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Tips for Your Abundant Garden Harvest

Tips for Your Abundant Garden Harvest

It’s summertime and vegetable gardens are brimming. Even after you’ve eaten your fill, shared with friends and coworkers, and snuck some excess zucchini onto your neighbor’s porch, chances are, you’re still chin deep in your garden harvest. Keep your hard work from ending up in a greens […]

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DIY Yard Game Fun for Labor Day

DIY Yard Game Fun for Labor Day

Labor Day is the perfect time to make an escape from all things digital — at least for a few hours. Barbecues and yard parties are some of the most popular ways to celebrate this unofficial end of summer. The Labor Day holiday is also a great time to rummage […]

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Keep Your Dog Safe and Cool in the “Dog Days of Summer”

Keep Your Dog Safe and Cool in the “Dog Days of Summer”

Summertime is a fun time to spend with our four-legged friends. With a world of outdoor activities to explore, dogs offer great, willing companionship whether camping for the weekend, backpacking through the wilderness, or taking a dip in a lake or stream. Whether out enjoying summer activities […]

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International Barbecues

International Barbecues

Summertime means barbecue. When the weather is warm we love to live, play, eat, and cook outdoors. Our typical American barbecue gathering can include everything from ribs and tri-tip, to hot dogs and hamburgers. But with so many regional variations and customs from around the world, we […]

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Keep Your House Cool This Summer

Keep Your House Cool This Summer
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Your Summer Americana

Your Summer Americana

“Americana” is a broad term of art often tied to aspects of American culture and history, and sometimes deeply nostalgic and reflective of the associations we make to the times of our lives. Reflecting on the many ways people enjoy celebrating the Independence Day holiday, we began to […]

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June 10 is Iced Tea Day

June 10 is Iced Tea Day

As American as…iced tea? While tea has been around for thousands of years, iced tea made its first recorded appearance in American cookbooks in the late 1800s. Iced tea was later popularized at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, where hot weather prompted a tea plantation […]

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