Zwack is Wack! It's Time to Try Something New

Sure, I love my Booker's Bourbon and my Don Julio tequila but sometimes it's fun to step out a bit and try something new. I can't count the number of times I've browsed the aisles of the liquor store wondering about a bottle and I am sure you've done the same. Honestly spending $20-$30 to try something new is a small investment compared to the enjoyment you may receive by discovering a new favorite or event sharing the experience of trying something new with friends.

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Cayman Jack and TJ Dogs - a Perfect Combo for a Hot Summer Day

As you've probably figured out, I love my margaritas - simply put, the touch of sweetness from agave nectar and the citrus bite of is one of the most refreshing flavors you can find. Unfortunately, you can't always take margaritas with you since traditionally it involves tequila and that means it isn't available in all the same places as your favorite beer. With Cayman Jack though, since it is a "malt beverage" it's available nationwide in select grocery, convenience, and liquor stores in areas where hard alcohol is prohibited.

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Chevron Wants to Know: Are You the Ultimate Game Day Chef?

Come on guys, raise your hand if you're the guy who stops at the gas station to pick up some last minute supplies before heading to the party! It's ok, while our wives and girlfriends may bemoan our procrastination, now is the time to celebrate your ingenuity for crafting delicious solutions that everyone will love. Luckily, the Game Day Chef Challenge is back and this is your chance to shine and maybe even win $25,000 in Chevron gift cards! Plus, we're doing a giveaway to help kick things off, so make sure to enter that for your chance at winning $50, $30, or $20 in Chevron gift cards.

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Crockpot Chipotle Carnitas Tacos Recipe

Despite the political back and forth, Americans and Mexicans have a lot in common when it comes to what we love to eat. Sure, we might prepare things a little differently by trading one ingredient for another but at our core we share a lot of similar traditions. One of these that I'm exploring today is carnitas - or pulled pork as it would be called in the Southeastern United States.

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