(Image credit: NaturalBox/Shutterstock) The plastic wrap that many food items are sold in at the grocery store is not as great as you think.
(Image credit: Christine Han) If there were superlative awards for side dishes, this broccoli would be the front-runner for most well-rounded.
(Image credit: Joe Kusumoto) The Olympics may be over, but there's more action to come in Rio. We're talking about the Paralympics, which run from September 7 to 18.
Clean and Organize Your Pantry Shelves (Image credit: Leela Cyd) When staying organized is the name of the game, look beyond your kitchen cabinets and pantry shelves for storing your collection of Mason jars.
(Image credit: Rachel Joy Baransi) Trying to find good, complex non-alcoholic beverages is hard. A lot of them are either super sugary or just plain boring.
(Image credit: Samantha Bolton) Cocktails and summertime go together like spicy food and summertime — but cocktails and spicy food?
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Baking Hack: Turn Mason Jar Bands into Muffin Tins (Image credit: Christine Gallary) We love Mason jars for organizing the pantry, storing salad, and shaking up whipped cream, but sometimes the most useful part isn't actually the jar at all — it's the lid.
(Image credit: Christine Han) Open Slideshow There's a lot of advice out there for storing tomatoes. Some people swear that they'll never ever refrigerate their beautiful summer heirlooms — but what about the freezer?
A Pizza Party on the Porch (Image credit: Kristin Teig) My front porch is nothing fancy. Tucked away on a six-acre farm an hour's drive from the nearest Whole Foods, it's a plain '40s-era slab of concrete and brick under a modest overhang supported by scrolled iron posts.
(Image credit: Courtesy of Coca-Cola) We all know the big soda brands like Coke and Pepsi, but in almost every corner of the United States, there is at least one well-loved regional brand of the bubbly stuff.
(Image credit: HandmadePictures/Shutterstock) Yesterday the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that it plans to purchase about 11 million pounds of cheese to assist in the dairy surplus and help food banks and families in need.
(Image credit: Jacqueline Harriet) "Staycation" may seem like a made-up word for people who don't have the time or energy to plan an actual holiday, but hear us out: A vacation in your hometown doesn't have to suck.
(Image credit: Susanna Hopler) There used to be so many reasons not to make ice cream — you didn't have an ice cream maker, you thought dairy fat was the devil, it takes too long, the ice cream shops always make it better — well, none of that is true anymore and it's still summertime, so no more excuses.
(Image credit: Kelli Foster) A new kitchen is wildly exciting. It's a blank canvas, a brand-new space to make all your own — a fresh start, and a new beginning.
(Image credit: Maria Midoes) Chili and cheese stuffed chicken breast may never win any beauty awards, but that's just fine because — as this quick dinner proves — it's what's on the inside that counts.
How To Make DIY Instant Noodle Cups (Image credit: Emma Christensen) We all know Mason jars are great for storing spices, salads, and overnight oats, but these handy kitchen classics have quite a few hidden talents that make them even more useful in the kitchen.
(Image credit: Christine Han) When you crave the creaminess of mashed potatoes blended with sour cream and butter, but still want something a little lighter and a lot faster, reach for a bag of frozen cauliflower.
(Image credit: Courtesy of the U.S. Olympic Committee) The Olympics may be over, but there's more action to come in Rio.
(Image credit: Faith Durand) Watermelon wedges at a cookout or a picnic are always a good idea. But when you go to the store to pick up a watermelon, how do you know exactly what size you need?