Take advantage of all of that extra time spent indoors this season -- winter is a perfect time to tackle larger organizing projects. Clearing the clutter and bringing order to every room will reap benefits for the entire year.
In Season: Pomegranates begin to ripen in September and are available through January.What to Look For: Choose deeply colored purplish-red pomegranates that feel heavy for their size. Avoid any fruit that is cracked or has soft spots.How to Store: When kept in an airtight bag in the refrigerator, whole pomegranates will keep for a month or more. Pomegranate seeds should be refrigerated and used within a few days.
Sweeten your Fourth of July celebration with these red, white, and blue desserts. Packed with vibrant summer berries and made with creamy frostings and fillings, these delicious and patriotic treats are ideal for entertaining.
Summer means long days filled with outdoor activities and impromptu weekend gatherings. So when the temperature rises, keep the cooking time to a minimum and the kitchen cool with our favorite no-cook summer recipes.
Behind every great party is some savvy planning. Every detail matters, such as inviting the right number of guests, buying enough ice, and especially putting together a fabulous menu. To remove some of the guesswork, we've compiled our favorite warm-weather hors d'oeuvre recipes -- perfect for a spring or summer fete.