DIY Easter Egg Dye

Color your Easter eggs using nature’s palette of bright vivid colors from fruits, vegetables and spices. Got hard-boiled leftovers? We’ve also got some great tips for what to do with your Easter eggs after the big day!
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Putting Your Best Ham Forward

Honey-Glazed Ham with Fresh Pineapple ChutneyThough deli meat ham is a lunchtime treat in its own right, nothing beats a beautifully lacquered, whole baked ham – except maybe the next day’s leftovers.

Build A Better Easter Basket

Traditional Easter confections with neon-colored candies and bland bunnies disappoint my kids no matter how excited they (okay, we) are for our baskets. Here are some recommendations from experts at Whole Foods Market®, SAVUER and Kiwi magazine so we can easily build a better basket without well…laying an egg!

Relaxed Hosting: What to Buy, What to Make

Want to relax and enjoy your party too? Here are our top suggestions for which cooking tasks to take on yourself and which to outsource.

Setting a Great Buffet

A few essential elements that go a long way in making serve-yourself food and drinks simple, elegant, uncluttered and accessible.
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Those Blooming Bulbs

Do you suffer from OBS? See how James, our produce expert, handles his obsession with spring bulb flowers.
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A Market-Fresh Spring Brunch

Spring produce is perfect for cooking a special occasion brunch. The editors of SAVEUR share a seasonal menu that highlight’s fresh flavors.

The Tiny (But Mighty) Kitchen

Just because a kitchen’s tiny doesn’t mean it can’t be mighty; here are tips for making a feast in the smallest of kitchens.
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Kitchen Basics for Children: 3 Easy Tasks for Little Chefs

Britney is the web editor at Kiwi magazine, a publication devoted to green and healthy living for families. She has previously written for Parents magazine and The Huffington Post.

7 Tips for Happy Tulips

Get a big dose of spring with a bunch of colorful, fresh-cut tulips. Follow these simple steps for pretty arrangements that will last longer.
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