6 AAPI-Owned Brands We’re Loving

Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Supporting AAPI-owned brands year round is a wonderful way to strengthen communities and promote diversity. Give 6 of our favorite brands a try:   1. Biena Snack stash running low? Biena has your back with crunchy, nutritious bites. If you’re a fan of big flavor, then the Habanero […]

Mother’s Day the Brunch Way

This one’s for the moms, mamas, grandmas, aunts, and role models. They deserve a little slice of heaven for all the light they share with us. Give them the Mother’s Day meal of their dreams – an easy, breezy brunch! Send them this kit from Shipt (or a membership of their own!) and their special […]

Category: Food & Drink, Holidays

Cooking Together: Gigi’s Famous German Chocolate Cake

Mothers (and all caregivers!) make the world go ‘round. Whether you’re celebrating with gifts, dessert like this German Chocolate Cake, or just quality time together, make Mother’s Day count. Watch Anna Lynn, Experience Team Associate Manager, and mother Gigi make this traditional German Chocolate Cake in honor of their special relationship. Happy Mother’s Day to […]

Food for Thought: Pickled Beet Salad with Jones Valley Teaching Farm

Spring has officially sprung, and so has our craving for fresh, earthy foods like this Pickled Beet Salad. Made with local produce from our friends at Jones Valley Teaching Farm in downtown Birmingham, this jar salad combines crisp greens, salty feta,  and tangy beets for a mouthwatering experience. First, let’s dig into a beloved Birmingham […]

Cooking Together: Bean Pie from Khadijah and Aisha

Bean pie is a dessert rich in history and flavor. In the 1930s, members of the Nation of Islam began making and selling bean pies to break away from foods historically associated with Black people in the American South, namely the sweet potato pie.   Ramadan (also spelled Ramazan, Ramzan, Ramadhan, or Ramathan) is the ninth […]

Category: Food & Drink, Recipes

Food for Thought: How Carrots Ended Up in Cake

Carrot cake: this dynamic duo of dessert and veggies has a cult following, especially around Easter.  Historians aren’t really sure what the exact root of carrot cake is. One theory places carrot cake’s origins in the Middle Ages as a pudding made from steamed or boiled carrots.  Fast forward to the health-conscious 1970s, when carrot […]

Category: Food & Drink

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