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Juicing: Is It For You?

Juicing can be a fun way to get your fruits and vegetables. But use common sense and realize juicing is a supplement to eating, not a replacement for eating.

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Why Did I Start Juicing?

Juicing makes it easy to get a whole lot of vegetable nutrients concentrated in a big glass of green goodness!

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Summer’s Birthday Cake

Watermelon’s appeal lies in the pure, drippy, shirtless joy of holding a watermelon slice in your hands and digging into its luscious flesh.

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Love Your Kitchen: Bring the Family Together

With families so busy nowadays because of work schedules and extracurricular activities, the kitchen becomes an important place for gathering and spending time together beyond just at family dinners.

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Love Your Kitchen: Create a Comfortable Place

We gravitate to the activities and places where we feel comfortable—this applies to rooms, also. So, how can you make your kitchen a place where you want to spend more time?

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Cast Iron Cookware: Not Just for the Campfire

Why is cast iron so useful? Two of the reasons have to be the way heat is evenly distributed over the surface of the pan and the natural non-stick coating of well-seasoned cast iron cookware.

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Cooking in Camp: Campfire Methods

If camping is going to become a serious hobby or pastime for your family, it will be worth your while to broaden your cooking horizons.

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Cooking in Camp: Food on the Trail

Camping is a great pastime and a fun way for you to get in touch with nature while spending time with your family and friends.

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Cooking In Camp: Campfire Cooking Like A Pro

If you are preparing for your first family camping trip, you may wonder how you’re going to feed your family nutritious and tasty dinners without the convenience of a kitchen. Fear not.

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Kid Food for Adults

We all crave the foods we loved as children—but how can we update these childhood favs and bring them into our (somewhat more) sensible adult world?

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Kids in the Kitchen: Planning a Meal

Before your children can effectively plan a meal, they need to understand more than just your family’s favorite foods. They need a solid foundation in good nutrition.

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Kids in the Kitchen: Staying Safe

Julie Negrin, M.S., a certified nutritionist and the author of Easy Meals to Cook with Kids and the forthcoming How to Teach Cooking to Kids, shares suggestions on how to teach kids safety and hygiene in the kitchen.

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The Joys of Basil

This year the author’s basil obsession has him determined to create a basil ice cream.

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Take the sizzle with you!

Summertime just isn’t complete without the sizzle of the grill and the mouthwatering smells of burgers, hot dogs, and roasted veggies.

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Packing the Perfect Picnic Paraphernalia

No matter how old we get or where we live, picnicking will always be a charming way to spend an afternoon with friends, family, or loved ones.

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