Super Bowl Snack Facts

Americans spend more than $50 million annually stocking up on snack food for Super Bowl weekend. That turns into 30 million pounds of snacks including; 11.2 million pounds of potato chips, 8.2 million pounds of tortilla chips, 4.3 million pounds of pretzels, 3.8 million pounds of popcorn and 2.5 million pounds of nuts. And those snacks don't count for nothing The average Super Bowl watcher will consume about 1,200 calories during the game do to snacking, making it the most caloric intake day second only to Thanksgiving! In fact, most Americans double their daily calories on Super Bowl Sunday compared to any other day.

No Bake Desserts You Can Make for Valentine's Day

Looking to impress your sweetheart this Valentine's Day? Well you don't need to be an expert pastry chef in order to make an amazing dessert that will melt your love's heart. These four no-bake desserts only take a few minutes to make, so you can get on with the romance and leave the dishes for tomorrow!

How to Pair Wine and Food for a Great Night In

Looking to throw the perfect dinner party for your friends and family? Well in addition to a great looking table (which you can set on the cheap!) and delicious menu you need the right wine to complement every dish! Believe it or not, there is a science that goes into food and wine pairing and high-end restaurants agonize over every pairing they suggest. However, you don't need to be a sommelier or Michelin star chef to make a the right choice at the liquor store!

Here are 5 basic rules to following when pairing wine and food to create a delicious and complimentary menu:


5 Foods to Serve on Valentine's Day

Millions of couples will go out for dinner this Valentine's Day, but you can create a romantic evening in provided you have the right menu! A few candles, some great music, and a home-cooked meal with a few of these key ingredients is bound to make for a great night in!


High in zinc and with a well-known reputation for being great for love and fertility, oysters are one of the most well-known aphrodisiacs. Casanova, the legendary Italian lover, reportedly had 50 oysters a day for breakfast! Researchers recently found that oysters contain amino acids that trigger the production of sex hormones, so there might be some truth to this old wives tail.