Police in Gilbert, Minnesota, are warning residents about a group of youthful residents unable to handle their alcohol. They've been drifting around town looking disoriented, narrowly avoiding getting hit by cars.
When you want something more flavorful than water to quench your thirst, and you'd like to keep it healthful, on an ordinary day it does the trick to just plop a few sliced berries, citrus wedges or chunks of melon into your water bottle with a sprig of mint.
With summer comes the opening of farmers markets bursting with fresh produce ripe for the taking. Pair your fresh-picked bounty with wholesome pecans for power-packed seasonal recipes from salads and snacks to side dishes and main courses.
Summertime is known as a much easier time to consume more fruits and veggies, as they are in abundance and usually less expensive. It is also fun to go from one harvest to the next.
Kimberly Lewers's dream strawberry tastes like "a crystalline sugar cube," with a hint of creaminess, a touch of tartness and a sudden burst of juiciness. And she wants to make it available in the Mid- Atlantic not just in June but in November, even December.
It's gray and raining and about 65 degrees, but more than 70 people are lined up in a field in central Wisconsin, undeterred by the gloom - or the wait. Their eyes are fixed on a lagoon that's pink with thousands of floating baubles: cranberries.
Late summer is the time when I must deal with the porcelain berry. This is a hardy, woody vine that landed in America as an exquisite, bejeweled bower only to be reviled later as a beast. Unchecked, it will grow 15 feet a year and smother shrubs, trees and in time whole landscapes in its quest for world domination.
Although no one seems to mind eating the results, for some reason I get a lot of complaints from readers about the noise that ice cream makers make when churning ice cream.
When berry season comes around, I practically hear trumpets announcing the fruit's arrival at the local market. I am reliably ready to pounce - eager to pile the plump beauties onto my yogurt bowls, work them into salads, blend them into smoothies and bake them into pies and muffins.
FLORENCE, S.C. – Have a sweet tooth that needs satisfying? The menu at Berry Desserts has an assortment of treats to fulfill virtually any sweet need, from ice cream and frozen yogurt to snow cones and cotton candy.
I knew as soon as I saw the one in my sister Donnette’s kitchen, I would get me one.
The one we have works perfectly fine, and the color matches the other appliances in our kitchen.
It's just not Easter without some sort of coconut dessert, whether it's a classic Southern coconut cake or a creamy coconut chocolate egg. So this year we decided to take our inspiration from both of those to create a fresh, yet still familiar dessert for rounding out our Easter dinner.
NEBRASKA CITY, Nebraska – Add color to your landscape year-round by joining the Arbor Day Foundation in August.