Pony Express Cowboy Beans: A Taste of the American West

: Pony Express Day, held on various days in April, commemorates those courageous men who risked hide & hair to ensure the delivery of our US mail. Back in the days of the Wild West there were no fast mail delivery services like there are today; no cars, no planes and ships would most likely…

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Fluffy Made From Scratch Pancakes & a little history

It’s National Pancake Week (I think) and we kicked off the week with an Americanized version of savory French crepes. Today I’m bringing you the history behind pancakes and the best, fluffy, made from scratch recipe…ever! It’s said the origin of pancakes can be traced back to the Ancient Greeks who made a form of…

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The Twinkies Time Tube: A Cream-Filled, Spongy, Yellow Bite of History

Do you remember your first Twinkie? How old you were and how you felt after taking your first moist, sweet, creamy, lusciously spongy bite? No you’re not pathetic…most everyone on the planet remembers! How could we not? They were simply the best things on earth—at the time. Speaking of which, let’s enter the portal and…

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The Day of Memories…

“Memorial Day” The day of Remembrance, Reflection & Relaxation. In tribute to those loved and lost. God Bless Our Armed Services, past, present and future. You are respected, remembered and loved. May you walk in safety love, honor and peace. Today, the Kitchen is Closed and will resume operations in the morning.

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