Blog

Redefining In-Flight Catering

Food Trends

National Water Day

Water

Water covers 71% of the Earth’s surface; yet, only 2.5% of that water is freshwater. For our bodies to function correctly, the body needs between one Read More

National Crunchy Taco Day

Crunchy Tacos

I refer to this as to the “Gringo Taco Day,” since crunchy tortilla tacos shells were not the norm for Mexican food; soft corn Read More

National Ravioli Day

Ravioli

The ravioli, as we know it, was first mentioned in history from a merchant in Venice, Italy. Ravioli is a filling between two Read More

National Oatmeal Cookie Day

oatmeal cookies

The first recipe written for an oatmeal cookie was in 1896 by Fannie Merritt Farmer. However, oats have been documented all the way back to Read More

National Sloppy Joe Day

Sloppy Joe Sandwiches

After a hard day, yesterday, we relax and have an easy meal. The Sloppy Joe is said to have been created in a Sioux City, Iowa café; where it Read More

What is a Paleo Diet?

What is a Paleo Diet?

I’d like to first mention that I believe most “diets” are ultimately a waste of time, effort, energy and, often, money; as they are usually temporary, not well followed and Read More

National Peanut Lovers’ Day

On March 1, we celebrated peanut butter, but today we get down to the basics of just the nut. Yet, is it really a nut? The peanut, as we know it, is actually a Read More

National Potato Chip Day

Potato Chips

Potato chips are America’s number one snack food, that is enjoyed by the millions. The potato chip started on August 24, 1853, when an unhappy patron in Read More