Family Dinners: Four Timely Ways To Enjoy Smooth Food Service

Enjoying a family dinner at a restaurant is a great experience where people can catch-up, interact, and eat a great meal. When big parties arrive at locations, delays can happen due to bulk orders. Without having to rush through the meal, you and your family can still enjoy timely service and great food by using the following four tips. These tips allow you to plan ahead and create a strategy that works for all large group dining outings. [Read More]

Don't Roast Your Unwanted Guests: Banish Pests From Your Barbecue Grill

Pests love your grill as much as you do. You can't fault them for that, since your barbecue wears the essence and bears the crumbs of every delicious meal you've cooked on it. But when they love your backyard barbecue so much they start living in it, you have a problem. How pests damage grills. Any pest that might enter your home will also enter your grill, and it will cause similar sorts of damage, whether rodent or insect. [Read More]

The Many Health Benefits Of Chia Seeds

Chia seeds have joined the ranks of kale and coconut oil as a superfood. These trendy seeds are popular for a reason, though. They're lauded for their myriad health benefits and delicious texture. If you're new to the chia seed game, you might wonder if chia seeds really live up to their hype. Learn about their health benefits and decide for yourself.   Nutrient Dense First, chia seeds are considered extremely healthy because they contain a high number of various nutrients compared to their size. [Read More]

Plan A Pig Party This Porktober

There seems to be a national day, week, or month for almost anything, but there are times when you simply must embrace your fate and savor the serendipity. October is one of those times. October is Feral Hog Month, National Pork Month, and Sausage Month. Vegetarians have a month, too, but that's a different menu. Celebration is mandatory. Feral Hog Month comes to us from Texas. It marks the time when all good Texans go out and defend their state against the depredations of invasive feral hogs, which present a danger to livestock and agriculture. [Read More]