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How Do You Know If Food Is Cooked?

Food safety is extremely important to prevent foodborne illness. The last thing anyone wants is to be sick from food poisoning, whether it’s from a restaurant or your own homecooked meal. Yet, this can often happen when we are not educated about safe internal temperatures for poultry, red meat and fish. What should you know…

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5 Tips to Host the Best Backyard BBQ

Nothing says “summer” quite like an outdoor party. During the warmer months, it seems like someone is hosting a barbeque every weekend! When it’s your turn to host, you can’t go wrong with these 5 tips for the best summer backyard BBQ. Plan Ahead Many people plan their gatherings in advance, so everyone on the…

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10 Fruits & Vegetables to Grill This Spring

Warmer weather is on its way and that means it’s time to bring out the grill for backyard barbeques! In New England, springtime is a breath of fresh air after a chilly winter season. With it also comes some delicious seasonal fruits and vegetables we cannot wait to cook. If you are hesitant to grill…

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What’s the Difference Between Bake & Broil?

During the winter months in New England, many people store their grills away and cook indoors. When you tire of cooking dinner on the stovetop or baking in the oven, there is another option: Broiling. A similar method to outdoor cooking, broiling meat and seafood can give you the same great taste as the grill….

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Tips for a Stress-Free Thanksgiving

So, you’re the host for Thanksgiving dinner this year. If thinking about all the work involved makes you feel faint, there is no need to stress! We serve plenty of hungry customers every day and know some of the best tricks to do it all worry-free. We offer 5 tips for a relaxing Thanksgiving Day. …

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Fall Vegetables to Harvest in Summer

Mid to late summer is the perfect time to begin harvesting vegetables for the fall. Seeds germinate faster when the soil is already warm, but be careful of hot temperatures drying it out. Before the first frost and subsequent snowfalls, gardeners will want to have their crops fully grown and ready to use. Anything seasonal…

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Tips to Become a Grill Master

Summertime eating is all about food on the grill and cool drinks in hand. When you’re invited to a friend’s house for a backyard barbecue, do you help man the grill or mingle with guests? If you’re intimidated by cooking on the grill, we have 7 tips to help you become a grilling master for…

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7 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Grill

Summer is the season for grilling. When you get together with friends and family on a beautiful night for dinner, nothing says “backyard picnic” like food from the barbecue. Tired of the same old burgers, steaks and hot dogs? We list 7 foods you might not have known you could grill. 1. Watermelon This juicy…

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Serve the Best Appetizers on July 4th

July 4th is an all-American holiday that celebrates the independence of our country from British rule. Over the years, this celebration of freedom has evolved into a tradition we all know and love: picnics and backyard barbecues! After Memorial Day kicks off the unofficial start to summer, many people look forward to grilling and chilling…

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Perfect Desserts for Summer

Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer, which means backyard BBQ season has arrived! After you’ve finished munching on hot dogs and hamburgers, potato salad and deviled eggs, what’s for dessert? Summer can be a challenging time to serve sweet treats because the weather is hot and some guests may be watching their waistlines….

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