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Getting the Jump on Labor Day Party Planning

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August may have 31 days, but that doesn’t stop it from being the month of the year that seems to pass by the quickest. The takeaway for hosts and hostesses everywhere? The time is now to start planning your Labor Day festivities. Let’s take a closer look at why Labor Day is worth celebrating, along with several tips for making ... Read More »

How Will You Celebrate This Cinco De Mayo?

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While the U.S.’s big celebration of independence is observed on the fourth of July, Mexican-Americans enjoy a holiday of their own exactly two months — less a day — later on Cinco de Mayo, AKA “the fifth of May.” Let’s take a closer look at this cultural fete, along with some simple (and delicious!) ways to get in on the ... Read More »

Colored Eggs? The History and Symbolism of Easter Foods

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Holidays are far more than a mere date on a calendar. They’re the summation of all of their traditions, symbols, meanings, memories, foods and more. One holiday particularly ripe with symbolism is Easter. As the days count down to the most important of Christian holidays this March 27th, let’s take a closer look at this ancient holiday, along with highlighting ... Read More »

It’s Almost American Chocolate Week! How Will You Celebrate?

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Just how delicious is chocolate? While most other foods get a single day designated in their honor, chocolate gets an entire week! In honor of this outstanding occasion, let’s count down a few of our favorite chocolate facts before exploring some easy ways to get in on the chocolate fun during American Chocolate Week. Three Fiction-Worthy Chocolate Facts The distinctive ... Read More »

Eat, Drink and Be Merry This Purim!

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When it comes to holidays, there are few so joyous as Purim. In fact, this springtime celebration is often described as “Jewish Mardi Gras” for its revelrous nature. Just what makes Purim such a mirth-filled occasion and how will you do it justice this year? Let’s take a closer look at all things Purim. All About Purim Purim celebrates the ... Read More »

The Insider’s Guide to St. Patrick’s Day

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The time of year for all things green and Guinness is quickly approaching. A beloved celebration for Irish-Americans as well as all fans of rollicking and revelry, St. Patrick’s day is celebrated by many, and yet relatively few know the history behind the holiday. Let’s take a closer look at this Ireland-inspired observation, along with highlighting a few tips for ... Read More »

Pi Day Super Sale!

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It’s always a good time for pie, but March 14th – aka Pi Day – is the perfect time to get AWESOME DEALS on some of America’s favorites. Get slicin’, servin’, and  sendin’! Blue Owl Bakery Deal: $10 OFF Levee High Caramel Pecan Apple Pie from 3/12 – 3/18 Butter & Scotch Deal: $5 OFF ALL Pies from 3/8 – 3/14 Little ... Read More »

St. Patrick’s Day Treats You’ve Got to Try!

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Lucky you! We’ve got delectable St. Patrick’s Day sweets to go with your corned beef, cabbage, and beer! These mail-order Irish-inspired goodies will get you and your loved ones in a festive mood!  Red Truck Bakery’s Guinness Stout and Chocolate Irish Cake Chocolate cake got a sexy, grown-up makeover! This rich 8″ chocolate ring is made with dark Guinness Stout, Callebaut chocolate and ... Read More »

So Why Do We Give Chocolate on Valentine’s Day, Anyway?

Valentine's Day

Chocolate and Valentine’s Day go together in the minds of many Americans like Cupid and arrows. But how did these two things become so inextricably intertwined, and why should you keep up the chocolate-giving tradition this February 14th? Let’s take a closer look. A Rich History Chocolate’s affiliation with love and romance dates back thousands of years. The Aztec Indians ... Read More »