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Flower-infused cocktails for when you're feeling fancy

Now that summer is in full bloom outside, take some time to stop and smell the roses—and then mix them into your drinks. Summer is the perfect time to spruce up classic cocktail recipes, from gin and tonic to Tom Collins, and flowers are an easy, flavorful way to feel ...

1st August 1932:  An ice cream seller sells ices to children by the Thames at Putney, London.  (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Photos: National Ice Cream Day

National Ice Cream Day is Sunday, July 20. Here's a look at the delicious treat's national - and international - appeal.

The Edisto Oyster Knife was made to tackle the small, tight clumped-together oysters found along the coast of the Carolina Lowcountry. CONTRIBUTED BY WILLIAMS KNIFE CO.

Gifts for a summer host

Worth its saltAfter running a taqueria in Columbia, S.C., for 12 years, Suzi Sheffield was ready for a change. But the former restaurant owner and chef wasn’t hot to leave the kitchen. So the Atlanta native headed home and developed a recipe for a new product — and a successful ...

Watermelon and Feta Salad at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

Ways to eat watermelon at every meal

Feeling a bit parched? Here, let us pass you a hydrating recipe (or 34). At 92 percent water (no wonder its name), watermelon is nature’s thirst quencher. This isn’t a one-trick fruit, though. Chc vitamins and minerals such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B-6, folate, pantothenic acid, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, ...

First Look: Max’s Wine Dive, Midtown

Max’s Wine Dive — the Texas-based boutique chain with the mantra “Fried Chicken and Champagne? Why the Hell Not?!” — opened on July 1 on 12th Street in Midtown, serving dinner and brunch. Helming the kitchen, executive chef Jason Hall (formerly of Saltyard and Livingston) adds seasonal dishes to the ...

Watch: Quick and easy way to cook, shuck corn

This quick and easy way to cook and shuck corn has been making the rounds on social media lately, and why not — ’tis the season! It takes just a few minutes for one ear of corn. More popular and trending stories This Facebook video suggests you cook the corn ...

N.C. researchers take step closer to allergy-free peanut

Hypoallergenic peanuts may have moved one step closer to reality.The stakes are high. Peanuts cause serious allergic reactions in about 1 percent of the U.S. population, equal to about 2.8 million people.Researchers at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University have recently developed a process that reduces allergens in peanuts ...

Try an All-American lager for 4th of July

Last month, the American Homebrewers Association’s members showed they like their beers bitter and boozy, voting Russian River Brewing’s Pliny the Elder double IPA the “Best Commercial Beer in America” for the sixth year in a row, and going all the way for IPAs and imperial stouts in their Top ...

Farmhouse Cornbread Tomato Salad (styling by Chef Derek Dollar ) (Photography by Renee Brock/Special)

Chefs celebrate summer’s bounty of tomatoes in dishes with a difference

Three chefs and a bartender walk into a restaurant to talk about tomatoes. No. The punch line isn’t ketchup. But as it turns out, if pressed, the chefs say they can get a little tired of the bounty of the summer garden. And even for the most creative among them, ...

29 ways to keep fresh produce fresher for longer

One of the biggest culprits when it comes to your produce going bad is actually a natural and necessary thing. It's call Ethylene gas. It's produced naturally by fruits and vegetables in the ripening process, according to the Washington State University Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center. But too much of ...

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