There are times when you just don’t feel like cooking. Whether it’s been a really long day at work or a really late night on the weekend, sometimes you need something quick and easy. These days, some frozen pizzas can rival those found at restaurants. Even if they don’t always measure up, store-bought pizzas are usually much less costly than their restaurant counterparts. And if you’re feeding a larger family, that makes all the difference. But the last thing you want is to be disappointed by a cardboard-textured, sub-par pizza. Here is a side-by-side comparison of some of the top sellers to help you decide which one should make the cut for your quick and easy store-bought pizza night.
The best football game experience is more than just the game—it’s the whole day! Tailgating is a must. Tailgates build community support and bring people together to celebrate football, food, and fun. Creating the perfect tailgate isn’t difficult; you just need some good friends, lots of food, and a whole lot of fun. Here are a few “musts” for creating the best tailgate for the big game.
A couple years after World War II, Lou Bressett, a recently discharged Marine, opened Lou’s Restaurant on Main Street in Hanover, New Hampshire. Lou’s met with great success, and over the years it has remained a Hanover tradition because of its delectable dishes, great prices, and welcoming atmosphere. We caught up with current co-owner, Pattie Fried, to find out what makes Lou’s such a local staple.
Spring is in the air—and now is the perfect time to start preparing for BBQ season. Get ready to host some of the most amazing cookouts your neighborhood has ever seen! If you want to be remembered for having the best BBQs, you need to make sure that you have all the essentials, including drinks, snacks, and memorable meats. Once you have prepared your ribs, chicken and burgers to perfection, it is only fitting that you do something to give your hot dogs a little extra flavor and pizzazz.
Wineries/Cantinas Following is a list of wineries and cantinas (tasting rooms) and their contact information. Cantinas are open to the public, but not all producers conduct public tours of their wineries; those that do are by reservation only. Be sure to contact the producers in advance to plan your visit. In Barolo: Azienda Agricola Bergadano [...]
Chef Chad Lumbra I am a huge fan of grilling in the winter. It’s a great way to free up some kitchen space and cook some great food during the holidays. Chestnuts 2–3 lb whole chestnuts in the shell Bourbon Cider Reduction (recipe follows) Salty Maple Sugar (recipe follows) 1. Preheat the grill to medium. [...]