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  • Toast to this trifecta of wonderful wines to share at holiday celebrations

    Toast to this trifecta of wonderful wines to share at holiday celebrations

    As the weather cools and the fireplace whets your appetite for comfort and relaxation, thoughts naturally turn to friends, family, good food and drinks … enjoyable moments this season so notably brings. Whether you plan to be the host or a guest at the festivities, you can make a lasting impression...

  • Your chicken soup now has antibiotic and hormone free chicken breasts (Infographic)

    - Progresso is now using only 100 percent antibiotic and hormone free chicken breasts in all of its 36 chicken soup varieties. Currently available on store shelves nationwide, Progresso is the first large retail soup brand in the United States to have antibiotic and hormone free chicken breasts...

  • Debunking bulk buying myths: The truth that makes 'cents' this season

    Debunking bulk buying myths: The truth that makes 'cents' this season

    Bulk buying often gets a bum rap. If you buy into common bulk myths, you probably believe "buying in bulk" means going to a warehouse store to purchase bucket-sized jars of jelly or paper towel packages so large they barely fit in an SUV — all to supply a big family. Bulk buying, you think, isn't...

  • 5 simple tips for the perfect birthday goodie bag

    5 simple tips for the perfect birthday goodie bag

    Birthday parties are an exciting time for all, from the party games to the presents and delicious cake, birthdays are an occasion for family and friends to come together and celebrate. There are so many ways to make a birthday party special, but why not kick it up a notch and make your next birthday...

  • Stock your pantry to prepare for the busy school season with these 5 tips

    During the summer, you may have had time to make frequent trips to the grocery store and try fun, healthy new recipes at home. Now that the busy school season is upon us, and you're juggling work, school drop-offs/pick-ups and extracurricular activities, you'll be lucky if you can even squeeze...

  • Planning a Florida vacation? Discover this gem off the beaten path

    Planning a Florida vacation? Discover this gem off the beaten path

    This year, you'll be traveling to Florida for a theme park experience of a lifetime — and your family can hardly contain their excitement. While thrill rides and fun games make up the majority of your itinerary right now, it's a good idea to research other attractions in the area you can add to...

  • Creating memories that last a lifetime

    Creating memories that last a lifetime

    In everyone’s life, there are traditions and memories that bind us to family, friends and a community of loved ones. Sometimes it’s the little things that trigger intense emotions that bring us back to those special moments we once shared with others. It could be the smell of autumn leaves, the...

  • Easy tips for smart snacking

    Easy tips for smart snacking

    It's hard to remember when the norm was three square meals a day, and snacks were relegated to nibbles at parties or as an afterschool bite to eat for kids. Today, whether young or old, snacks are a big part of our regular eating habits. In fact, a whopping 92 percent of us snack sometime during...

  • 8 easy ways grapes can elevate your holiday entertaining

    When it comes to holiday entertaining, preparing for your guests can be both a joy and a challenge.  If your desire to create holiday magic for your loved ones leaves you feeling like an overworked, overwhelmed producer of a Hollywood-style extravaganza, it's time to change your approach. Go for...

  • Cozy, clean and comfortable: 5 steps for getting your home autumn-ready

    Cozy, clean and comfortable: 5 steps for getting your home autumn-ready

    If cooler autumn weather makes you want to get inside your home to redecorate, add new furnishings or take other steps to settle in, you’re not alone. Rainy, snowy, cold or otherwise inclement weather makes us more productive overall because we’re less motivated to spend leisure time outside, according...

  • 7 reasons you should eat more seafood

    Seafood is a great catch, in more ways than you might imagine. While a mouthwatering meal of glazed salmon or grilled shrimp might win our stomachs on taste alone, the health benefits of seafood are beneficial to all. Low in fat and high in protein, seafood delivers some of the vital nutrients generally...

  • 6 ways to transition to fall without saying goodbye to summer

    As the long summer days come to an end, your time outdoors sadly begins to disappear. There might not be any more beach days or vacations for a while, but that doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to summer completely. You can still incorporate elements of summer into your routine, even if the...

