When we first met the McLean family, they were struggling to put a healthy dinner on the table every night due to their busy schedule. Both parents work full time and the two kids are involved in multiple activities each season, making it feel nearly impossible to maintain a healthy lifestyle while getting everything accomplished in the day. With Five Star's help, Laurie and her family were able to cut back on their time spent grocery shopping and make family dinnertime possible, again!
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Did you know, most junk-food cravings are learned over time, based on years and years of exposure? You weren’t just born craving chocolate; that was learned!
Failure to Do So Can Cause Fires, Respiratory Problems, and Severe Illnesses
With grilling season right around the corner, this is the perfect time to update your old grill or purchase your very first outdoor grill! During the entire month of May, we’ll be giving away a Free BBQ Pack with a purchase of a Grill!
Celebrate Taco Tuesday the right way with this quick and easy chicken tacos recipe! Top it with your choice of sour cream, chipotle tabasco sauce, tomatoes, avocado, jalapeños and cheese for a flavor punch the whole family will love!
Total time: 25 Minutes
Think steak can't be part of a healthy meal? Think again! Flank steak is actually low in calories and very high in protein, so it can be part of a balanced meal!
Your body needs water to survive. It’s your body’s principal chemical component, making up about 60% of your body weight. Dehydration can affect you in so many different ways - from shrinking the tissue in your brain to slowing down your metabolism. So, grab a glass and learn why you need to drink more water!
Over 100,000 people in New Jersey and Pennsylvania reported a power outage from the damaging snow storms in March, 2018. Five Star Home Foods stepped up and replaced thousands of dollars worth of spoiled food for multiple customers who experienced a power outage from these storms.
Saint Patrick's Day is a cultural and religious celebration held on March 17th to celebrate the life of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. While Americans typically celebrate this day by making corned beef and cabbage and turning their beers green, neither of these things are actually something they do in Ireland! Contrary to popular belief, corned beef and cabbage is not from Ireland and the Irish would snarl at the thought of putting food dye in your beer. Instead, make one of these traditional Irish recipes and drink a pint of Guinness if that’s your thing.