Have you ever walked by the produce display right as those misters go off? Just a fine spritz that covers everything with a dewy, fresh-picked glow — it’s fun, right? This mist has actually been the subject of much controversy.
Cool and crunchy, delightfully sour and capable of going from snack to sandwich without a hitch — that’s what I call a good pickle. Did you know they’re a cinch to make at home? You don’t even need to set
Cabbage is one of those unsung heroes in the kitchen. You might not think too much about it, but it can be one of the most versatile veggies in your arsenal. From traditional slaws and salads to Indian-inspired curries and
“Bring your checkbook,” my neighbor joked from across the street as he watched my husband and I, reusable bags purposefully slung over our shoulders, leaving for our local farmers market one Sunday morning. We waved and shrugged, feeling just a
Shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables at the grocery store is one of my favorite chores for the entire week, and no, I’m not even kidding! (I like to say it’s my equivalent of being a kid in a candy
Steak tips are a favorite in my household for their budget-friendly price and bold beefiness, and I love playing around with different ways to flavor them. My current favorite is a sweet-and-savory marinade of maple syrup and bourbon. Just a
A simple easy to make Zucchini Caprese Salad, the perfect no cook Summertime main dish or side dish recipe. Ribbons of Zucchini, fresh tomatoes and mozzarella with a simple olive oil / balsamic dressing. Zucchini Caprese Salad Well Zucchini Season
These sausage, potato, and green bean foil packets are about to become your go-to dinner trick this summer. They can be cooked on the grill, in the oven, or even on a campfire with minimal cleanup and even less prep.
The electric pressure cooker is my new favorite tool for quick summer dinners. It can cook tender ribs in less than an hour, make shredded beef for quick tacos, and, most surprisingly, cook up corn on the cob to tender,
Do you actually know how to set the crisper or humidity drawers in your fridge? Or do you just bump the notches towards the middle and hope for the best? As to the contents of those drawers, perhaps you fill