3 Tasty Tips for Tempting Your Tastebuds

3 Tasty Tips for Tempting Your Tastebuds

Today’s feature is brought to you by Hidden Valley™ and Relish.com

Would you like to spice up your next meal – both literally and figuratively? While there’s a time and place for “comfort food,” today I’d like to tempt you to get out of your rut and try something new. Leave your taste bud comfort zone safely behind with these 3 tempting mealtime tips.


Tip 1: When gathering up ingredients, go for a good mix of familiar and unfamiliar items.

In our house, we always have some cheeses from one of the local companies, and of course lots of local wines, since we live in the Pacific Northwest. But we live in a city where there is a lot of opportunity to try foods from different cuisines. Mix it up, you don’t know what you’ll like until you try it.

Click here to read tips #2 and #3 over at Relish.com!

Thank you to Hidden Valley™ Sandwich Spreads & Dips for being a sponsor. I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective. All opinions expressed here are my own.

3 Tasty Tips for Tempting Your Tastebuds

Andy Hayes

Andy Hayes is the founder and creator of Plum Deluxe. He authors our award-winning weekly email newsletter, The Blend and curates our popular organic tea of the month club.

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