Fireworks, family and food are what the Fourth of July is all about.
A dazzling fireworks display may be the grand finale for your celebration, but you can make your mouthwatering menu a close second with these ideas to light up your Fourth of July.
As temperatures climb and summer sets in, a slight change in diet can help maintain energy without overfilling on hot days.
We all know that the best way to start the morning is with a balanced breakfast – it’s not called “the most important meal of the day” for nothing, after all.
Just ask any dad, he’s sure to agree: a perfectly seasoned steak flame-kissed to perfection is one of the great pleasures of summer grilling.
Nothing beats a meal filled with flavorful ingredients fresh off the farm – unless you add a table filled with your closest friends to enjoy the bounty.
Dedicating more of your plate to fresh-from-the-garden produce as well as rice and grains can lead to a healthier lifestyle, according to Cheryl Forberg, registered dietitian...
Barbecue, grilling, cookout – no matter what you call it, cooking food over an open flame is practically an American pastime.
There’s no denying that brunch is a popular favorite, but you don’t have to leave the comfort of your own home to enjoy a delicious spread with family and friends.
As days get longer and the weather gets warmer, take your meal outdoors for some tasty al fresco dining featuring a fresh and easy-to-prepare salad.