Submitted by Eddie's on December 12, 2013 - 14:31
What is it about the phrase “wintry mix” that triggers a Pavlovian response to shop for milk, bread and toilet paper? When that first salt truck hits the road, some of us go a step further. We pull out the roasting pan, the stock pot and the slow cooker to get down for some real comfort food.
Submitted by Eddie's on December 10, 2013 - 15:47
The holiday rush is upon us. With work, shopping, kids home from school and inclement weather to top everything off, how can we even think of feeding our family? We have lots of easy solutions that take only minutes to prepare.
Submitted by Eddie's on December 5, 2013 - 12:24
One of the most fun places to explore in a specialty grocery store is the cheese department. The variety of flavors, textures, smells and artisanal love that go into each type of cheese can be overwhelming and confusing. This combination of love and craftsmanship goes way beyond bacteria and enzymes.
Submitted by Eddie's on November 21, 2013 - 14:43
For those of the Jewish faith, Thanksgiving 2013 will be brimming over with tradition, giving us even more reasons to be thankful. For the first time in 125 years, the Big Feast and the Festival of Lights coincide.
This rare occurrence will never happen again in our lifetimes. Where Chanukah traditionally shares the stage with Christmas trees, mistletoe and ho, ho, ho, this year Mr. Turkey will have to yield room for brisket, latkes and a round of dreidel.
Submitted by Eddie's on November 19, 2013 - 08:28
For many of us, autumn is the most favorite time of year. The air is crisp, pumpkins abound, and cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg warm the air. What is there not to love about pumpkin: pumpkin pie, pumpkin butter, pumpkin coffee, and of course, Eddie’s amazing Pumpkin Bars.
Submitted by Eddie's on November 13, 2013 - 13:17
If you're hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year, take a deep breath. It’s not as bad as it might seem. You don’t have to treat it as “Babette’s Feast” meets “Mission Impossible.” With a few easy guidelines you can cook, entertain and yes, enjoy the holiday, too!
Submitted by Eddie's on November 12, 2013 - 14:11
Tailgating at a football game is an American tradition, and some people take it to amazing extremes, firing up their grills at the break of dawn. But even those who watch the games from the warmth of their family rooms still like to enjoy good, hearty and fun “tailgating” food.
Wings are a must, and if you’re feeding a crowd, you can’t beat Eddie’s 3-foot or 5-foot subs, especially our Italian Cold Cut, complete with potato salad and coleslaw.