Don't let those “Back to School” signs fool you; there is still a little summer left. And there is definitely enough time to get a few more beach days in before everyone has to pack away the beach blankets and bathing suits for next year. Whether you're hitting the eastern shore for a whole week or just a long weekend, or staying closer to home and having a beach day trip, beach eats are something you still need to think about. Boardwalk pizza is delicious, but you need some variety (and likely so does your wallet). Here are five easy snacks that you can pre-pack and take with you to the beach.
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Summer is full of fresh produce, and while you’re looking at juicy tomatoes and colorful fruits at your local grocery store or farmer’s market, don’t overlook the green and yellow summer squash! Zucchini and summer squash are bountiful this time of year and offer a lot of versatility, flavor, and nutrition. Continue reading for two delicious zucchini and summer squash recipes to try this season!
July is National Picnic Month, as the weather is perfect for enjoying a summer afternoon in your local park or beach! An ideal picnic must include a cooler and ice packs to ensure your food and drinks stay fresh and chilled all day long. Continue reading for two recipes to bring on your next summer picnic!
The tropical mango is the perfect summer fruit, as it is sweet, refreshing, and very versatile. The fruit can, of course, be eaten on its own as a snack, but you can also add it to just about any meal, ranging from deserts to salads. Continue reading for two mango recipes you must try this summer!
Smoothies are the perfect drink for a warm summer day, as they are cold, an easy way to eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, and delicious! Green smoothies are the perfect healthy choice for those who are watching their diet and want to have more energy during the day. Continue reading to learn more about green smoothies and how to make them.
Summer is basil season, and the delicious herb can be used in a wide variety of dishes. Learn more about the three varieties of basil and three recipes to try this summer to get the most out of basil season!
With the fall and winter looming over our shoulders, what better time than now to enjoy the fruits of a summer’s bloom before the more heavy and hearty food options of the forthcoming seasons dominate our dinner tables?Read More
Cucumbers contain most of the vitamins you need every day, just one cucumber contains Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Zinc. Crisp, refreshing cucumber is a welcome summertime treat that's a great way to beat the heat.Read More
The history of Maryland’s famous Silver Queen sweet corn is truly the story of America itself! America was built on the principles of democracy – we scorned and rejected England’s monarchy and vowed to never let one power reign supreme unchecked. But in the realm of sweet corn in Maryland, one lady had ultimate power for 20 years, a respectable dynasty by most first world standards.Read More
Few foods bring as many health contributions to the table as delicious and juicy as a combination of honey and salmon. Not only is it an excellent source of high quality protein, it's also low in cholesterol and high in nutrients like vitamins A, D, B6 and B2, niacin, riboflavin, calcium, iron, zinc, and phosphorus. Salmon contains an abundance of good fats, and is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids which have been linked to increased heart health and brain function.Read More
Honey is a popular addition to many diets, but it’s been shown to have certain effects beyond the culinary. Many might not know that, while it’s not only delicious, fresh honey can be used by many as a treatment for allergies and for its antibacterial properties. In fact, people have been using honey for these very purposes since the ancient times.Read More
With summer in full swing, one of the healthiest and most versatile foods that you can munch on is fresh corn on the cob. Aside from being a perfect side-dish all on its own, the options for preparing different variations are nearly endless.Read More
If you’re a dedicated gardener, especially one interested in growing their own produce organically, you’ve probably planted your greens, spinach, peas, and radishes in spring time. As these begin to harvest, it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll want to harvest in the fall.Read More
Summer is the time for pool parties and relaxing in the cool air inside your home. But when dinner time rolls around, it can be hard to pick out something to cook when everything you do will heat up the inside of your home.Read More