My meal-planning routine has changed a bit since summer started. Instead of doing all my planning on Friday night, I wait until after the farmers market on Saturday to formulate a plan.
(Image credit: Ariel Knutson) Summer is synonymous with cold salads, Popsicles, and grilled food. It's the time of year when you're supposed to say goodbye to your oven (unless you're making pie), and opt for simple, fresh meals.
Mother's Day is this weekend and this Low-Sugar, low-glycemic, and Gluten-Free Slow Cooker Blueberry Crisp will be a healthy treat for mom.
(Image credit: The Crafty Clip/Shutterstock) Ever since my dear friend gifted me a bit of her sourdough starter a few months ago, I've been telling everyone who will listen about my bread-baking adventures.
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Poor wine. Beloved as you are, you never can seem to completely shake the nagging stereotype that you’re a bit complicated, bound by rules and guidelines that lead people to find you intimidating and inaccessible.
In a battle of the adjectives, sweet doesn’t typically lose to bitter. Unless, of course, you’re talking cocktails.
Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. Over six billion pounds of tea leaves are harvested each year to meet the demands of tea drinkers, who choose from over 1,500 varieties each day.
If the idea of eating your alcohol sounds more amazing than terrifying, you’ve probably wondered how to achieve what seems like the impossible: a drunken watermelon.
The term “too pretty to eat” may be one of the most overused expressions among foodies. (“Foodies” is another great example of an industry word that deserves a premature death, but I digress).
Some things just get better with age — a good bottle of red wine, a leather handbag, and that Chevy that your dad used to drive with such pride.
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This has been a favorite recipe ever since I initially posted it in 2008. I threw together a zucchini-flecked ricotta cheesecake when after a summer visit to the farmers' market.
(Image credit: Amazon) For at least a year, I've been on a quest for the perfect tea pot. My efforts, until recently, left me feeling like a medieval knight searching for a mystical grail.
(Image credit: Joe Lingeman) Fresh, in-season strawberries don't need much to dress them up — really just eating them out of hand will do.
As almost any parent can attest to, kids tend to take over your home as soon they come along. With all the toys and child-proofing gear, and the mountains stuff they use on a daily basis, it can sometimes feel like you're living in their home — not the other way around.
I can't think of a holiday that's as feel-good as the Fourth of July. You've got family and friends, cold beer, hot dogs and hamburgers, and of course all that pursuit of happiness to celebrate.
When was the last time you had an ice cream cake? Usually limited to birthdays or other special celebrations, most of us typically only get to enjoy ice cream cake on rare occasions.
It was a cold, dark day four years ago when the masterminds behind Skittles decided to bid adieu to their coveted lime flavor.
If you're like us, your summertime plans involve spending as much time outdoors as humanly possible. But when you're hanging out in nature, your creature comforts become a little diminished.