Big Batch Salads

Food52 shares their strategy to make a double or triple batch of a salad that can work for lunches, side dishes and a main meal for dinner. Even better is that these salad recipes are bursting with the nuttiest, berriest, spiciest flavors you can imagine.
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Get More from Tomatoes in Season

I believe tomatoes are one of the best things about summer, so let’s celebrate them! Here are seven tips for making the most of tomatoes this season.
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How to Save Money on Your Weekly Shop

After working with Whole Foods Market for more than seven years, I’ve picked up tons of tips on how to save money in each aisle. Here are 10 of my favorites.
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Peachy-Keen Ways to Enjoy Peaches

Each summer I look forward to adding fresh, ripe, juicy-sweet peaches to breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and desserts in a variety of ways. Of course, eating peaches out of hand is always a favorite, but why stop there?

Grill Once, Eat Twice

You can fire up the grill once and cook enough for two meals ― tonight's dinner, plus extras that can be turned into a second, different meal.

What to Make This Week

Need help figuring out the age-old question of what to make for dinner? We can help! Here are seven recipes for inspired meal planning.
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Three Fun Ways to Keep Cool with Cukes

Lady Moon Farms is excited to be the first produce grower to sponsor Whole Kids Foundation and support schools and inspire families to improve children’s nutrition and wellness.

Quick Pickle It

I’ve yet to meet a quick pickle I don’t like. Honestly, what wouldn’t benefit from a dunk in the sweet-salty tang of brine? The best part about quick pickling — the benefits are quick to come by, and they’re unreasonably addictive at that.
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Veggies on the Grill

Meat gets all the glory when it comes to the grill, but vegetables are just as delicious when cooked over a fire. The results are so versatile you’ll be wondering why you weren’t grilling everything.

How to Make the Most of Plum Season

Plums are wonderful grilled, sautéed, poached, baked and broiled. They are also interchangeable in recipes that call for other stone fruit, so experiment. Here are some ideas and recipes for enjoying this season’s plum harvest.

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