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Gordo’s Cheese Dip Top 25 Fixins for Mix Ins

Gordo’s Cheese Dip is perfect just the way nature made it, but we’d be lying to you if we didn’t admit how amazing Gordo’s tastes when you add a little bit of this and a little bit of that to ... Read It

Cooking with Kids: Fun Summer Snacks!

First, let me lay it out on the line: cooking with kids is not usually neat, clean, predictable, quick, or easy. BUT! Yes, there are buts! (If you’re living with kids, you’ll need to insert a “butts” joke here.) Cooking ... Read It

8 Weekend Trip Ideas for the Dog Days of Summer

July 4th has passed and we are now officially in the Dog Days of Summer (yes, it’s a real thing, not just an expression — who knew?). For the working and kid-less folks, summer isn’t a whole lot different than ... Read It

Red, White & Blue: Patriotic Food for Your July 4th

If Gordo’s claimed a national holiday, it would be the Fourth of July, for sure. I mean c’mon — the explosion of flavor, our patriotic colors (hello, Hot and Original), and the taste of freedom you experience with each and ... Read It

Treating Dad on a Budget: 5 Inexpensive Father’s Day Gifts

It’s Father’s Day this weekend! Want to know the most popular search on Google happening right about now? “Father’s Day Gifts.” Yep, you and everybody else are waiting until the 11th hour to plan for something special for dear ole’ ... Read It

Summer Nosh Done Light – Veggie Recipes Everyone Can Appreciate

Summer is upon us, folks. And though it’s not technically in full swing (waiting patiently for the official start of summer on June 21), in the Southeast, many schools are out and the heat has arrived. With summer comes an ... Read It

Graduation – Doing It Right at Any Age & Grade

Throughout May and June, hundreds of thousands of graduates will make the famous walk down the aisle, across the stage, likely to the tune of Pomp and Circumstance. The end of spring and beginning of summer marks not only a ... Read It

5 Cinco de Mayo Recipes You Can Make in 5 Minutes

Ah Cinco de Mayo, a [sort of] Mexican holiday that Americans have created come to love. Roots of the holiday come predominantly from the town of Corona, California (no relation to the popular beer), and is less celebrated (if at ... Read It

10 Facts That Might Surprise You About the Kentucky Derby

The race known as “The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports” is set to take place this Saturday, May 2 in Louisville, Kentucky. You probably know a good deal about the “Run for the Roses,” but we bet that some of ... Read It

How to Keep Your Kids Busy While You Watch the Masters

Tomorrow is the start of a much-anticipated 2015 Masters Tournament in Augusta, GA. If you’re like most of us, you’ll enjoy the Masters from the comfort of your living room. Tournament badges are a little more difficult to come by, ... Read It

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