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I crave a great salad, don’t you? From healthy salads full of fresh greens and veggies to homemade zesty dressings … all the way to hearty pasta salads full of delicious ingredients. Salads are fun, salads are fresh and salads are so full of flavor.

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Ah, the peach — a classic sign of summer, a staple in warm-weather recipes for desserts and salads, an anticipated addition to farmers’ markets and stands across the country.

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Travel the world with A Baker’s Passport: Recipes for Breads, Savory Pies, Vegetarian Dishes, Tarts, Cakes and Cookie Classics (2019, www.abakerspassport.com) by food writer, chef and educator Susie Norris.

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Growing up in West Tennessee saw summer as a time to savor food delicacies. From the start of the berry season and my favorite strawberries, to the heart of summer and homegrown melons of all kinds, my flavor buds were really enhanced.

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With some fruits, half or more is wasted when you throw away the seeds and peel, but you may be surprised to learn that you can use an entire watermelon, including the rind, to make delicious and refreshing dishes.

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Jackie Bruchez, founder of baking blog The Seaside Baker, brings her love of fruits and sweets together in a cookbook, Decadent Fruit Desserts: Fresh and Inspiring Treats to Excite Your Senses (2019, Page Street Publishing Co.). 

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Summer holidays are the best. Sunshine, friends and family, picnics, potlucks, pool time ... all help to make great memories. The Fourth of July brings lots of family fun. We celebrate our great nation with fantastic fireworks, family picnics and backyard barbecues.

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Plant-based personal chef Angelique Santana, founder of Eat with Angelique, combines her passion for food and fitness, and cooks for those too busy to consistently eat home-cooked meals. 

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Mareya Ibrahim, nutritionist, award-winning inventor and signature chef and meal plan designer for the diet book The Daniel Plan, has written a cookbook, Eat Like You Give a Fork: The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive (2019, St. Martin’s Griffin).

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Making nutritious meals that fit into a hectic schedule and satisfy the entire family just got a whole lot easier. Busy mom of five and founder of This Pilgrim Life blog, Lisa Burns shares a slew of family-friendly meals that can be ready in a flash in her cookbook, Family Meals from Scratch…

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Growing up in the kitchen, Rosie Daykin realized early on that as much as she loves mastering a new dish, her favorite style of cooking is one with little fuss, using basic but quality ingredients. When her daughter was born this approach became even more fitting as there was little time lef…

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Operation BBQ Relief was founded in 2011 when competition barbecue teams joined to help the Joplin, Mo., community after a devastating tornado. They’ve since gone on to serve more than 2.9 million meals in 25 states. The organization’s CEO and co-founder, Stan Hays, has compiled a cookbook s…

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The Instant Pot has been one of the biggest game changers in the kitchen when it comes to getting quick, delicious meals on the table and author Stefanie Bundalo makes it even easier with her new cookbook, Quick Prep Cooking with Your Instant Pot (2019, Page Street Publishing).

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Making food worth savoring and showing off isn’t as difficult as you might think it is. All it really takes is a solid foundation of cooking techniques. Along with his wife, Ali, celebrity chef Jet Tila is ready to pass all his know-how on to readers.

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When I was a little girl, my family lived in Kenton. Every year my family visited the Tom Wade strawberry patches and picked and bought those delicious red delicacies. The taste was always so fresh.

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Most waffle recipes call for beaten egg whites to be folded into the batter as the last step. This recipe doesn’t. In fact, they can be made in minutes I always make a full recipe for nine waffles so I can freeze what we don’t eat for future meals. I put each frozen waffle in the microwave f…

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Anyone on a gluten-free eating plan can struggle with finding recipes and ideas. So many Southern recipes contain wheat and other grains that contain gluten. However, these delicious side dishes are naturally gluten-free.

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