These Egg Breakfast Cups Will Keep You Full Until Lunch
A protein-packed way to start your day.
shopping tips for safe leafy greens
By the time leafy green vegetables reach your kitchen, California farmers and handlers have taken many actions to assure their safety. Even with this rigorou...
This Infectious Video of a Farmer Dancing In His Barn Is Going Mega-Viral
We're in awe of this man's moves—and his uplifting message.
How to Make Healthy Kale
Kale is an extraordinarily nutritious vegetable. In this video, watch how simple it is to prepare massaged kale for use in a variety of ways.
Newscasters All Over the Country Love This $20 Dress
Women newscasters all over the country are wearing the same cute $20 dress from Amazon.
40 Plants That Attract Hummingbirds
Welcome Hummingbird Fans There are a lot of choices for plants that attract hummingbirds to the garden. The goal, of course, is not only to get their attention
How to Grill Sausage
Fresh sausage is not cooked when it is processed, and so it must be cooked thoroughly before you can eat it. When cooked to perfection on a grill, sausage should be crispy on the outside and bursting with clear juices inside. Boil the...
Birth Month Flowers and Their Meanings
You have probably heard about birthstones and you might already know what yours is, but have you heard about birth month flowers and their meanings? This article will help you learn all birth month flowers as well as their meanings and symbolism. Find out what yours is! Flowers are the epitome of beauty and elegance, and can help a person easily convey their emotions and feelings without using any words. They all have their own uniqueness and are infused with symbolism and meaning. Here’s a list of all birth month flowers and their meanings: January Birth Flowers Red: “I love you” Yellow: disappointment or rejection Snowdrop
Vegetable Scraps Go Haute: How to Cook Root to Stalk
Save those stems! Across the country, chefs are getting very good eating from parts of our produce we typically trim away. Here are their tips for using every part of the vegetable, plus recipes mindful of making the most of your market haul.
Make Eggs Once, Eat Them All Week Without Getting Bored