Balance that 6th batch of homemade baked goods with a green smoothie. We used pineapple, kale, spinach, avocado, banana and orange juice. Cheers to finding creative ways to add leafy greens into our lives. 🌱Read more →
Q: What is your petâs favorite activity?
A: It’s pretty stereotypical, but napping.
When your officemate is also your work-from-home neighbor, creative hijinks ensue.Read more →
You’re not regular moms, you’re cool moms! Mean Girls quotes aside, our QLC moms are superheroes, often balancing many roles all within one day: mother, teacher, employee, private chef, coworker, the list goes on.Read more →
Cinco de Mayo AND Taco Tuesday on the same day?! Taco ‘bout a good day! Whether you’re making tacos at home or doing curbside pickup from your favorite restaurant, tacos are ALWAYS a good idea.Read more →
The force is strong with this one. Having fun with âcoworkersâ and celebrating Star Wars today (and every day). May the Fourth be with you!Read more →
Because of the COVID-19 global crisis, every person and industry has been affected in one way or another. Our daily routines have been impacted, and we’ve adapted and adjusted accordingly. As players in the food ingredients industry, we have seen changes in foodservice and logistics demands, work locations, new social distancing protocols and travel restrictions. While many in the industry are struggling with this demand shift/upheaval, many companies are able to move forward – after all, people will always need to eat.Read more →
Want to join in on the bunny ear fun? It’s a fresh, fun Easter idea to get the family creativity flowing. Follow the instructions below to create your own bunny ears. Let’s hop to it!Read more →
ROCKFORD, Ill. (April 9, 2020) – For the past 40 years, it’s been an Easter tradition for America’s egg farmers, under the auspices of the American Egg Board (AEB), to present the First Lady of the United States with a commemorative egg. This year’s egg design is the work of local Rockford, creative, Quentin Oliver of Quiet Light Communications (QLC).Read more →
Q: Where are you from originally?
A: I’m originally from the small town of Burlington, Wis., known as the ‘Chocolate City’ for the Chocolate Fest they throw every May, but after my first 11 months, my parents decided that the ‘Christmas Card Town’ of Elkhorn, Wis., a couple of cities to the west, was more befitting their style.