  • Fall entertaining forecast: cozy, comfortable and outdoors

    Fall entertaining forecast: cozy, comfortable and outdoors

    Whether an afternoon tailgating before the big game or a fun-filled evening under the dazzling autumn stars, the forecast for this season’s entertaining is trending toward cozy, comfortable and outdoors. “I think the big lifestyle shift right now is toward eating out less and entertaining more at...

  • 5 simple tips to refresh 'brown bag' lunches

    5 simple tips to refresh 'brown bag' lunches

    You're running out the door, already late and thinking about that important 8 a.m. meeting. Lunch is the last thing on your mind. In fact, you usually just pick something up from the deli line or local fast food place and hurry back to your desk. Sound familiar? You're not alone. Only one in five...

  • Parent snack hacks to fight after-school hunger

    Parent snack hacks to fight after-school hunger

    "How was your day," you ask your child after school. Rather than hearing a funny recess anecdote or story about a tough test, she murmurs back, "I'm hungry." School days are long, and if your child participates in after-school activities, they're even longer. Busy kids need plenty of fuel to keep...

  • From Brazil to China - flavor exploration has never been easier

    No matter where you live, you seek authentic flavors from countries around the world, and tasting those flavors can offer a glimpse into the many different cultures and cuisines. In fact, three out of five people feel they have become more adventurous when it comes to trying ethnic cuisines, according...

  • 7 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Kiwifruit

    7 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Kiwifruit

    When it comes to fruit, kiwis are often overlooked. But that's a shame, because these tiny orbs pack big nutritional, culinary and palate-pleasing surprises. Here are seven little-known facts about kiwifruit: 1. There's no need to peel kiwifruit. Kiwifruit is the perfect portable snack because it...

  • Healthy eating tips for kids when dining out

    Healthy eating tips for kids when dining out

    Whether they’re traveling, celebrating a special occasion or simply spending quality time together, families across the country enjoy going to restaurants and dining out together. As consumers become more sophisticated in their tastes and diets, restaurateurs are re-engineering their menus to accommodate...

  • Plant-based eating: Easy ways to make the change (Infographic)

    From Beyoncé and Jay-Z to Bill Clinton, plant-based eating is surging in popularity, and for good reason. In addition to being good for the environment, studies show people following plant-based diets are at reduced risk for heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other life-threatening health conditions....

  • 5 ways tech can help you score home entertaining gold

    5 ways tech can help you score home entertaining gold

    Many Americans are avid sports fans, and technology has made it easier than ever for them to enjoy their favorite sporting events in the comfort of their own home. From annual events like January's Big Game and month-long college basketball tournaments, to international competitions that draw athletes...

  • 7 fresh ways to enjoy boxed wine

    It's an all-too-familiar feeling: returning home from a long day at work and wanting nothing more than a moment to decompress and enjoy a glass of wine. Unfortunately, opening a whole bottle of wine for one or even two glasses ultimately ends with a decent amount of that delicious grape nectar...

  • 5 superfoods that support kids' eye health

    5 superfoods that support kids' eye health

    The start of the school year means a laundry list of to-do's for parents. From shopping for school supplies to scheduling an annual physical, it's a hectic yet exciting time for the entire family. As kids settle back into the groove of the school year, you can ensure they are prepared with the right...

  • Brain foods: Eating for academic success

    Brain foods: Eating for academic success

    What do the foods your children eat have to do with the grades they bring home? Surprisingly, more than many people think. Research shows that certain vitamins and nutrients support brain health and development. That means the snacks, meals and supplements your child consumes can give them an academic...

  • 5 ways to say goodbye to your 'sad desk lunch'

    5 ways to say goodbye to your 'sad desk lunch'

    You're running out the door, already late and thinking about that important 8 a.m. meeting. Lunch is the last thing on your mind. In fact, you usually just pick something up from the deli line or local fast food place and hurry back to your desk. Sound familiar? You're not alone. Only one in five...

  • 6 quick tips for everyday kitchen messes

    The kitchen is truly the heart of the home — whether you're making Grandma's famous cookies or hosting an intimate dinner for family and friends, the fun in this room never ends! But the cleanup that follows can be a chore. That's why Bounty paper towels teamed up with Olympic Sprinter and Gold...

