February 26, 2018

RV Across America Using This Great Advice

Traveling can encompass a lot of different things depending upon whom you ask or talk to about it. We all know that it can be fun to travel to a new location, but you should still have a plan so that you do not waste money. Try using the tips below to create a better plan. Print out directions and confirmation numbers ahead of time when you are traveling. If you have a smart phone, you can save these important pieces of information in a file in your phone for easy access later. You will be much more at ease if you know ahead of time how and where to find your important information when you need it. If you pack electronics while traveling, either remove the batteries or flip them around. Some small electronics can be easily flipped on. You definitely do not want them flipping on in your bag during the trip. There is a good chance the battery might be drained by the time they are unpacked. Make your luggage bright and noticeable. Try to avoid carrying bags that are one matte color and blend in with all the other pieces of luggage in the airport. Having […]
February 21, 2018

Celebrity Chefs Bring a Taste of New Orleans to California’s Great America Theme Park

Chefs Adam Glick “Below Deck Mediterranean” and Kelsey Henderson “The Chopping Block” & “Cutthroat Kitchen” hosted a cooking demo of their favorite Cajun foods this past weekend at California’s Great America Theme Park in the Bay Area. The duo treated park guests to shrimp and grits fritters, traditional gumbo and red velvet beignets during the park’s TASTE OF ORLEANS festival. The weekend long event featured live Cajun music, entertainment, as well as regional food and drinks. Social Scene
August 6, 2017

Celebrity Chefs Bring a Taste of New Orleans to California’s Great America Theme Park

Chefs Adam Glick “Below Deck Mediterranean” and Kelsey Henderson “The Chopping Block” & “Cutthroat Kitchen” hosted a cooking demo of their favorite Cajun foods this past weekend at California’s Great America Theme Park in the Bay Area. The duo treated park guests to shrimp and grits fritters, traditional gumbo and red velvet beignets during the park’s TASTE OF ORLEANS festival. The weekend long event featured live Cajun music, entertainment, as well as regional food and drinks. Social Scene