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Go ahead… eat the WHOLE watermelon

Go ahead… eat the WHOLE watermelon

From Family Features Sliced or diced, grilled or blended, there are countless ways to prepare watermelon. With some fruits, half or more is wasted when you throw away the seeds and peel, but you may be surprised to learn that you can use an entire watermelon, including the rind, to make delicious and refreshing dishes. […]

A salad that’s perfect for Mother’s Day

A salad that’s perfect for Mother’s Day

Take a trip to flavor town and dress up this dinner staple By Sarah E Crowder The Kitchn Roasted broccoli is a dinner staple in our household. It’s one of the easiest ways to get some greens on our plates — especially on those nights when our dinner timeline is particularly tight. I can grab […]

Bring brunch home

Bring brunch home

From Family Features 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. Enjoy this weekend luxury every day and bring brunch home with premium ingredients like Smithfield’s Hometown Original Bacon, Anytime Favorites Diced Ham […]

Sweet Meets Spicy

Sweet Meets Spicy

From Family Features There’s no better way to spice up a party than by using unexpected ingredients in fun, flavorful dishes and drinks. For your next fiesta, celebrate a star of the party with sweet and juicy watermelon. Not only does versatile watermelon lend a unique taste to your menu, it’s a healthy ingredient that […]

Get foiled

Get foiled

Learn why foil-packet cooking is hot, hot, hot From Family Features As the saying goes, big things come in small packages and that may explain the burgeoning popularity of foil-packet recipes. Minimal preparation and cleanup are easy trade-offs for the immense flavors you can create in these tiny containers, whether you prepare them in the […]

A spring inspired Easter Brunch

A spring inspired Easter Brunch

Sweet ideas for a seasonal spread From Family Features Spring is blooming on your Easter table. From yellow chick cupcakes to blueberry French-toast casseroles, there are plenty of ways to wow your brunch guests with simple seasonal recipes. These simple tips can help you trans­form a boring brunch into a colorful Easter feast. •Waffle art […]

A lotta frittatas

A lotta frittatas

They’re fancier than scrambled eggs but not quite as elegant as an omelet. BY DANIEL NEMAN ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Frittatas live in that gray area between two of America’s favorite brunch foods, or rather the yellow area. A baked egg dish with various ingredients inside, they are hearty, not delicate; filling, not […]

Cut down on  food waste and save money in the process

Cut down on food waste and save money in the process

BY GRETCHEN MCKAY PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE The numbers are as shocking as they are appalling. At a time when one in eight families in America struggles to put dinner on the table, a whopping 40 percent of the food produced in the country never gets eaten. Some of it rots in the field […]

Fix up a flavorful Spring table

Fix up a flavorful Spring table

Hearty and flavorful Make your meal a hearty, tasty one by starting it off with this recipe for Herbed Veggie Focaccia Bread, a pizza-esque flatbread that’s a delicious alternative to all-too-common unhealthy appetizers. Topped with mushrooms, tomatoes, peppers, olives and onion, this delightful small plate packs a nutritious load of veggies. Find more nutritious recipes […]

Decadent treat-filled desserts

Decadent treat-filled desserts

From Family Features Creating one-of-a-kind desserts doesn’t have to take hours in the kitchen or even exceptional baking skills. With a little imagination and the right tools, you can whip up surprisingly delicious sweets that will surprise and delight your friends and family. Focus on flavor If your baking repertoire typically consists of white cake […]

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