A whole-grain food, popcorn has energy-producing carbohydrates and fiber, which can help keep you satisfied longer when looking for an at-home snack to share with loved ones.
Grilled meals provide a summer escape for many families by offering opportunities to spend moments together while enjoying flavorful dishes.
Is the tomato sandwich a Southern invention? We can't say for sure, but we do know lots of folks around here seem to consider it the essence of summertime.
The first thought that comes to mind when picturing grilling in the summer sun might be a perfectly cooked steak or a juicy burger, but no backyard barbecue is complete without the all-important sides and beverages that complete the meal.
There's something about summertime that ushers in an easygoing spirit.
Make family meals part of your home by digging into kid-friendly desserts like these Cheesecake Cupcakes with Oat and Walnut Crust, and join the Family Meals Movement, which encourages Americans to pledge to share one more family breakfast, lunch or dinner at home per week.
Earlier this month, The Dispatch shared recipes from "Always Eat After 7 PM," by Joel Marion, CISSN, NSCA-CPT and five-time best-selling e-book author.
Many celebrations call for fabulous food, specifically dishes fit for brunch, even if your "crowd" is simply your nearest loved ones gathered at the family table.
A modest but steady stream of cars pulled up as the Hitching Lot Farmers Market opened at 4 p.m. Monday in Columbus. Monday is often a light day for the market, but those with produce to sell were kept fairly busy with customers who lined up, socially distanced, for early picks of the fresh corn, squash, eggplant, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers and blackberries available.
A few days ago I made the dreaded periodic trip to the grocery. After scoping out the parking lot to gauge how crowded the place was, I took my chances.
Quarantine has caused us to do all kinds of things we've never done before...or at least, never done regularly.
Boosting immune function through a healthy diet has become an important new focus for many people these days.
A salad can fill an empty stomach for nearly any purpose, from an al fresco snack to a family appetizer.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many tough sights have come our way via national news and social media. One of them is footage of thousands of gallons of milk being pumped out onto the ground. June is National Dairy Month, but the dairy industry -- and produce farmers in general -- have been hard-hit by a coronavirus that gutted demand.
As summer grilling season sets in, Americans grab their tongs to take advantage of backyard barbecue opportunities.
Spending moments together with loved ones carries obvious benefits like time to catch up and opportunities to bond, but sharing meals actually provides definitive value for families.
Losing weight and focusing on a healthful diet may lead you back to the same tried-and-true tricks, however, conventional wisdom doesn't always pay dividends, according to writer Joel Marion.
Whipping up a fresh cooked meal is one of the true joys of summer, especially when grilled grub is paired with tantalizing sides and tempting desserts.
Planning snacks you can enjoy with your children is a winning parenting strategy for spending more time together while creating tasty treats.
As families spend more time at home, Americans are finding comfort in a surprising source: bread. In fact, a 20-year trend of declining grain food consumption has been reversed.