Planning a cook out can be tough but, bringing dessert can be simple. However, you want the food to remain fresh and sweet for your guest.
You can start with these simple steps.
For a sweet and juicy treat, choose from seasonal fruits. You can skewer chunks of ripe mango, papaya, pineapple, or bananas after dipping them in sugar and cinnamon. Brush the skewer with coconut milk and cook on a hot grill for about 4 minutes.
Make some homemade ice cream and keep it in the container on ice. Another great idea is to scoop the inside of a watermelon out with a melon ball. You can refill the watermelon bowl with balls of cantaloupe, watermelon, and honeydew melon for a cool and colorful dessert.
You can also roast some marshmallows. Place a small square of dark chocolate on a shortbread cookie. Sit on a large roasted marshmallow on top of the chocolate an top it with another cookie.
Note: Lincoln Trinity Bluff will be closed for Memorial Day.
“Let’s go have fun” are the words you see when you go to the Richards Group website. The company was voted one of the best places to work for in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
It ranked number 4 out of 25 companies, beating out Park Place Dealerships, Frito-Lay North America, Cook Children’s Health Care System, and Medical Center of Lewisville.
The Richards Group has 650 happy employees. The company is a branding and advertising company with headquarters right here in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Fun Facts:They have around $1 billion in revenue. The company base their platform on telling the truth. The company is one of America’s largest independent agencies. They are also consistently ranked among the nations most creative agencies as well.
Some of their clients include: The Home Depot, Motel 6, Bridgestone, Firestone, Zales, Game Stop, Quik Trip, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Metro PCS, Chick-Fil-A, Fruit of the Loom, Red Lobster, Advance Auto Parts, Amstel Light, Stainmaster and Ram Trucks.
With happy employees, this company will continue to grow with much success.
Dallas News website states that the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport’s Terminal A is undergoing a costly renovation. Contractors have placed a wall up just north of A17 baggage claim. This wall is said to be part of the launch of major terminal renovations at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport. Workers will rip out walls, ceilings, and floors and replace them with new concessions, gate areas, and other facilities.
The airport has already closed gates in the A terminal. The renovation is said to take at least 14 to 15 months to rebuild. Employees will have to move to the central part of the terminal, then the southern end as each section is shut down and renovated.
The renovation is said to be an estimated cost of 1.9 billion. To help guide travelers,Volunteers and Dallas Fort Worth Ambassadors will also be stationed in the airport.
Lincoln Trinity Bluff will be hosting their first ever Pet Talent Contest. If you think your furry buddy has what it takes to wow the crowd than come on out.
All talents are welcomed at this event. This talent show will be a great way for you and your pet to get out of the house and bond. All skills are encouraged. Your pet could do anything to win, from shaking hands, rolling over, to sporting a really cute outfit.
The event will be sponsored by Your Pet Staff and Don’t Forget to Feed Me, a non profit organization that recognizes the challenge facing families in today’s economy. With more pets being abandoned and left in shelters, this non profit organization vision is to keep families and pets together.
Don’t Forget to Feed Me Food Bank will also be accepting donations.
The event takes place Saturday, May 14th from 11am to 2pm.
Gather the family together for a fun filled Cinco de Mayo event. The Southeast Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Southeast Dallas Chamber of Commerce are presenting The 2011 Southeast Dallas Cinco de Mayo Parade & Festival. This colorful event will take place on May 7, 2011 at the Corner of Bruton Road and South Buckner Blvd. Cinco de Mayo is known for celebrating the best Mexican foods, music, and cuisine. It is one of the oldest holidays.
Come out and enjoy all the fun filled events and festivities. There will be horse riding parades, music, dancing, vendors and more! This is a great event to bring the entire family.
The parade starts at 10am on Saturday. The entire festival runs from 11am to 5pm at Eastfield College Pleasant Grove (802 S. Buckner Blvd.)