Wild About Wild Alaska Salmon

Salmon is particularly delicious in the summertime, when the wild Alaska fish are in season and at their freshest. Learn more about salmon varieties and try some tasty salmon recipes.

A Guide to Spatchcocking: Funny Name, Sensible Technique

Love cooking a whole chicken, but wondering how to do it quickly and easily on the grill? Wonder no more! The answer is spatchcocking, a simple technique that requires just a pair of poultry shears or heavy kitchen scissors and less than 5 minutes of your time.

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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Great Guacamole

While traditional guacamole calls for onion, cilantro, lime juice, tomatoes, hot peppers and salt, there are plenty of unique ingredients to try. Pick up green garbanzo beans, peas, Greek yogurt or bell peppers and experiment!
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Tasty Ways to Tame the Spicy Heat

Who hasn’t downed a glass of water or beer in a frantic panic after a nuclear mouth-blast of heat? As it turns out, there are better solutions out there for taming the flames. They’re so flavorful, you’ll likely find yourself seeking more heat just so you can go back and forth on a rollercoaster ride of sweet heat and cool relief.
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How to Host a Pool Party with Camille Styles

Lifestyle blogger Camille Styles shares her favorite ways to savor a day of sun and swimming, while just saying “no” to mosquitos, sunburns and dehydration!

Hack Your Grill: Turn it into a Smoker

You probably don’t want to shell out hundreds of bucks on a large barbecue smoker if there’s a shortcut way to get the same results. If you have a grill, you’re half way there. Just follow these steps to hack your grill and turn it into a smoker!

A Guide to Grilling Your Whole Meal

Starters, sides and even desserts can all be grilled over the same fire you light for your main course. It’s fun and delicious, with the added bonus that you can step outside and stay outside for a whole glorious summer evening.

A Strawberry Shortcake Story

Called a “culinary guru” by the New York Times, Dorie Greenspan is a James Beard and IACP award-winning author of 11 cookbooks, including bestsellers Baking with Julia, Baking from My Home to Yours and Around My French Table. Her latest book, Baking Chez Moi: Recipes from My Paris Home to Your Home Anywhere, will be published October 2014. She’d love to hear about how your shortcakes turn out — and any of your baking adventures — at @doriegreenspan or www.doriegreenspan.com.

Cooking with Beer

In recipes for soups, stews, marinades and batters, you can replace some or all of the water, broth, wine and other cooking liquid with beer. You can even add beer to a cake or bread batter. Beer adds character, an earthy, rich flavor and depth, and that certain something that you just can’t put your finger on.

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