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The best cheeseburgers are homemade, juicy, and charcoal-grilled. But if you’re looking for the best cheeseburgers with the best deal at a restaurant, that depends on who has the best deal, price, and taste. Be sure to check National Cheeseburger Day deals found at some restaurants throughout the week. Burger Deals There are burger app deals at Burger King, Dairy Queen, and McDonalds. Most, if not all, of the cheeseburger deals are at participating locations. Even though the majority of the National Cheeseburger specials are only through September 18th, some offer special deals for a limited time. For instance, Dairy Queen’s cheeseburger special runs through SeptemberRead More →

 Plan healthy meals for the week like this Hamburger Steak Breakfast for Two. Choose grilled, pan-fried, oven-cooked or slow-cooked steak. Steak leftovers are good for planning breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. Weekly Meal Plans for Steak Leftovers Listed below are steak breakfast, lunch, and dinner meal plans to make it easy for you – and a hamburger steak and egg breakfast recipe.Read More →

Cooking simply for fall holiday food with a potato bar is the way to go. Prepare potatoes as the main holiday food for an event, and ask everyone to bring potato fixin’s.   Types of Potatoes Starting with a potato bar, there are options. Go with one or more of these: 1. Russet (or Idaho) potatoes 2. Red potatoes 3. New potatoes 4. Sweet potatoes 5. Fingerling potatoes Out of the five types of potatoes listed above, russet/Idaho and red potatoes are the highest on the glycemic scale. So for the sake of guests who are diabetics, go for a lower glycemic potato. Russet isRead More →

Homemade peach ice cream makes an ideal dessert for a hot Labor Day event. And even after the last summer holiday is over and folks are eager for fall to arrive, summer doesn’t officially end this year in the Northern Hemisphere until September 23rd. That leaves plenty of hot days to enjoy your favorite homemade ice cream. Ice Cream-Good for Every Season …and the homemade kind is the best!   Fresh or Frozen Peaches There’s nothing like making homemade ice cream with fresh summer peaches. But even when it’s not peach season, there’s no reason you can’t have peach ice cream. Fresh peaches are theRead More →

Make a Banana Pudding Ice Cream Treat Homemade banana pudding ice cream is easy to make in an electric ice cream freezer. Serve it to guests, or freeze it for later. The banana pudding ice cream recipe I’ll be sharing with you is one of my favorite ice cream freezer recipes because of three reasons. It is so simple to prepare, my family likes it, and it reminds me of eating banana pudding.Read More →

  Goulash is an easy meal to make and one that people in the South love. It’s comfort food and so good that second helpings are hard to pass up. Making a big pot of goulash can provide a week’s leftovers for one or two or feed six in one meal. Serve with crackers, cornbread, or garlic toast.   NOTE: This post contains an affiliate link which means if you click on it and make a purchase, I make a commission. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! My husband asked meRead More →