The mid-Atlantic coast is a region filled with fishing boats, oyster roasts, rolling tides, bald eagles and lighthouses – the whole picturesque nine yards. I was lucky enough to grow up on the Potomac River, which is inside the Chesapeake Bay watershed. This means crab […]
April Aceto works in advertising sales by day and behind her camera at night. Her passions for food and photography come from her extensive travel around the country and the world, exploring new cuisine and landscapes. She is the author of Food n’ Focus, a […]
Coconut shrimp is one of my favorite appetizers to order at restaurants. They come to the table piping hot, audibly crunchy and… full of calories. They always come with a slightly sweet and fruity dipping sauce that makes you feel like you’re enjoying food from […]
Summer is all about grilling, am I right? Sure, summer has a lot of other fun things going on, but if I had to choose my favorite thing about summer it would be the fast, easy and fresh food I get to enjoy thanks to […]
Forget the meatloaf of your childhood, and forget the meatloaf they may have served you in the cafeteria. This turkey meatloaf is spectacular, and it’s loaded with healthful vegetables. It comes out of the oven smelling like sweet and tangy barbecue sauce, so you’d never […]
Today, I overheard juicy office gossip. Two women were discussing how one had gone completely overboard this past weekend and it caused an argument at home. What had this woman done? She ate the entire watermelon before her husband could even grab a slice. Juicy, right? Get it? Since watermelon is in season, we wanted to delve into the juicy topic of watermelon, specifically: why you should eat it, how you can eat it and some fun facts you may not know.
We all know how easy it is to rip open a bag of lettuce for a pre-dinner salad, but what if fresh lettuce was just as easy and tasted much better? That would be great, right? Today, we will show you how to take whole heads of lettuce from the grocery store or farmers market and clean and store them properly so they last just as long, if not longer, than bagged lettuce.