  • Summer pasta-bilities: 5 unique ways to lighten up pasta dishes this season

    With warm summer weather in full swing, now is the perfect time to swap out heavier pasta dishes that leave you too full and tired for something lighter and more refreshing. In preparation for your next picnic or dinner party, Three Bridges Vice President of Research and Culinary Innovation, Chef...

  • Crisp + Beer Pairings (Infographic)

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  • 5 tips for protecting kids with food allergies at school

    If it seems like life-threatening food allergies are more common than they were when you were a kid, you're not imagining it. The number of children with food allergies increased by nearly 50 percent between 1997 and 2011, according to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

  • Reminisce with a classic cocktail on National Daiquiri Day (Infographic)

    On National Daiquiri Day (July 19), take a #DaiquiriTimeOut to reminisce on one of the world's most iconic, classic cocktails - The Original BACARDÍ Daiquiri. Based on the original recipe developed in 1898, the famed cocktail is made with three simple ingredients - check out the infographic below...

  • Why you need vitamin E - and how to get your daily dose

    You get your fill of vitamins C and D by eating oranges and soaking in a little sun each day, which is good for your body and mind. Small habits like these can have a big impact on your overall health and help you feel your best each day. However, vitamins C and D aren't the only vitamins your...

  • 3 simple no-bake brunch hacks

    In the heat of summer, a homemade brunch can seem like a daunting task, but don't let that stop you from entertaining. Everything from scrambled eggs to pancakes to coffee cake require a hot oven or stove and can weigh heavy in your stomach on a hot day. When the last thing you want to do is turn...

  • Switch from beef to turkey with these 5 inspired summer recipes

    Even if you're a die-hard lover of summer grilling, by mid-season, you may be tired of the high quantity of calories and fat found in America's beloved burgers and franks. For anyone ready to try better-for-you dining, switching from beef to turkey is the ideal way to keep summer meals fresh. Recipes...

  • Cooking for a crowd: A quantity guide to food (Infographic)

    Whether you're cooking for 10 at a small neighborhood gathering or upwards of 50 at the annual family reunion, feeding and hosting large groups can be tricky. That's why the party-savvy experts at the Chinet(R) brand created this handy guide that includes a grocery store checklist, serving amounts,...

  • 5 sweet and simple summer traditions to start with your kids

    In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the summer months are the perfect time to take a step back and create lasting memories with your family. Fortunately, some of the best memories come from simple activities — no lavish vacation or pricey summer camp necessary. These five sweet and surprisingly...

  • A+ lunchbox solutions for balanced back-to-school meals

    Heading back to school means a ramp up in routine for lots of families. One of the best ways to not only support their learning, but also show kids you care — even when you're not there — is to pack a wholesome, balanced lunch. These tips and tricks will help any parent whip up something tasty in...

  • Enjoy classic milk pairings while helping families in need

    Though many trends have come and gone, there's one food that's been long loved by young and old alike: that's milk. With B vitamins for energy, high-quality protein to help build lean muscle, Vitamin A to help support a healthy immune system and calcium and Vitamin D for strong bones, milk is both...

  • How to master your backyard BBQ (Infographic)

    According to a recent survey by Smithfield, more people plan to grill this July 4th than watch fireworks or hit the beach. Just in time for one of the biggest cookout occasions of the year, Smithfield polled nearly 500 Americans and enlisted celebrity pitmasters Moe Cason and Tuffy Stone to help...

  • 7 simple, inspired ways to infuse summer fare with Mediterranean flavor

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. Mediterranean cuisine wins high marks from health professionals, culinary experts and common folk alike. Dieticians love it for its emphasis on fresh, wholesome ingredients like whole grains and fresh vegetables. Chefs adore its variety, versatility...

  • 5 ways Americans unite to help one another

    It seems as though there’s a lot of disagreement in our country these days. Political parties not only argue with each other, but they also fight within their ranks. Turn on the news and bickering is everywhere. Click on any internet story and you’ll read through pages of angry comments. Despite...

  • How to throw a seamless summer gathering

    You’ll likely host a party or two this summer, and you want it to be an event guests remember. From dinner parties and backyard barbecues to an easy Sunday morning get-together, the most important thing at the end of the day is that you, along with your guests, have a really great time. Why entertain...

