Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
And to all you "Kens," Happy Father's Day!
By:
Keri Fisher, Jewish Exponent Feature
For many dads, being at the grill is the only place they want to be on a warm summer weekend. For others, a comfy lawn chair is the preferred spot. Whichever kind of father you're celebrating this weekend will appreciate this easy meal from the grill. Most of the work is done ahead of time, in the kitchen, which means...
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Don't let good health take a holiday this summer. It's easy for families to eat poorly at festivals, ballgames, and tourist sites. Luckily, summer offers a bumper crop of opportunities to increase fruit and vegetable intake. For the freshest food possible, plant a garden at home. It's economical, nutritious and promotes a closer tie to the environment. Garden produce offers...
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The flowers are blooming. The temperature's rising. And the smell of charcoal is in the air. It's officially grilling season -- the perfect time to fire up that commitment to a healthier life-style. While this outdoor tradition adds flavors to food, it also helps remove fat and calories. Here are some barbecue tips: · Seared Salads -- Take a break...
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By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
Suddenly, the warm weather is upon us. Backyards, gardens and parks are exploding in a riot of pinks, purples, yellows and greens. This is the perfect time to dine al fresco. To keep it all simple, remember that you don't have to have everything ready before the guests arrive. Welcome them with glasses of wine, then delegate tasks: setting the...
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By:
Linda Morel, JE Feature
Here's what I've learned about summer barbecues: Greet your friends with frozen margaritas, and you're guaranteed to create a party mood. June kicks off the most informal entertaining season of the year, with the exception of the Sundays leading up to the Super Bowl. Summer is a time when Americans love to grill everything from steak to tofu. Informal at...
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