By Alana Sugar, August 3, 2015
With a few simple steps and tasty vegan recipes, you can plan a delicious meal with a variety of healthy, plant-based foods that will leave you feeling refreshed and well nourished.
By Alana Sugar, July 27, 2015
Each summer I give thanks to the watermelon. It’s a summertime gift from nature, delicious on its own or in beverages, soups, salads, salsas, mains, desserts and even condiments.
By Megan Myers, July 23, 2015
Now is the time to eat all the fresh tomatoes, peppers, summer squash, eggplant and stone fruits you can. Their fragrant flavors are at their peak right now, which means you should use them in a wide variety of ways.
By Megan Myers, July 22, 2015
It’s hard for my kids to slow down in the summer, even when it comes time to eat. That’s why I try to keep a wide variety of snack foods at the ready, so we can keep going with the fun!
By Allison Burch, July 21, 2015
Want a genius tip for summer?
Keep a pitcher of one of these naturally flavored infused waters in your fridge all season long. It’s a healthier hydration choice than soda and so fancy you’ll feel like every sip is a special treat. Plus they’re a clever (and gorgeous!) way to use the trimmings from summer’s fresh fruits, veggies and herbs.
Here’s how easy they are to make.
Cucumber + Lemon + Parsley
By Alana Sugar, July 20, 2015
When it comes to berries, I lose my boundaries. While berries are wonderful in fruit salads, smoothies and muffins, I want to show you how awesome they are in salads, sauces, salsas, and summer desserts.
By Megan Myers, July 16, 2015
It can be hard to remember to stay hydrated when your day is filled with fun, but luckily these fruity drinks make it easy for us to stop for a minute and grab a straw.
By Malia Curran, July 15, 2015
Summer fun has begun! Longer days give us more time in the yard, at the park, on the trail and in the water. Whether your plan is to relax or play hard, or maybe a little of both, be sure to be smart about skin care.
By Alana Sugar, July 13, 2015
I get excited thinking about earthy-sweet and crunchy, hot buttered corn on the cob. But I don’t stop there. Corn also makes a wonderful addition to soups, salads, salsas, baked goods, casseroles and more.
By Megan Myers, July 9, 2015
Beat the heat this summer and embrace chilly soups, salads, and other no-cook favorites for dinner.