Christmas is a season for giving, positivity, and joyfulness. When I think about the spirit of Christmas, one jolly fella seems to come to mind. There are many admirable traits we could learn from Santa. He is a giver, a forgiver, a hard worker, and a lover. I’d like to mirror Santa in many ways, but that big old belly just isn’t one of them.
If you ask our Dallas Food Deliveries team, Halloween is the official start to the eating holiday season. While you all are hustling and bustling prepping your Thanksgiving Turkey and getting a jump on your Christmas shopping, our Dallas Food Logistics drivers are transporting your holiday favorites throughout the metroplex and the great state of Texas. After this week, holiday eating celebrating is officially on!
It’s October, and that means Oktoberfests will be popping up all around North Texas, the home of our Dallas Food Logistics team. In Germany, where Oktoberfest originated, this month is a huge deal. Each town has their own festival (sometimes more than one!), and the Germans make their way from village to village tasting and celebrating German unification, which, by the way, is this Friday. There are tons to do at Oktoberfest, whether you’re celebrating the real thing in Europe, or enjoying a festival back in The States. Of course, the most important part of Oktoberfest, especially if you’re German, is the beer.
If you have kids, you know that sometimes they can be picky eaters. For example, if given the opportunity, my son would eat ketchup for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I have to remind him to actually dip food into the ketchup, not just eat it with his fork. With all the gourmet grub our Dallas Food Testing Lab Couriers cart around, they would be ashamed of his habits. Fortunately, though, he’s in a phase where he likes to play pretend. So we’ve been pretending to be monkeys for the better part of two weeks, and, as monkeys do, we eat bananas. And ketchup.
Perhaps your Facebook, like mine, has been inundated with pictures of food lately. People posting their full dinner plates, their freshly grilled foods, or lovely looking cookies and muffins. They all seem to carry the hashtag #Paleo. I’ve been ignoring said food fad for quite some time now, but recently, I decided it was time to educate myself on this “Paleo” business, and learn what all the fuss is about. Since our Dallas Food Delivery professionals are experienced in all foods delicious and fresh, I started there. What I learned was surprising.
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.
The number one New Years Resolution in 2014 is to lose weight. Coming in at a close second is the resolution to get fit and healthy. What if you could kill two birds with one stone? It just so happens that the good guys and gals of our Food Delivery Dallas team have acquired some key knowledge when it comes to eating right to lose weight. After all, they do spend their days transporting delicious and fresh food throughout Dallas/Ft. Worth (and beyond!). So just for you, our Dallas Courier customers, they’ve put together a list of five foods you should be eating this New Year in order to work towards those two big resolutions.
It might be the end of summer, but here in Texas that doesn’t mean it’s the end of backyard barbeques. Unlike our neighbors to the North, our wether is just getting perfect for those outside cookouts. At Dallas Courier, our Food Testing Lab Couriers Dallas team gets to see a lot of unique and interesting foods as we transport them across the metroplex. Some of the combinations are inspirational, which has given us a few ideas to pass along to our readers about how to build a better burger for your next outdoor barbeque.
They say everything is bigger and better in Texas. Here at Dallas Courier’s Food Testing Lab Deliveries Dallas division, we’d like to think that’s true. Few things mean more to Texans than football. That’s why when it came down to building a new home for our Dallas Cowboys, $1.33 billion seemed like a reasonable number. But while we might have the biggest jumbo-tron and the biggest retractable roof, would you believe we do not have the biggest budget when it comes to stadiums?