A recent viral video about the Walkman player has gone mainstream on just about every news outlet in America. Have you seen it? Our Food Testing Lab Deliveries Dallas employees have. Go to your favorite search engine and type in the phrase “kids with Walkman”, and you’ll see what all the fuss is about.
The Super Bowl is just days away. While some of you might be prepping your Peyton Manning jersey or fluffing up your Seahawks foam finger, I will be making (and eating) my favorite football treats. With only one weekend left in the football season, now is the time to pull out all the stops. Ask anyone at Dallas Food Deliveries, and they would tell you that the Super Bowl eating is just as important as the Super Bowl watching. Super Bowl Sunday is second only to Thanksgiving Day in the biggest day for food consumption in the United States. And with the weather outside a little…frightful…you better stock up one some great eats while you can! Here are the top ten Super Bowl eats according to the folks of Dallas Food Deliveries.
Stephen King might be called the greatest suspense and horror writer of our time. With over 50 novels, over 30 film adaptations, and just as many television adaptations, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t at least heard of King’s work. You might know him for his famous works such as Food Testing Lab Courier Dallas favorites Pet Sematary, The Mist, or Cujo. I vividly remember my first time watching Misery in a film class in college. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I certainly didn’t anticipate it involving a sledgehammer and broken ankles. For those like myself who aren’t so into horror films and books, King is also the mastermind behind some famous dramas, as well. Notably, The Shawshank Redemption, and the Oscar winner The Green Mile; both are adaptations of novels by King.
WARNING: This blog post is not for the squeamish!
If you're one of our loyal Dallas Courier blog readers, then you know our team boasts a wide variety of interests. That's precisely what makes our blog a fun read - we blog about everything from historical events like the Bush Center opening to crawfish boils to the Texas Rangers. Are our blogs random, you ask? Nope. Let me tell you why. Our blog post ideas come courtesy of our different delivery specialty teams. You see, when a courier delivers the same commodity over and over again, he or she naturally becomes passionate about the industry they serve.
It's springtime, and springtime at my house is synonymous with one thing: crawfish! The moment the weather warms up, we know it's time for a crawfish boil. Crawfish boils are an important part of living in the south, so if you are in Dallas and haven't been to one, make it a priority this year. Texans should know how to crawfish boil.
When I arrived to the office this morning, I was greeted by our receptionist wearing pink, a pink and red table cloth on our meeting table, chocolate covered strawberries ready for the taking, those Valentine's heart candies, and a personalized, mini red velvet cake sitting on my desk. Now, if that's not a warm and welcomed greeting on Valentine's Day, I don't know what is.
Music's Biggest Night was last night, and I would officially be the most disliked person at our home office if I didn't write about it. Our home office and delivery team loves music. Sure, we all like different varieties, but all music lovers can appreciate music itself, just for being. As for me, I literally listen to it all. On Friday, I was in a Frank Ocean kind of mood. Today, my Pandora station is allowing me to enjoy the always fabulous George Winston. See, Monday is always a piano music kind of day. Friday is always a get ready for the weekend music kind of day. And the days in between usually are up to my mood. It may be oldies, spa music, rap - but you can rest assured that if you walk into this office, there will be music.
Fried pickles, seven layer dip, cold beer, coca cola, french fries, chicken wings, sliders, hotdogs, nachos, pulled pork sandwiches, chips and queso, barbecue, tater tots, stuffed jalapenos - what do all those tasty food items remind you of? Cardiax arrest? Hello, cynical! No, no. It isn't a heart attack of which I speak. It's the super bow!! (Oh, and maybe a heart attack if you eat leftovers all week...).