Outdoor Dining Without a Grill

It’s human nature: When the weather is nice, we want to do everything outside, including cooking and eating. But we’re not all grill connoisseurs and sometimes, we’re simply out of charcoal. So here are some alternatives that make it possible to enjoy your meals in the outdoors—no grill required. Use leftovers to make gourmet sandwiches for tomorrow’s picnic outing. Mix roasted chicken Read more ...

Try Something New with Your PB&J

In case you missed it, yesterday was National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day. Of course, this classic sandwich is a staple for many all year round, maybe even to the point of getting a bit monotonous. How do you make a good thing even better? Try these variations on the standard PB&J and give your brown bag something to smile about. Try it Elvis Style. The King loved his peanut butter and banana Read more ...

Comparing Prices on Groceries

Nobody wants to overpay at the grocery store, especially on items you buy everyday. So we decided to research the national average price for the most popular food items—bread, apples, milk, eggs and chicken. Just how much is too much to pay for the top five grocery picks?  Take a look at what we found. BREAD. The average price of white bread in the U.S. is $1.40 per pound, and for whole wheat Read more ...