As the summer heat rises, cool off with a chilled salmon salad. It's a snap to make and loaded with zesty, crunchy and refreshing ingredients. Did we mention it's healthy for you, too?
The Fourth of July's right around the corner and you're planning a big blowout with great food, bright fireworks, and lot of celebrating. Here's how you can host and not get stuck in the kitchen or on grill duty.
Combine basil pesto, sour cream and lemon or lime juice. Is this dip so yummy it feels guilty to eat or could it be a healthy treat? Give this dip a whirl with your favorite veggie and find out!
With Fourth of July celebrations kicking off, gather up your ingredients to create this patriotic cake treat for your gathering!
There's something about ripe tomatoes mixed with slices of mozzarella and slivers of fresh basil that's irresistible. Add a drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper, and you have the quintessential refreshing summer salad.
Oven baked "fried" chicken offers you a healthy alternative to oil-soaked fried chicken. It can be a tasty version, too. Can your recipe stand up to the deliciousness of real fried chicken? We know this one does.
Iced tea is a great summer thirst-quencher. Lemonade is almost mandatory for a barbecue. Fresh berries remind of us summer. What do you get when you combine all three? A "berry" delicious concoction.
A friendly warning for this dish! Your friends and family will expect you to bring these mouth-watering burgers to every barbecue! The finely chopped garlic and onion mixed right into the burger keep it moist and loaded with flavor!
Grab a colorful trio of potatoes at the farmer's market and raid your herb garden or the produce aisle. Then, combine those fresh flavors and luscious colors into a potato salad that makes your parents proud.
Coleslaw is the quintessential American picnic salad. You'll find at least one bowl of the traditional dish on the serving table. But if you're near the end of the line, chances are, it might be empty.