This salad is ready to enjoy as soon as you finish making it, but will also keep well in the fridge for up to four days.
Tart strawberry-basil jam is offset by creamy mozzarella in this sweet take on a classic caprese salad.
Primal Kitchen, which sets consumers up to achieve "new heights of wellness and vitality through real-food eating," according to its website, specializes in that whole keto/paleo thing. I'm tempted to try it, if only because it will certainly make me healthy without needing to exercise.
Classico was the original fancy supermarket pasta sauce — the "nice" alternative to Ragu or Prego. The branding and design continue to evoke cracked frescoes, a young Al Pacino wandering the Sicilian countryside and stone bridges with a cute old man playing "O Sole Mio" on the organetto. You know, what we Americans think Italy is. Heinz acquired the brand in 2001.
Creamy pesto sauce turns a simple pasta salad with broccoli and tomatoes into a delightful dinner.
Wow your dinner guests with this dramatic, yet easy to eat stuffed artichoke dish.
Saucy, cheesy and full of herbs — this stuffed manicotti with coppa and rustic pesto is sure to please.
If you’re looking to extend the life of fresh herbs like basil, parsley, and cilantro, this smart herb saver featured in @miriam.gin1’s video will do the trick. The pod has a water reservoir at the bottom to keep herbs from drying out or going brown in the fridge for up to three weeks.
Here are three plants that will keep pesky mosquitoes out of your backyard. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.
If you want to enjoy fresh herbs throughout the fall and winter but weren’t blessed with a green thumb, this smartly designed herb garden planter from Click and Grow will give you a hand.
If you love spending time in your backyard or on your patio, but you find yourself being eaten alive by mosquitoes, the secret to repelling these pesky bugs could be as simple as a few new beautiful plants in your garden. Here are 5 plants that repel mosquitoes without harsh chemicals:
If you’ve been taking advantage of the warm weather to grow fresh herbs like basil, chives, cilantro, and dill, or you always pick up your favorite herbs at the grocery store, you’ve probably run into this common problem: they’re always the first thing in your refrigerator to wilt. When wrapping herbs in a damp cloth just isn’t doing the trick, this sleek herb saver from Prepara is the solution.
Check out your grocery store right about now because I'll bet you'll find gorgeous tomatoes everywhere. Roma tomatoes are a bargain this time …
Take advantage of slower summer schedules and warmer weather by rounding up the family and heading to the backyard for fun, food and family time.
If you're looking for fresh meal ideas, consider planting "menu gardens." Grow a few of your favorite foods together in pots or raised beds, f…