Q’in It Up BBQ & Catering presents the 1st Annual Kids Q’in It Up Cookoff! This unique competition is all about teaching the next generation of pitmasters the fundamentals. Categories: Fajitas & Pitmaster’s Choice. Age divisions: 6-9, 10-13 and 14-18. Prizes include cash prizes, scholarship, cook-off classes, trophies & ribbons. $50 entry fee. Limited slots available. Registration closes October 10th. Please call (956) 483-1982 to register or for more information.
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The RGV Moms have partnered with Instacart to bring awareness of this grocery delivery service to the Rio Grande Valley and offer an exclusive coupon code for our readers. Which of these mom-types are you? We narrowed down the top 5 moms who need Instacart in their life. New Mom? Too Much Going On Mom? […]
Local foodies are psyched about this new flavor and the restaurant receives raving reviews from the press. Our moms took a try and here’s what we think!
Hands In Art Studio and Virtuoso Productions Virtuoso Texas Presents:
RGV Nights: Spring Arts Festival
Enjoy a night of music, art, handmade crafts, and local food! Shop local entrepreneurs, artists, and artisans work from ceramics, crocheting, jewelry, and much more.
Line up to be announced soon!
*Activities for children
*Games & prizes
Hands In Art Studio and Virtuoso are excited to work together to support our ever growing local art community by presenting RGV Nights: Spring Arts Festival. All artists, artisans, DIYers, and food vendors are welcomed to join us in showcasing thier talent! With our local community involved, we can all play a roll in supporting our local entrepanuers in continuing their passion. We are delighted to work together with City of Mission, TX – Government to make our Spring Arts Festival a night to remember with friends and family!
Interested in participating as an art vendor, food vendor, live performer, or sponsor for the event? Click the link above! Or contact us at (956) 605-9393 or shoot us an e-mail at [email protected]
956-605-9393 | [email protected]
If you’re like me, you strongly oppose the idea that Valentine’s is an over-rated holiday created by the retail industry to make us buy things we don’t need — or that it’s an excuse to eat an insane amount of heart shaped candies and chocolates. Not to mention the flowers and cards we have to buy, […]
I am a true adult. Marriage. Motherhood. Work. Bills. Responsibilities. Yep, it’s all checked off the “things that make you a grown up” list. But, somehow, I especially feel like I have reached adulthood status during the holidays. The feeling starts creeping in around November 1. The most wonderful time of the year has a […]
Three years ago I gave birth to my third child and found myself as a stay at home mom for the first time. I knew that I wanted to start running as soon as possible to help lose the baby weight but I also wanted to achieve something. I wanted to feel successful in something […]
I am a few years past the nursing stage with my three little ones, but a mother does not forget what it is like to be worried about her milk supply. It’s a feeling of fear like no other because you want to be able to provide for your sweet baby and it is all contingent […]
Since it is the new year I figured a bunch of us will be trying to get rid of the 5 extra pounds from the Holidays or trying out new diets so I thought I’d share my new favorite way to enjoy many of my favorite Italian dishes, but without all the extra calories and/or […]
For the past four years my husband has eaten the same thing for breakfast almost every day of the work week. When I was pregnant with our first child I started eating the Jimmy Dean Delight Breakfast Sandwiches because I needed the extra protein in the morning to curb my morning sickness. GUESS WHO was […]