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Nothing brings family and friends together like great food. Take time to gather everyone around the grill, share some fun and make memories this summer. One person who knows a
Spring has sprung and summer is gearing up. It’s the perfect time for this Read Leaf Salad with Candied Walnuts and Grapes. Just right for lunch or a light dinner,
Potatoes are the top food eaten alongside grilled main dishes, according to the NPD Group, so why not put potatoes on the grill too? Get your grill on with this recipe for Flame-Licked Fingerling Potatoes with Spud Rub.
Recipe for Chicken Legs with Glazed Eggplant, Zucchini and Apricot Skewers.
If you’re ready to celebrate spring in the kitchen, pair chicken with favorite seasonal ingredients like watercress, artichokes and new potatoes for a fresh-tasting dish. Here are four new recipes that will save both time and money. With a little creative planning, one one-stop shopping can yield two or more meals.
As the host of the Food Network’s “10 Dollar Dinners,” d’Arabian knows how to master the flames. To keep things fresh during the summer months, she has fired up recipes that equate to the perfect grilling trinity – minimal ingredients, quick preparation and maximum flavor.
Known for his big personality, Fieri says pork is his secret for grilling success because it can be served up in so many ways — like this spicy Pork En Fuego.
Ease of preparation, pleasing flavors and distinctive textures characterize this unique, exceptionally nutritious summer salad. The combination of orzo and chickpeas lends the dish a lightly exotic flavor enhanced by the herbs, tomatoes, lemon and touch of honey.
Simplicity and intense flavor characterize this wonderful recipe. Featuring whole-grain pasta combined with sun-dried tomatoes and crunchy pine nuts, it’s an unexpected and welcome change from the usual spaghetti with red sauce.
In many cuisines, lamb is a traditional way to welcome spring. Middle Eastern cooking in particular is partial to lamb in many forms. It is a common ingredient in the rice pilafs that originated in that part of the world more than 700 years ago.
In the U.S. these days, tea consumption is second only to that of water and iced tea accounts for about 80 percent of our total consumption. Find out more and try this recipe for Frosty Fruit Freeze.
Fresh peaches are available almost year round these days… but right now, it is time for the peachiest peaches.
If you’re planning a family vacation, your four-legged friend may want to nose in on the action. Planning in advance and picking up some basic items can help make that vacation “paws-down,” smart and affordable.
Grilling in America almost always brings to mind burgers, the classic kind made with ground beef. But don’t overlook the more healthful veggie burgers, which have so immensely improved in taste and texture that they will amaze you if it’s been years since you tried one.
A salad based on whole grains can be a perfect meal-in-a-bowl: satisfying, full of flavor, and good for your health.
It’s the opening of the grilling season and in most people’s minds that means slabs of red meat. But health-conscious outdoor chefs can lighten their menus by grilling fruits and vegetables as well as, or instead of, burgers and chops.
Recipe for South Carolina BBQ Pork With Mustard Sauce