Burgers and hot dogs seem to get all the attention on the Fourth of July, but dessert is the best time to show off a healthy dose of red, white and blue! Check out these 10 recipes that pay tribute to our grand ol’ flag and all the berry goodness that’s in season right now.
This Mixed Berry Lattice Cobbler will be a major hit at your party — and on Instagram!
Memorial Day Weekend is right around the corner! Cue the sun emoji, beach emoji, dancing-lady emoji, sunglasses-guy emoji, etc. Once you’ve survived the insane traffic, you deserve a pat on the back and a nice stiff drink. So sit back, relax, and pour yourself one of these warm-weather cold ones — summer is finally here!
Upgrade your garnish by slicing your cuke crosswise and snaking it around the glass. This cucumber just got even cooler!
Pamper Mom (especially if that’s you!) with spa treatments from your kitchen. They’re even better than breakfast in bed for giving her an ahhh-some Mother’s Day!
Chocolate & Strawberry Scrub
Berries and cocoa are high in skin-protecting antioxidants, and coarse sugar gently exfoliates, says Philip Berkovitz, food beauty guru and founder of Philip B Botanical Products.
It’s National Superhero Day and we’ve got a great way to celebrate — no spandex required! Here are some of our favorite recipes featuring superfoods: good-for-you ingredients that really pack a punch. Okay, so these dishes can’t give you real superpowers, but they can make you feel healthy, energized and ready to save the world. Check out our picks below!
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so make the most of it! Add dried cherries (vitamin A), almonds (magnesium) and pistachios (vitamin B6) to whole-grain cereal to get a healthy hit in every bite.
Want to know how to really wow mom this year? Skip making Mother’s Day reservations and cook a delicious brunch at home instead! These dishes are easy to put together and will feed a crowd. Just whatever you do, don’t let mom help out—it’s her day off, after all!
Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner, and if you’re still looking for the a guacamole recipe to wow your fiesta guests, look no further. This year, mix it up with some classic Mexican ingredients that will take your guacamole from plain to perfecto in no time.
Meal planning for the eight days of Passover can seem intimidating, which is why we’ve picked out some easy, delicious recipes that just happen to be kosher rather than being forcibly so. You won’t find any fake flours, matzoh-this or wheat-free that, but what you will find are great ways to feed your family while still keeping the faith. Happy holidays!
Figgy Baked Brie is the perfect appetizer—no crostini required!
Break out of your shell! Use odds and ends from your kitchen to decorate this year’s Easter eggs.
Re-create the mesmerizing look of sprinkle-topped ice cream cones—on an egg! Use a paintbrush to coat half the egg with multipurpose glue and roll the glue- covered area in a shallow bowl filled with rainbow nonpareils or sanding sugar. Let dry; repeat with remaining half.
The celebs may have a busy day night ahead of them come Academy Awards time, but celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck will be even busier. Every year, his team caters the official Oscars after-party, the Governors Ball. And while the party may be exclusive to the stars and VIPs of Hollywood, you can recreate a lot of the dishes at home! So grab your favorite spot on the couch, turn on the red carpet pre-show and nosh your heart out. Here’s a peek at the dishes on Wolfgang’s menu this year, plus our easy ways to make them yourself:
Governors Ball menu item: Root Vegetable Chips
Our version: Baked Veggie Chips
While going out for a romantic dinner can be delightful, there’s something about cooking dinner with your honey at home that feels a lot more intimate. Try something different this Valentine’s Day and spend the day cozying up in the kitchen. It is a long weekend, after all!
Start the day off with heart-shaped Spiced Pastry Bites