Now there’s a yummy thought. Here, you’ll find tiny nuggets of fun food ideas to get your creative juices flowing. Make memories without worry because you’ve got us. Now go for it.
Chew Your Way Around the World
Go somewhere new each week with themed cuisines. Greek Week, Mextravagant Meals or Chinese Chowdown. Make it educational by slipping in a cultural lesson.
Throw out the Calendar
Serve up your favorite holiday classics whenever you feel like it. Have a 4th of July barbecue in December, or cook Thanksgiving dinner in June. It’s not about when, it’s about what you’re eating and who it’s with.
Turn “leftovers” into “right ons”
What happens when you put Monday’s chicken with Tuesday’s gazpacho? Try creating a brand-new dish with the week’s leftovers. Put the kids in charge for extra fun.
Progressive dinner theatre
It’s a traveling dinner party with a twist. Each location not only has a part of a meal, it also features an act in a play starring the hosts. Break a leg!
On the invite, simply say: Big Game Night
Football? Spades? Venison? You decide what it means. Or, just surprise folks when they show up. It’ll be fun. Promise.
Host a wine tasting
You don’t have to be an expert. You just need different types of wine and a sense of humor. Whites with shrimp cocktail, reds with meat and cheese plates, and for dessert, pop a sweeter sparkling wine. Cheers!
Can your kids cook? Put them in charge of dinner and then eat it as a family. It’ll probably be the best pizza tater tot ice cream gummy bear casserole you’ve ever had. Glad we can be there for you – wink wink.
Too cute to eat. Almost.
Liven up the school lunch table with a bento box. They’re super easy and so cute you’ll want to make them for all the neighborhood kids too. Well, maybe not.
And the deep fried food award of the year goes to…
…drumroll…Deep Fried S’Mores. Kind of gives you heartburn just looking at it, doesn’t it? Well, good news – we’re here. Have a couple.