Fall is in the air and home gardens are overflowing with vegetables. Don’t have a home garden? Farm stands are filling up to the brim with end of season bounty, and local orchards are awaiting visitors to do the picking. Gather up all of the fresh fruits and vegetables you can now and preserve them […]
Through out the busy days of summer, I have, on more than one occasion, found myself at the nearest fast food joint simply for the convenience of a quick and easy snack or meal. Now, with the even crazier days of school, extra curricular activities, and meetings in my families future, the temptation is sure […]
A typical bagged school lunch contains a sandwich (in a plastic baggie or wrapped in plastic wrap), and usually 2 or more store bought, individual serving, pre-packaged items like a yogurt, a bag of apple slices and a package of crackers or cookies . Also included is a juice box (with a plastic wrapped straw) […]
Dave’s Gourmet award winning gourmet pasta sauces are a favorite of ours here at USA Love List! We first introduced our readers to Dave’s Gourmet back in the spring. We are very excited to be working with Dave’s Gourmet again to bring you this fabulous opportunity to win a variety of Dave’s Gourmet specialty pasta sauces! […]
There’s nothing like a good cocktail on a hot summer day. Made in USA vodka is my spirit of choice, and I love Tito’s Handmade Vodka. Here are four quick summer cocktail recipes we love. Poteet Punch 1 1/2 oz Tito’s Handmade Vodka 3/4 oz Paula’s Texas Lemon or other limoncello 1/2 oz simple syrup […]
Can you believe that there are products still made in the USA today, that were made here before the United States of America even existed? The editors at USA Love List went on the hunt for 10 companies that have manufactured their products in America for over one hundred years. Here are our favorites of the oldest […]
This year celebrate the Fourth of July with true patriotism. Support America’s independence from foreign manufacturers and buy ‘Made in the USA’ whenever possible! At USA Love List, we have worked hard searching for the best American made Fourth of July celebration necessities so you don’t have to! Made in the USA BBQ, picnic and […]
USA Love List is teaming up with Justin’s , Whole Foods Market, and the Xerces Society to spread the word on the importance of saving our nation’s pollinators. Here, we have all of your questions answered and tips on how you can make a difference.
Guest post by Sherry Holdridge of OHSAY USA.com Don’t start a “what’s bigger” debate with a Texan unless you have a few hours to spare. Texans are very devoted to their diverse state and take pride in flying their flag at the same height as the American flag. Their state flower, the bluebonnet, is so […]
Get your spoon ready. We’ve found the most notable nut butters out there. Someone had to take on the challenge, so I gladly raised my hand. Our list explains the flavors of my favorite American made nut butters. Some of the flavor combos will surprise and shock you. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it. […]
In case you’ve missed the recent craze about grass fed beef, we’re here to answer your questions about why grass fed beef is better than grain fed. We enlisted the knowledge of the experts at Greenbury Market to give us the scoop. Is grass fed really healthier than grain fed? Read more and you’ll find […]
What could possibly be better than pizza? How about hot, crispy, wood fired pizza made anytime you want it, in your own backyard? Mmmm….PIZZA! With KettlePizza’s Pizza Oven Kit, you can do just that! The KettlePizza Pizza Oven Kit easily converts your own 18.5 or 22.5 kettle charcoal grill into a wood fired pizza oven. Hey, […]
I read a lot of recipes, tips, and helpful hints, but today is the day that I got the best, most perfectly timed tip ever. I tried it. It worked perfectly. Read on to find out the trick to make Egg Salad the fast and easy way, and you get to use your Made in […]
Celebrating Easter with kids means loading up a basket full of a bunch of cheap candy and toys. This is a situation where it is impossible to avoid imported junk, right? Wrong. (Did you really think we’d say right?! How long have we known each other?)
With whole aisles dedicated to Easter candy in stores today, it is quite overwhelming when one is looking for American made candy to purchase. Reading the labels isn’t always helpful, as many packages don’t even state where the candy is made. Well, USA Love List has done the research so you don’t have to, and […]
I love a well-balanced, complex cocktail. My favorite cocktail notes are floral, spicy, or fruity. While I’m no bartender, I think one easy way to make a complex drink, without adding extra calories, is to use infused alcohol. I suggest using vodka since it’s generally clean tasting so the flavors of your vodka infusion will […]
This year the Easter Bunny will be filling the Easter baskets in my house with only American made treats. And not because I have declared so. My kiddos have. “Mommy, I hope the Easter Bunny knows to get us ‘Made in the USA’ things for our Easter basket,” said my 4 year old daughter when […]
From March until June my calendar is full every weekend with a birthday, anniversary, or graduation party. Family get togethers are scheduled at least once a month with Easter, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day all rapidly approaching. What does a calendar full of events with family and friends mean? Well lots of food of course! […]
Looking Forward to Getting your Grill Out? Enter to Win a Gift Basket of Pluto’s Caribbean Seasonings
Did you catch our guest post from Marie Maguire earlier this week about her favorite seasonings, all made in North Carolina? She called out Pluto’s Jerk Seasoning as one that she would not even leave the country without having a bottle in her suitcase. That’s a pretty strong endorsement!
I’m talking today about my favorite American made seasonings and spice mixes. I’m one of those people who cooks for my family just about every evening. I do it not to win the housewife of the year award, but because it’s healthier and cheaper than eating out or picking up pre-made.
It’s been a long cold winter across the US. When I look out the kitchen window, I still see my yard completely covered in at least 4 inches of icy snow. It’s hard to believe that the first day of spring is just weeks away. I am not letting the fact that my gardening spaces […]