  • 10 healthy ways to enjoy the best of summer

    Warm weather, long leisurely days and numerous fun holidays make summer a favorite season of young and old alike. However, with summer comes unhealthy temptations like ice cream, chips and the lazy comfort of AC. With these 10 tips, you can enjoy all the flavors and fun of summer while supporting...

  • Spices and spirits make summer sips shine

    Sweet iced tea and sangria are as much hallmarks of summer as baseball and barbecues. Cocktails are a great way to cool off when temperatures climb, or they can help heat up any celebration. If you’re looking to add some fresh excitement to seasonal beverages, spices, spirits and fun presentations...

  • U.S. report: Eggs essential to top 3 healthy diets, but some eggs are better than others

    They're considered by many to be among nature's most perfect foods, and nutritionists are increasingly touting their health benefits.   That's convenient for the rest of us, since eggs are also among the world's most versatile treats. Think tasty Eggs Benedict, warm hash brown frittata, refreshing...

  • 5 whimsical ways to make wine the star of your summer soirees

    Beer and brats, wine coolers and watermelon—are you tired of serving the same old spread for summer entertaining? While traditional favorites have their place in summer get-togethers, you can easily mix things up this season with creative cocktails and treats inspired by some wines that are great...

  • 5 easy ways to make your summer BBQ a smoking success

    Mouthwatering meats, refreshing beverages, a relaxed atmosphere and great company — what better way to enjoy the beautiful weather than with your favorite folks at a summer barbecue? Did you know there are exactly 99 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day? This means you have 99 opportunities...

  • Ice Cream Shop Evolution Not Frozen in Time (Infographic)

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  • 4 ways to have the spiciest Cinco de Mayo yet

    Hola! Cinco de Mayo is a time to celebrate and this year should be no exception. Below are our four fool-proof ways to ensure you have the SPICIEST Cinco de Mayo yet: 1. First things first: Food. Spice up your Cinco de Mayo party with NEW TOSTITOS CANTINA Chipotle Thins, TOSTITOS Dip-etizer Spicy...

  • Outsmart your next snack attack: 5 ways to curb cravings

    As a nation, let’s face it: we’re snack happy. Whether your favorite go-to food is crunchy, sweet or salty, most of us rely on snacks to get us through the day. A recent report from Mintel, found that 94 percent of Americans snack at least once per day, with the average person consuming nearly...

  • Summer Nights Live: 3 ways to get the most out of your summer

    Brighter skies. Longer days. Warmer nights. As summer sets in, the time is right to make the most of every sun-kissed day and embrace each sizzling night through no-holds-barred fun and good times all season long. From barbecues and trips to the beach, to hanging out poolside and going on bike rides,...

  • 4 Fruit-Filled Recipes to Freshen Up Your Morning Routine

    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day — as overused as that phrase may be, it's just as true today as it was when you were a child. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, eating a well-balanced breakfast helps increase cognitive function and boost your mood throughout...

  • 5 ways to grill anything and everything this summer

    It's no secret that grilling food adds a special flavor that just can't be replicated with any other cooking method. Celebrate this summer by grilling everything you can get your hands on — it's much easier than you might think. From appetizers to desserts, start thinking outside of the traditional...

  • Tasty twists and terrific tips that add unexpected appeal to summer gatherings

       When the sun shines high and the days grow long, it can only mean one thing: more time to spend with family and friends. Summer is the season of entertaining, and nature's fresh bounty paired with classic warm weather flavors are guaranteed to make any gathering great. Being a star entertainer...

  • Summer party themes that sizzle

    Patriotic celebrations, neighborhood block parties, graduations, bridal showers and family reunions — whatever your summer soiree, a creative theme can elevate any gathering from fun to fantastic. If you've done the usual — luau, ethnic and red-white-and-blue — and are looking for motifs that will...

  • 5 ways to take your grilling to a whole new level

    It’s time to grab the tongs and apron because it is officially grilling season. You’ve waited months to reclaim your rightful position behind the grill, and it’s finally time to achieve your goal of making this your best grilling season yet. Now, you need a game plan. To take your place as the rightful...

