When dining al fresco, keep your favorite white cold by wrapping a straight-from-the-freezer cold compress around the bottle and securing it with a rubber band.
About 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. And based on all the sneezing happening in the Real Simple offices lately, it’s seems that many of those people are suffering right now!
You don’t need special molds to make delicious (and healthy!) ice pops. As long as you have a kitchen that’s stocked with ice-cube trays, plastic drink cups, empty yogurt containers, or small canning jars, you can make frozen desserts to enjoy all summer long. Here’s how:
The dishwasher saves me a lot of time and effort, but the convenience factor tends to drop off when I open my dishwasher at the end of the cycle to discover a white film on the “clean” dishes. Use these dishwasher fixes to avoid rewashing your dinnerware and get your dishes sparkling again.
Once you’ve found the perfect invitation (you should be shopping around about six months before the big day) and settled on what it should say, it’s time to make it official and put the invites in the mail. But how far in advance should you send out wedding invitations?
With summer’s abundance of fresh vegetables and seafood, it’s no wonder backyard barbecues are full of so many tasty dishes. According to search data from Yahoo!, it seems like people want lobster on their menus (searches for “how to cook lobster tails” are up 1,538 percent this week).
It may not be National Ice Cream Month yet (that auspicious title goes to July), but I’m already helping myself to plenty of heaping scoops of summer’s ultimate dessert. (Did you know the United States produces 12 billion pints of it each year?) To keep your favorite flavor free of freezer burn and ice crystals between servings, here’s a handy […]
No cherry pitter? No problem! Use one of these simple methods to enjoy the tasty fruit, even without a fancy kitchen gadget.