Three Angels Gourmet Company

Welcome to the Three Angels Gourmet Company

Creators of Divine Dill Dip Mix. It’s so good, it’s the only thing we make. Divine Dill Dip Mix is a fresh tasty dip when combined with sour cream. It is also ideal for flavoring vegetables, especially potatoes, sandwich spreads, tuna or egg salads, white sauce, or casserole dishes. It is an excellent topping for

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Join the 30 Day Crockpot Challenge

Typically, summer is not the time when most people use their crockpots. But now there’s a fun online community at The Homemaker’s Hutch that is trying to change that, and this month they have started the 30 Day Slow Cooker Challenge. I use my crockpot all year long. I always have. I even take a

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granola bars

Subscribe & Save On Your Favorite Foods & Beverages

We all have our favorite foods and beverages that we like to enjoy every week, if not every day, so why not have these items delivered to your door every month AND save money at the same time? With Amazon’s Subscribe and save program, you can choose from thousands of international, organic, vegan, and gluten-free

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Chocolate Truffles

Do You Need Content for Your Food Blog?

As a freelance writer and owner of the Three Angels Gourmet Co., I love to write about food. I love trying or creating new recipes and then sharing those recipes with others. If you need content for your food blog, I have some tasty, easy-to-prepare recipes, plus food tips, and other food related articles at

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"Gotta Have" Kitchen Gadgets

butter spreader for corn

Butter Spreader for Corn on the Cob

Here’s a “gotta have” gadget you’ll want to have on hand every time you serve corn on the cob. This unique Butter Spreader and Storage container makes quick and easy work of buttering your ear of corn. Holds an 1/8 of a stick of butter. Just fill with butter, press on plunger and rub over

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Nespresso Espresso Maker

You’ll Love This Espresso Maker

A few years ago my brother bought an espresso maker from Nespresso. He bought this particular brand because a friend in Europe, who had tried out all sorts of more expensive espresso makers, said it was the best one for the money. And after enjoying numerous cups of espresso from my brother’s machine, I decided

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Mortar and pestle

Mortar and Pestle

With all the fancy food processors, blenders, and coffee grinders on the market today, it’s easy to assume something as basic as a mortar and pestle set is no longer needed in the kitchen. A mortar is a sturdy bowl and a pestle is a club-shaped tool with a rounded bottom. Together, this dynamic duo

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chocolate chip peanut butter cup cookies

Gluten Free Miniature Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups

If you’re looking for an easy and delicious gluten free dessert that kids and adults alike will love, these miniature Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups might be just what you’re looking for. You’ll only need two ingredients to make these yummy treats: Pillsbury Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Gluten Free Miniature Peanut Butter

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A Dilly of a Cheese Ball

With just a few simple ingredients, and a package of Divine Dill Dip Mix from the Three Angels Gourmet Co., you can make this Dilly of a Cheese Ball that’s sure to impress and delight your family and guests. A DILLY OF A CHEESE BALL 12 oz. cream cheese 1 c. drained, crushed pineapple 1

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rice pudding

Fun Food Holidays for August

Wow! Did you know there are all sorts of food holidays in August? In fact, there is a different food holiday every day this month. That means you can celebrate a different food every day! For example, today, Sunday, August 9, 2015, is National Rice Pudding Day. If you’re a fan of rice pudding, here’s

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Food Tips


Easy Marinating

With warmer weather it’s fun to experiment with marinades for beef and chicken and then put the meat on the grill. But marinades can be messy, so marinate the easy way by using a resealable plastic storage bag. The bag makes it easy to evenly distribute the marinade (just move the meat around in the

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Remove Food Odors from Your Hands

Did you know that stainless steel can remove odors like garlic and onions from your hands? Sounds strange, but it’s true. After you’ve chopped onions or garlic, rub a stainless steel spoon between your hands, or rub the DULL edge of a large stainless steel knive. You can even rub your hands in your stainless

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brown sugar

Brown Sugar

Make your own brown sugar, right when you need it. It will be fresher (without those hard, dry clumps that have to be removed) and you’ll save money too. Here’s all you do. Pour 1 cup of granulated sugar into a bowl. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of molasses (depending on how dark you want

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