(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.
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.
(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.
(Image credit: Courtesy of the U.S. Olympic Committee) The Olympics may be over, but there's more action to come in Rio.
(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?
(Image credit: Maria Siriano) Just when you thought the ripe, sweet taste of watermelon couldn't get any better, it does.
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.
(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.
(Image credit: Mert Toker/Shutterstock) I don't know about you, but the summer heat is starting to get to me.
(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.
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(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.
(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.
(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.
(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?
(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.
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.
(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.
(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)?
(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.