to reconsider. Incorporating pickles into your meals can actually afford a number of different benefits to your health. Learning some of these benefits pickles offer is a great place to begin. Antioxidants The bright green color of pickles isn't without purpose. A part of what gives them their color are carotenoids and lutein, organic pigments naturally found in pickles. Read More 

Essentials For A Great Wine Basket (Besides The Wine)

A wine gift basket is a fantastic gift to give someone. If you are planning on making one yourself, or buying one, then you should spend some time thinking about what else you should include besides the wine. You don't want to include things that don't work with wine, and you also don't want to throw in the kitchen sink. The best method is to choose a few select items that will complement the wines you are choosing. Read More