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An American Classic: Our Favorite Cherry Dishes

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According to the American Pie Council (How do we get on that council?!), the cherry pie first came to the United States along with the first settlers. Early American pie crusts weren’t even eaten and used merely as a container for the rest of the pie. The cherry pie is an American staple and there’s even a national holiday for ... Read More »

A Romantic Dinner at Home for Two

Valentine's Day Dinner for Two at Home

Valentine’s Day. Anniversary. A promotion at work. A new move. A night without the kids. There’s always a reason to celebrate with a romantic dinner for you and your significant other. Going out to a restaurant is one way to accomplish this, but staying at home can make the evening even better. If you aren’t feeling too confident about your ... Read More »

An Oprah-Crafted Meal Plan

Oprah Winfrey has been on television since 1976 where she worked as the youngest and first black female news anchor at Nashville’s WLAC-TV. Needless to say, Oprah’s been around for a while and shows no signs of going anywhere. Each year, Oprah releases a list of her favorite things from the past year. At FoodyDirect, we’re lucky because we have ... Read More »

The Best Treats to Send Your Sick Loved One This Winter

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Anywhere between 5%-20% of people will get the flu in the United States this year. Even at the low end, that’s a lot of people! Chances are, you know someone who is going to pick up a winter cold. This winter, take care of your sick loved ones with a food delivery! Whether it is your friend, your child off ... Read More »

4 Hostess Gifts to Impress

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With so many holiday parties to attend, you’ll probably want to bring along an offering for your generous host or hostess. Sure, wine is a great choice (who doesn’t love wine), if you want your gift to be immediately forgotten. Instead, opt for a hostess gift so memorable that your host/hostess will have to call you and ask where you purchased that ... Read More »

4 Tips to Hosting a Unique Holiday Party

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You’re bound to be a guest at a slew of holiday parties over the next month. Our guess is that it will just be a montage of the same thing over and over until you can walk into your next shindig and give a play-by-play of every single thing that will happen. You don’t want to host a predictable holiday ... Read More »

5 Comfort Foods to Help You Beat the Winter Chill

Grandma's Chicken Soup

The first day of winter for 2017 is December 21st but if you are reading this then, we imagine it’s already pretty cold wherever you are. If you struggle to make it through a day without cuddling under a blanket or blasting a space heater a foot away from your face, we sympathize! When the temperatures start dipping, it can ... Read More »

Why Not Throw a Soiree this Valentine’s Day?

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Every year on Valentine’s Day, couples all over the world sit down together to romantic dinners for two. But what about the old adage, “The more the merrier?” Why not buck culinary convention this year by hosting a festive Valentine’s Day event for all of your favorite people? Here’s a closer look at why and how to host a festive ... Read More »

Last Chance to Order America’s Best Wings for Your Super Bowl Party!

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Just how popular are Duff’s Famous Wings for Super Bowl? Consider this: The Buffalo, New York, home to America’s best wings will go through 65,000 pounds of their legendary drums and flats this this week alone! That translates to half a million of the perfect finger-licking, partners to Super Bowls and suds. More impressive is there’s still time to order a heaping helping for your Big ... Read More »

Time to Send Good Cheer: Do it with Food!

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Forget jolly: ’tis the season to be hungry! For many people, the holidays are accompanied by thoughts of roaring fires and time spent with family and friends. But something else comes to mind when we think of holiday cheer: food. The food we set on our holiday tables is intrinsically linked with the memories we make season after season. It’s ... Read More »