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Recipe: Chili and Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast — Recipes from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Midoes) Chili and cheese stuffed chicken breast may never win any beauty awards, but that's just fine because — as this quick dinner proves — it's what's on the inside that counts.

10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in a Mason Jar — Mason Jar Everlasting

How To Make DIY Instant Noodle Cups (Image credit: Emma Christensen) We all know Mason jars are great for storing spices, salads, and overnight oats, but these handy kitchen classics have quite a few hidden talents that make them even more useful in the kitchen.

5-Minute Freezer Side Dish: Garlic & Sour Cream Mashed Cauliflower — 5-Minute Side Dishes

(Image credit: Christine Han) When you crave the creaminess of mashed potatoes blended with sour cream and butter, but still want something a little lighter and a lot faster, reach for a bag of frozen cauliflower.

How Triathlete Melissa Stockwell Eats for the Paralympics — What Olympians Eat

(Image credit: Courtesy of the U.S. Olympic Committee) The Olympics may be over, but there's more action to come in Rio.

How Many Pounds of Watermelon Do You Need per Person? — Melon Math

(Image credit: Faith Durand) Watermelon wedges at a cookout or a picnic are always a good idea. But when you go to the store to pick up a watermelon, how do you know exactly what size you need?

Tajín-Sprinkled Watermelon Wedges — Mother of Melons

(Image credit: Maria Siriano) Just when you thought the ripe, sweet taste of watermelon couldn't get any better, it does.

3 More Ways to Enjoy a Dark & Stormy — 1 Drink, 3 Dimensions

The Pomegranate Storm (Image credit: Alexis Buryk) Blended with warm dark rum, spicy ginger beer, and a tangy twist of fresh lime juice, the Dark & Stormy is our summertime cocktail of choice.

A Guide to Drinking with Spicy Foods: Wine — Drinking While Sweating

(Image credit: Samantha Bolton) Let's be clear about one thing upfront: Any kind of alcohol — be it wine, beer, or spirit — enhances the spiciness of a food.

9 Things to Prep and Freeze for Easy Summer Meals — Love Your Freezer

(Image credit: Mert Toker/Shutterstock) I don't know about you, but the summer heat is starting to get to me.

Recipe: Rainbow Fruit Salad — Recipes from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Midoes) Fruit salad should be something you actually want to eat, rather than something that's pushed to the side of a brunch spread or looked upon sadly when carried out for dessert.

7 Reasons Why It's Not Too Late to Plan a Summer Vacation — Apartment Therapy

(Image credit: Bethany Nauert) From Apartment Therapy → 7 Reasons It's Not Too Late for a Summer Vacation READ MORE »

How To Make Banana Pudding — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Jeff Roffman) Open Slideshow While many theories exists as to what makes banana pudding Southern at all, my favorite is this: Banana pudding is cool comfort food for a crowd.

5-Minute Freezer-to-Table Corn with Lime, Chili, and Cheese — 5-Minute Side Dishes

(Image credit: Christine Han) If you can't get enough of elote during the summer, this is the side dish you need in your life.

How Swimmer Tucker Dupree Eats for the Olympics — What Olympians Eat

(Image credit: Dolfin Swimwear) The Olympics may be over, but there's more action to come in Rio. We're talking about the Paralympics, which run from September 7 to 18.

A Guide to Drinking with Spicy Foods: Milk for Grown-Ups — Drinking While Sweating

(Image credit: Samantha Bolton) At the height of summertime, spicy food feels so appropriate — beat the heat with heat — but what about when your mouth says otherwise?

The 7 Essential Ways to Preserve Tomatoes This Summer — Preserve 2.0

(Image credit: Emma Christensen) Tomatoes are everywhere in a well-stocked kitchen — canned tomatoes in the pantry, ketchup in the fridge, and maybe a few fresh ones on the counter.

Appalachian Porch Parties: A Surprising Lesson in Mindfulness, Country-Style — The Front Porch

Three generations of LaForces in Jonesville, VA: a young Melanie, Great-Grandpa Walter, and Uncle Kevin (Image credit: Melanie LaForce) Outdoor parties are all the rage during the warmest summer months of June through August for more than obvious reasons: Those of us living in northern climates enjoy spending as much time as possible in the (temporary) non-arctic air.

How To Pickle Cherry Tomatoes — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Jeff Roffman) Open Slideshow Tomatoes aren't a fruit often seen pickled. Maybe the tomato's delicate nature or the fact that it is indeed a fruit deters us from soaking them in a vinegary brine.

5 Ways to Make S'mores Indoors — Summer Nesting

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy ) S'mores are a campfire classic, but what do you do when the craving hits and the weather isn't cooperating or there's no campfire (or fire pit, or grill)?

What's Your Best Advice for Packing School Lunches? — Reader Intelligence Request

(Image credit: Faith Durand) My children went back to school last week — earlier than most of the country, but we live in the South and August is just too hot to summer.