  • Swamped this summer? 7 tips to keep your family healthy

    The sunny days of summer are here and school may be out, but your family is still as active and busy as ever. It's easy to get caught up in a hectic schedule of activities, but don't let the summer hustle keep you from a healthy lifestyle. Enjoying the summer is about balance and planning. These...

  • 6 ways to add Hawaiian flair to your everyday meals

    We all have our go-to weeknight meals. There’s nothing wrong with them, but you can definitely elevate them to the next level. Now that it is officially grill season, King’s Hawaiian is here to help with several barbecue-themed recipes that are sure to add an unmistakable Hawaiian flavor to your...

  • Respecting the stars and stripes: American flag etiquette

    Summers are packed with outdoor activities, barbecues and patriotic celebrations. While the American flag is often an important part of these celebrations, many of us have questions about how to properly care for and display it. "Flag etiquette can be confusing," says Mary "Dubbie" Buckler, executive...

  • So good he steals it: Top indulgences that men 'borrow' from women (Infographic)

    A new study from Skinny Cow shows that though they may not like to admit it, men steal a great deal from the women in their lives. From snacks to experiences, here's a look at the top indulgences men "borrow" from women.

  • A grape way to boost health (Infographic)

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  • Find fun, fresh ways to use your cherished china

    Sometimes collecting all the pieces to your cherished wedding china may take more time than you think. It took Jill Rogers four decades. "After 44 years of marriage, I got the soup bowls I wanted; Mama would be so proud to know I finally have exactly what she wanted for me," says Rogers. "My mother...

  • Fuel your day with 5 energizing superfoods

    With groggy eyes and slow movements, you peel yourself out of bed each day. Between the morning and afternoon slumps, you long for the energy of your youth. Does this sound familiar? Then you'll be glad to know about five superfoods that can help energize you from the inside out, so you can feel...

  • Turn up the heat: 5 tips for grilling greatness

    Can you smell it in the air? Yes, barbecue season is here and that means millions of people are busy cleaning their grills, stocking their freezers, power washing their decks and landscaping their yards — all to make the most of their backyard grilling experience. Does this sound like you? You're...

  • 10 simple, week-by-week steps for a healthier summer

    Summer’s arrival means more time outdoors and partaking in warm weather fun with family and friends. If your New Year’s resolution to be healthier has fallen by the wayside, summer can be a great time to reinvigorate your efforts. Here are 10 simple things you and your family can do — one for every...

  • Tips for a creatively crafted cheeseburger bar (Infographic)

    Savor the summer with a creatively crafted cheeseburger bar. From grains, meats, cheeses, produce and flavorful toppings, your summer get-togethers have never been more delicious.

  • Last minute DIY tips for backyard hosting

    Summer means outdoor entertaining. Whether you’re hosting a wedding reception, a family reunion or a birthday party, you’ll want to make the backyard get together memorable. Here are some quick DIY ideas to help you get ready for a fun, stress-free gathering. Lawn prepA healthy green lawn is an...

  • 4 ways to make a healthier you right now

    Stay healthy this season with these tips. You hear that? It's a collective sigh of relief that warmer weather is finally here. No more heavy coats, biting winds and mounds of snow. Yes, you're thankful to leave all that behind, along with the holidays. Because while it was great to see all your...

  • 5 ways to live easy this summer

    Summertime, and the livin’ is easy, as the song goes. From long, lazy days at the beach or pool, to relaxed backyard barbecues with family and friends, lighthearted living is the essence of summer. Keep that summer spirit alive, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, with these ideas: * Plan a weekday wind-down...

  • 3 ways to celebrate the healing power of comedy in Jamestown, NY

    You begin Monday in your usual morning mood — grumpy. The day quickly turns around, however, after hearing a few funny stories from coworkers. Suddenly you find yourself laughing and enjoying the morning. Your outlook is positive and your spirits have been lifted, and all it took was one hilarious...

  • 6 game changing grilling tips to transform you into the ultimate grill master (Infographic)

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  • 5 sensational recipes for impressive outdoor entertaining

       When the weather warms, it's hard to resist the desire to be outside all the time. Fortunately, your patio space serves as the ideal backdrop for outdoor entertaining. Summer memories flourish when world-class meals are served in the airy outdoor comfort of home. It's easy to impress guests and...

