You’re headed to the grocery store, and, if you’re like me, you have quite a few items on your list. Among them are “green beans” and “peas”. Where do you head? The produce aisle? Or the freezer section? Does it matter?
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.
Last weekend, my family was sitting in the church pews trying to keep our kids wrangled in until the pastor released them for Children’s Church. Most of the time, this involves some type of food. Last week it was Skittles. Don’t judge. I slowly fed my 2-year-old one Skittle at a time as to ensure he didn’t shove twelve in his mouth, as he’s been known to do. I watched as mid-chew, the Skittle fell out of his mouth and onto the floor. Then, I watched in horror as my husband picked up said half-eaten Skittle off of the ground and popped it back into my son’s mouth. My husband then looked at me, shrugged and said, “five second rule”. Sure, I had heard this phrase hundreds of times and used it myself just as many, but in my personal opinion, it does not apply to sticky items that can collect more germs upon reaching the ground than non-sticky items. Am I right? Well, let’s ask the Food Testing Lab Delivery Dallas experts to weigh in on this and other lies we may still cling to. They may not be experts in everything we believed as kids, but they are pros when it comes to the safe handling of your food deliveries.
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.