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Canning strawberries for jam is one of the most pleasant summer gardening tasks. The glorious sun on your back, the scent of ripe strawberries in the air and a handful of luscious, sweet fruit filling basket after basket turns this task into a delightful experience.
By Helen Polaski
This warm potato salad is worlds away from the cold kind. Make a batch for your next barbeque and your guests are in for a treat.
Easy Mexican candy recipes allow you to prepare international sweet treats at home, and you'll be sure to avoid possible contaminants that appear in imported foods. Even better, you can make these candies in less than an hour's time.
By Helen Polaski
Garden-ripe tomatoes. Fresh garlic. Aromatic onions. A hint of newly-picked basil and oregano. These ingredients combine to create a delicious,homemade spaghetti sauce that will tempt taste buds.
By LuAnn Schindler
Learn how to make a Shirley Temple so kids can feel like they're having a grown-up drink, minus the alcohol.
By Helen Polaski
If you'd like to make homemade ice cream cones, you can easily make a sugary cone much like the sugar cones you can buy at an ice cream shop.
By Rachel Mork
Once you learn how to make ravioli from scratch, you will be able to create gourmet pasta anytime. You may even choose to make it for yourself more often, for there is nothing quite like fresh pasta.
By Helen Polaski
Dried apricots are a nutritious food that can be enjoyed year round.
By Melanie Grimes
To fully appreciate wine tasting, you must know what it is that makes an individual wine exemplary. Becoming acquainted with the subtle nuances of the art and language can heighten your wine-tasting experience.
By Laura Evans
If you know vegetarian guests will be attending your cookout, try this tofu barbecue recipe.
Making dinner is a snap with easy chicken and rice recipes. The chicken provides the protein, the rice gives plenty of carbohydrates for energy and both taste delicious. The beauty of creating chicken and rice recipes is that this type of recipe takes up little of your time and is a filling, nutritious and comforting dish.
By Helen Polaski
You can find a simple hot and sour soup recipe, but it's still going to take some time to make. In fact, you might want to make the soup early and freeze it. 
By Kristen Oliveri
There are varying interpretations of the kosher diet, ranging from strict adherence to the rules to generally avoiding certain types of foods and preservatives. Find out more about the basic rules of kosher food preparation.
By Rachel Mork
Popcorn is one of the most popular snacks in the world. Gone are the days where popcorn's only topping was a drizzle of butter and a dash of salt. Jalapeño popcorn is a spicy twist on an old classic. Cheap, easy-to-make and certainly delicious, jalapeño popcorn is perfect for those who crave a zestier, spicier snack.
By Lisa Bower
Healthy smoothies did not become popular until the mid-60s, when there was a rekindling of macrobiotic vegetarianism. Though there has been resurgence in the popularity of the smoothie in the past few years, smoothies have been around since the 1930s, when health food stores on the west coast began selling pureed fruit drinks.
By Cheryl Bowman
Need to find a quick fix for your lack of buttermilk? Don't despair. Take a tip from the chefs and try one of these seven alternatives.
By Janet Boyer
Here are some useful tips for using edible flowers so you don't accidentally garnish your dishes with the wrong ones.
By Nancy Berkoff RD, EdD, CCE
Crab bisque is rich, creamy and delicious. There is only one secret to making the best crab bisque: You simply must make your own shellfish stock.
By Helen Polaski
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