  • 3 facts you don't know about fruit and fruit juice

    Feeding your family nutritious food and drinks can be tricky, especially when there are so many mixed messages about food out there. Diane Welland, nutritionist and registered dietitian, shares three reasons why 100 percent juice is a great way to help your family get those important fruits and...

  • Why your favorite foods may soon be changing

    The Federal Government's push for reduced sodium in American foods will likely affect your favorite foods within the next few months.  Food manufacturers will be pushed to change their recipes, which will change the taste and texture of many foods made in the U.S. Government officials have indicated...

  • We need the bees (Infographic)

    The decline of bees is a serious issue impacting the future of our food system. Dedicated to this issue and a sustainable future, Honey Nut Cheerios, a General Mills brand, is making a commitment to bees as a natural extension of its efforts to continuously improve. The brand’s commitment means...

  • Unscrambling the dietary guidelines

    While 2016 is the Year of the Monkey on the Chinese calendar, in the world of food and nutrition, it’s the Year of the Egg. The recently released 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans provides key recommendations for healthy eating patterns for the consumption of a variety of protein foods...

  • 3 tips for unbelievably delicious grilled cheese

    As a kid, it didn’t get much better than grilled cheese: the buttery toast, the molten cheese and the savory satisfaction from that first bite to the last. Fast-forward to adulthood. Somehow throwing together two pieces of white bread with a slice of processed cheese simply doesn’t have the same...

  • 5 exceptional egg recipes that go beyond breakfast

    The sizzle of scrambled eggs and the crackle of cooking bacon may be your favorite sounds on a Sunday morning, but did you know eggs are one of the most versatile foods? "Full of protein and essential vitamins, they're no longer just a breakfast food," says Brooke Williamson, celebrity chef and...

  • 4 wine buying tips for weddings

    Traditional wedding rules have fallen by the wayside — food trucks are in, having a hashtag is a must, bridesmaids no longer wear the same dress and groomsmen are sometimes in sneakers. Couples are actively seeking ways to differentiate themselves and get creative. All that aside, there is one...

  • Start your day with fun: 4 fresh takes on breakfast

    A great way to start your day is to add breakfast to your morning routine. But as we all know, routines can get dull fast, especially after you've been eating the same breakfast for a few months. If you find your family is in a breakfast rut, it may be time to switch things up and add some excitement...

  • Healthy eating made easy with cans (Infographic)

    - Healthy eating does not need to take a lot of time or effort. With a little creativity and a few canned food ingredients as a base, you can pull together delicious and nutritious meals in minutes. When planning meals, a good guide to make sure you are eating a balanced diet is the USDA's MyPlate...

  • 6 summer sides you never knew you could grill

    What image does the word "grilling" bring to mind? Do you envision thick, juicy burgers or steaks? What about sauce-slathered chicken breasts sizzling over coals? Cooking out is one of the great joys of warm weather, but if you leave side dishes out of your grilling plans — or stick with cold sides...

  • Don't miss these must-have snacks that define each season of the year

    Snacks, produce, drinks or sweets – if it is a seasonal offering, Americans are anxiously awaiting it. According to Nielsen, Americans spend about $374 billion annually on snack foods. For many of those snack lovers, items that are only available for a limited time are one of the major highlights...

  • Color commentary (Infographic)

    In March, anything can happen. Dynasties fall. Cinderellas are crowned. It makes us all wonder, is there something greater at play that decides winners and losers? LG crunched the numbers and discovered that color just might be the best predictor of the unpredictable.

  • Unleash happiness: Tips for living your happiest life

    Are you living your happiest life? How does your mood affect your health? Is happiness contagious? Researchers are finding these questions are worth asking, and multiple studies show happiness dramatically improves health, productivity, family bonds and even life expectancy. So it’s no surprise...

  • The next generation of an American classic

    It's not always easy for parents to remember what it was like to be a kid. It's hard to understand why a bug can be so fascinating, or how toy trucks or dolls can entertain one for hours. But if there's one thing that can take you back to your childhood, it's food. For example, imagine a grilled...

