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How to throw a seamless summer gathering

How to throw a seamless summer gathering

You’ll likely host a party or two this summer, and you want it to be an event guests remember. From dinner parties and backyard barbecues to an easy Sunday morning get-together,…

Summer Nights Live: 3 ways to get the most out of your summer

Summer Nights Live: 3 ways to get the most out of your summer

Brighter skies. Longer days. Warmer nights. As summer sets in, the time is right to make the most of every sun-kissed day and embrace each sizzling night through no-holds-barred fun…

Find fun, fresh ways to use your cherished china

Find fun, fresh ways to use your cherished china

Sometimes collecting all the pieces to your cherished wedding china may take more time than you think. It took Jill Rogers four decades. “After 44 years of marriage, I got…

3 facts you don’t know about fruit and fruit juice

3 facts you don’t know about fruit and fruit juice

Feeding your family nutritious food and drinks can be tricky, especially when there are so many mixed messages about food out there. Diane Welland, nutritionist and registered dietitian, shares three…

Unscrambling the dietary guidelines

Unscrambling the dietary guidelines

While 2016 is the Year of the Monkey on the Chinese calendar, in the world of food and nutrition, it’s the Year of the Egg. The recently released 2015-2020 Dietary…

4 wine buying tips for weddings

4 wine buying tips for weddings

Traditional wedding rules have fallen by the wayside – food trucks are in, having a hashtag is a must, bridesmaids no longer wear the same dress and groomsmen are sometimes…

Making a healthy change for you, your community and the environment

Making a healthy change for you, your community and the environment

Just because New Year’s Day has come and gone, your chance for making a change for the better hasn’t. Whether looking to give a boost to your health, your fellow…

Food for Thought: Cooking for Your Heart

Food for Thought: Cooking for Your Heart

Nearly one-third of adults have high LDL-cholesterol levels, which is also known as bad cholesterol, a key risk factor for heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and…

Beat planning pressure: 5 tips for an intimate wedding

Beat planning pressure: 5 tips for an intimate wedding

The terms wedding and money go hand in hand. The average wedding cost is now up to $ 31,213 according to theknot.com, and that’s not even including the honeymoon. Because…

‘Tis the season for good etiquette

‘Tis the season for good etiquette

In today’s fast paced, eat-on-the-run world, it seems very few of us make time for a regular sit down meal at the dinner table. That’s until the holidays roll around,…

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