It’s a sweet summertime dilemma: You’ve been tasked to make dessert for the next potluck barbecue, but you don’t want to bring the same-old. Why not try something new and refreshing that kids and adults will like? Cue the slushy. Slushies date back to the 1950s when a soda fountain broke down in a popular Kansas ice cream shop. The shop owner was forced to put his sodas in the freezer to stay cool, and the icy beverages became what we know now as slushies.
Coming up with a creative dinner can be tricky, especially at the end of a busy day. But this recipe from Gena Knox, founder of the Athens, Ga.-based barbecue and grilling company Fire & Flavor, will have you ringing the dinner bell in less than an hour.
Next time you fire up the grill, don’t forget the veggies. Gena Knox, founder of the Athens, Ga.-based barbecue and grilling company Fire & Flavor, shares the perfect way to prepare vegetables on the side while grilling the main entree.
Leafy greens, meat, seeds and nuts are all foods that cavemen used to eat. Back in the day this food was hunted and gathered by our ancestors. While the methods have changed – most people now gather their food from the local grocery store or farmers’ market -- the eating trend has made a comeback. But what about those times when life gets busy and you are dining in a hurry?