  • America proves it's always 'crunch time' (Infographic)

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  • Soy: It's a miracle

    With nearly every aisle in the grocery store featuring products made from soybeans, it's no wonder we dedicate a whole month each year to celebrating soy foods. Even so, most Americans still associate soy with the sauce that makes their rice, meats and vegetables more flavorful. Of the nearly 4...

  • Meat is the yin to plants' yang (Infographic)

    What should we eat for optimal health? That's a question that man has sought to answer for centuries. For so long, diet was determined by availability, but today in North America, most people have access to a wide variety of foods at some of the most affordable prices in the world. The question...

  • Making a healthy change for you, your community and the environment

    Just because New Year's Day has come and gone, your chance for making a change for the better hasn't. Whether looking to give a boost to your health, your fellow man or even the environment, there's no deadline on picking up positive habits. Make easy nutritional choices If you're looking to trim...

  • 5 ways to make the most of this year's college basketball tournament

    It's that time of year again - the madness is setting in. College basketball's 64-team extravaganza dominates the month of March and is one of the most-watched sports events of the year. Whether you're a die-hard hoops fan or a casual sports enthusiast, it's always fun to follow the tournament...

  • 5 ways to open a world of flavors in a small space

    If a big part of your weekend is dedicated to experimenting with recipes and combining ingredients to create new flavors, you just might be a foodie. If you have a checklist of restaurants you've been meaning to try but haven't had a chance to because you've been busy eating elsewhere, chances...

  • Food for Thought: Cooking for Your Heart

    Nearly one-third of adults have high LDL-cholesterol levels, which is also known as bad cholesterol, a key risk factor for heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And, unfortunately, about 70 percent of adults with high LDL-cholesterol don’t have the condition...

  • 5 delicious recipes to help make a better lunch

    Bringing your lunch to work is a great way to fuel up on major flavor, save money and maybe even eat a little healthier! Deep down, you know the truth — bringing lunch from home is often way better than any fast food chain. With Reynolds new disposable heat & eat containers, and these five mouth-watering...

  • 5 better-for-you ways to host your next spring gathering

    As the weather warms up and you're beginning to think about sunny brunches and breezy dinners on the patio, it may be time to take a fresh approach to your spring entertaining. From Easter and Mother's Day to a number of other spring holidays, who wouldn't want to step up their hosting game? During...

  • One simple ingredient for a better-for-you breakfast

    If you think of oatmeal as part of your average, boring breakfast, it's time to think again. As a morning staple, oatmeal gives you the get-up-and go you need to start the day. The demand for non-GMO products continues to rise as people become aware of the benefits and desire transparency on the...

  • 10 expert health tips that simplify holistic living

    Diet fads, new workout regimens, exotic health supplements — every day, people are inundated with headlines about health trends. Out of the clutter and confusion a new, arguably more sensible, health movement is gaining traction: holistic living. Taking a holistic health approach means looking at...

  • 5 easy ways to create the perfect, cozy movie night at home

    A cozy movie night at home is a fool-proof way to warm up and shake off the winter blues, but not every movie night is created equal. Preparing for a cozy movie marathon or for a binge-watching session is the key to successful night in, and that means choosing the perfect foods to pair with the...

  • From modest to magnificent: Create an entertainment space for any home

    Entertaining at home? Whatever you're planning — big bash or intimate soirée, cheery beer fest or elegant wine tasting — an inviting and accessible built-in bar featuring handsome hardwood cabinetry can help transform mundane household space into the life of the party. And once the festivities...

  • 10 simple recipes featuring today's most powerful superfoods

    Mindful eating is the foundation of the journey to health and wellness, but too often people think that means nibbling on bland and boring foods. Wellness expert and culinary nutritionist Katie Cavuto believes eating well should be a joyful experience that nourishes the body and the mind. In honor...

  • Bring Out The Gentleman

    The Gentleman’s Collection by Lindeman’s presents: a guide to chivalry and integrity in the modern era.

  • Let's get #FlockingHappy about hen welfare (Infographic)

    It’s time to give a flock about hen welfare! The egg aisle is filled with a myriad of confusing labels and it’s important to know not all eggs come from hens that are treated equally. In fact, 85 percent of U.S. eggs come from hens that live their entire lives in a cage. Without space to spread...

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