What to Cook for Your Fourth of July Party

Independence Day is a time to celebrate your country with friends, family, and plenty of food. If you’re hosting this year’s festivities but want to offer up a spread that’s a bit more out of the ordinary, consider these exciting and delicious dishes from Good Housekeeping. Main Dishes   Slow-Cooker Ribs — Making ribs in a crockpot makes enjoying the rest of your get-together easy. Let these ribs simmer in a tantalizing teriyaki sauce while … Continue Reading…

History of Presidents’ Day

Every year, on the third Monday of February, the country celebrates Presidents’ Day. While most schools get the day off and you might even get a day off from work, many of us don’t know what the day means, so here is a brief history of Presidents’ Day. The holiday originated in 1800 as a day of remembrance for George Washington, who had died the previous year. It was set on February 22nd, his birthday. … Continue Reading…