With the holidays behind us, I couldn’t help but start thinking about what’s next as far as getting together with family and friends for a good time. The Big Game is one of my favorite celebrations to start the beginning of the year because of the food, fun, and commercials! Today I am sharing 3 ways to start planning ahead and get Big Game party ready, now.
Football season is here! I have to confess that as I have been thinking of what to serve at watch parties and tailgates, my thoughts immediately go to “How can I make this look like a football?” It’s been really fun trying new recipes and reimagining them into football shapes! Today I am sharing a recipe for a classic party staple. Since eggs are already football shaped making football deviled eggs was a no brainer.
For as long as I can remember the 4th of July has always had a special place in my heart as far as holidays are concerned. There is just something about the whole country coming together and enjoying time with family and friends. That char-grill smell in the air, and the sound of splashes around the pool. Yes, my friends, Independence Day is upon us and I am sharing 3 tips for throwing the best 4th of July Celebration!
With football playoffs upon us I finally decided to give it a try because nothing goes hand in hand with football like beer and noting goes hand-in-hand with beer like a large, soft, buttery pretzel! This game day recipe for soft buttery pretzels is SUPER easy to make (I promise it’s not scary at all and a has few ingredients) and hands down is better than any pretzel you would get at a mall! This is sure to be a fan favorite as you and your friends cheer on your favorite team at your homegating party.
I have been on the hunt for the BEST guacamole recipe, and after taste testing many combinations, I think I found the winner. Although guacamole is creamy and delicious I wanted to share a few suggestions on how to keep it that way (because you know it can turn brown super quick!) Check out 3 awesome best guac ever tips below and enjoy this savory recipe all season long!