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  • Monday, July 27, 2015  
    A big part of enjoying the summer is cooking outside with your friends and family, whether you’re hosting a backyard barbecue or a picnic in the park. Enjoying the great outdoors with loved ones is a hallmark of warm weather, making it imperative that you are prepared for all the outdoor food-related...Read More
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  • Friday, July 24, 2015  
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    In honor of  National Tequila Day try this recipe at home!  ¼ cup tequila 1 ¼ cup lime juice 4 real limes to stabilize your popsicle sticks 1 cup water Optional - 2 tbsp Grand Marnier Kosher salt (or margarita salt) Small popsicle sticks 12 (3oz) Dixie cups (plastic) A pitcher...Read More
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  • Monday, July 20, 2015  
    It's beautiful, wonderful summer again. Make the most of it by moving your indoor dining area outside into fresh, warm sunshine or pleasantly cool, night air. Here's how you can design that perfect outdoor dining area without spending too much time or money:  Set the mood. Create a magical...Read More
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  • Monday, July 13, 2015  
    Like clothes and music, food trends are greatly influenced by the world around us. Despite the Jell-O plague of mid-1900s, some food trends have been better than others. These delicious takes on food, both new and old, add new excitement to an everyday task. Fair food What fun would the fair be without...Read More
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  • Monday, July 06, 2015  
    Immersive cultural experiences, culinary events, festivals and art exhibits: these are just a few of the types of family events that can be found scattered across the southwest this summer. It's the perfect time for a road trip, so round up the gang and check out one of these exciting events. Grapevine‘s...Read More
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  • Monday, June 29, 2015  
    Want to add some patriotic fire to your Fourth of July? Try making red, white, and blue Mason jar candles. Thanks to the jar, they’re easier to make than your standard wax candles — a lot less messy, too. They also have this cool, folksy/Americana vibe that are perfect for our country’s...Read More
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  • Monday, June 22, 2015  
    Smoking meat is time-consuming, but the mouth-watering flavors and fall-off-the-bone tenderness it produces makes every minute worthwhile. Whether you prefer an electric or propane smoker or you're a traditionalist who swears by charcoal, here are some cooking tips that can help you achieve perfectly...Read More
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  • Friday, June 19, 2015  
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    Giving dad a tie this Father's Day? Who says it has to be a boring gift? Add some spice and give dad a fun country western tie, like the one featured below, if he loves the wild west. Or if you want to give dad a quality tie, be sure to click here and try out some of these different knots! Of...Read More
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  • Monday, June 15, 2015  
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    Ingredients Onion diced - 1lb Jalapeños, sliced - 2 large Garlic cloves, mashed - 3 3, 12 oz. bottles beer Kosher salt and pepper to taste 5 lbs beef back ribs  Beefy BBQ Sauce as needed (recipe follows) 1. Score the membrane on the back of the ribs with a sharp serrated knife or use the...Read More
  • Monday, June 15, 2015  
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    Ingredients Spare Ribs or St Louis cut Ribs- scored or membrane peeled  Spicy Texas Roadhouse Rib Seasoning- about 1/3 cup for each rack  Sticky BBQ Sauce- as needed Score the membrane on the back of the ribs with a sharp serrated knife or use the edge of a spoon pull enough of the membrane...Read More