DALLAS– Chef Blythe Beck was inspired for this week’s Spice of Blythe after she cleaned out her fridge. She spotted some UFOs: unidentified food objects. While spring cleaning season creeps up on us, getting rid of those stinky, crusty, and expired food objects makes room for food to feed your family!
DALLAS — Whether there is Irish blood in your ancestry, or you’re just Irish for a day, this week’s Join the Club takes us to the North Texas Festival at Fair Park. “We do have a lot of people who are over here from Ireland and can’t go back and this is their connection to that culture,” said Sherry Bush of the North Texas Irish Festival. The festival took place from March 2-4 and boasted Irish culture through food, beer, […]
LONDON, ENGLAND — Move over America, there’s a new big man on campus! According to a new study, British millennials are on the path to being the heftiest generation on the other side of the pond! The researchers from Cancer Research U.K. claim 7 out of every 10 young people in the U.K. will be too chunky by the time they hit middle age, and having “more to love” as an adult is linked to 13 different types of cancer. Overweight millennials […]
For the first time in 10 years, Lucky Charms cereal is introducing a new and permanent marshmallow — the magical unicorn. General Mills, the company that makes Lucky Charms, made the decision on the new replacement after polling social media for suggestions. The purple-blue mythical creature will replace the yellow hourglass marshmallow. The hourglass has been part of the cereal since 2008. There’s another report that Lucky Charms is launching a new variety called Frosted Flakes Lucky Charms.” One can only […]
DALLAS– For this week’s Spice of Blythe, Pink Magnolia Chef Blythe Beck taught a cooking class at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. In the spirit of eating locally, she cooked up some Texas-raised lamb chops! If you have something you’d like the chef to show you how to cook, let us know!
DALLAS– Chef Blythe Beck took a step out of her kitchen this week and stopped into SPCA of Texas. She says feeding the community is key to feeding your soul. After recently visiting for a fundraiser, she was inspired by the work the organization does for animals in need. If you want to help, you can volunteer to help walk the dogs. You can donate a gift or blankets to the dogs. Or, you can give an animal a forever […]
DALLAS — Super Bowl Sunday, the biggest game of the year, and the biggest day for food, too! And over at the Greenville Avenue Pizza Company, they’re prepping as hard as the players. “Half the staff that left at 5 AM is gearing up to be back here by 2 today,” said Sammy Mandell, the owner of the Greenville Avenue Pizza Company. “I mean we’re going to sell over 200 pounds of wings today, probably do well over 100 deliveries. […]
FRISCO, TX — Let’s just start off by saying do not, we repeat, DO NOT eat Tide Pods! Although it may seem like common knowledge, people are eating them for a beyond ridiculous internet challenge. But Hurt’s Donut Co. is trying to put a fun little spin on the very toxic and poisonous pods. “We try to stay topical, we try to look at the news and what’s trending,” owner of Hurt’s Donut in Frisco, Keith Selby said. Don’t eat […]
DALLAS– If you took a bite, you’d think, ‘hey that’s a good oatmeal chocolate chip cookie.’ Then you’d wonder, why do they call it the Nourishing Nibble? Well, that’s because Great One Cookie Company is making magic happen with lactation cookies! The owner, Christina Strudwick says, “New moms know what we are talking about, if it’s a husband or a guy they are kinda like, ew, why would you eat that?” But, don’t get the delicious baked goods twisted. They […]
DALLAS– It’s that time of year when people are making, and maybe even breaking, New Years resolutions. Pink Magnolia Chef Blythe Beck says there is one thing you shouldn’t be giving up, that cup of coffee. Some people say coffee can be bad, but Blythe argues the pros outweigh the cons. She also has some ideas of how to use coffee in the kitchen.