Whether you’re a fan of college football or the NFL, football season has begun and that means game day recipes are coming up, too! Get ready to kick off the season with tasty snacks and appetizers to enjoy all afternoon. Classics like cheesy dips and chips and salsa are easy to munch on. And game day recipes can be easy and with minimal ingredients if that’s what you’re looking for.
September is just about here and many people are looking forward to Labor Day camping! The holiday always falls on the first Monday of September. It’s generally a three day weekend for many people and an opportunity to go out and have fun in the sun. That’s also because it tends to mark the end of summer for most people and communities. The sun is still shining, the summer produce is ripe, and it's one last chance for some warm-weather Labor Day camping.
Tacoma Boys is here to help you prep school snack ideas plus breakfast and lunch, too! Everyone knows it can be difficult to get started with a new school year full of activities, errands, and meals to prepare. It can especially be tricky to come up with new creative and enticing snacks for the kids throughout the year. Tacoma Boys has a variety of packaged snacks plus fresh ingredients to have on hand and pack in the backpacks.
Corn recipes are perfect for summer and oh-so versatile! From sweet cornbread to savory dips and everything in between, it’s an easy ingredient to cook with. There are different varieties that offer different amounts of sugar and starch. But all corn is packed with nutrients, fiber, and juicy delicious flavor! It also goes well with so many foods. For example, corn tastes good in creamy casseroles, recipes with other crunchy fresh vegetables, and baked goods too.
When it comes to summer no-cook meals, everyone knows about pasta salad and cold cut sandwiches. But other creative dishes like nicoise salad (or other loaded salads) or spring rolls with your choice of protein can be filling and delicious. And recipes that use a slow cooker or grill can certainly be up for consideration, too!
What better way to start the summer than by whipping up easy cocktails and mocktails to sip on?! Refreshing and full of fruity citrus or other flavor, there are so many different drinks to make. From mojitos, to grapefruit palomas, to strawberry lemonade and sweetened iced tea. Try out one of these drinks and serve it up alongside a picnic or backyard barbecue to start off the summer right.
Seasonings and spices are a great way to add flavor and tenderness to foods for your Father’s Day grilling extravaganza! Tacoma Boys has a wide selection of spices, herbs, and seasoning blends to help prepare for grilled meats, pasta salads, and more. You can build a whole menu with side dishes and mains that are packed with flavor and heat thanks to dozens of hot sauce choices, too. Whether you’re marinating meat, spicing up veggies, or accentuating appetizers and sides, Tacoma Boys has what you need to get grilling with spicy and flavorful food!
Hit the park, pool, or lake with easy and refreshing poolside snacks to make the day even better! When the sun comes out and the heat descends on the Pacific Northwest, it’s a no-brainer to head to a body of water to cool off and enjoy the weather. And of course, this type of outing should always include snacks and drinks for the whole family and friends.
Warm and sunny days have arrived and so has National Barbecue Month! The month of May is a great time to get outside more and start cooking and eating al fresco. Grilling is great because it results in a specific smokey flavor and allows the opportunity to gather outdoors and enjoy the weather. We’re talking marinated and grilled chicken, grilled corn on the cob, and of course burgers too! There are so many different foods and recipes to choose from and try out when grilling. Search the web and walk the aisles of Tacoma Boys to get inspired with recipes and ingredients.
Cooking tasty Cinco de Mayo recipes is one of the best ways to celebrate the holiday! Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican victory in a battle on May 5th back in 1862 in Puebla, Mexico. It also is widely celebrated to appreciate Mexican culture and heritage for those living in their home country, in the U.S., or elsewhere. Cinco de Mayo translates in Spanish to “fifth of May” so it's easy to know when to celebrate! Parades and festivals might mark the holiday as well as gathering with food and drink.