The History and Making of New Orleans Red Beans and Rice–Crockpot Style! #dishesbydev

When I think back on my childhood growing up in New Orleans, I remember my mama cooking up some red beans and rice every Monday. This ritual continued when we moved to Dallas as this was more than just what mama cooked on Mondays, but a renowned New Orleans tradition. 

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Hostess with the Mostess: 10 Party Cocktails for Holiday Entertaining

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Moms, grandmothers and aunts are making magic happen in the kitchen; little cousins are chasing each other around the Christmas tree; old men are throwing down in an intense game of Dominos and swapping stories of the good ole days-be the star of the show in the midst of all the merriment by whipping up some of these holiday-themed cocktails! Continue reading

10 Non-Traditional Foods to Add to Your Tailgate Party This Weekend

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As we gear up for another weekend of all-day Saturday college football cheering and Sunday NFL rooting, guys from all over this great country will be waking up at the crack of dawn to pack coolers, marinate steaks and load up grills and tents that will come together for their friends and family to enjoy a celebrated tailgate party! If you’re one of these tailgate masters, make this football season’s tailgates a little more interesting with some spins on your traditional tailgate dishes! Continue reading