In honor of Cinco de Mayo, TODAY is on the hunt for the best guacamole recipe. Two celebrity chefs –Ingrid Hoffman, host of the Food Network’s “Simply Delicioso,” and healthy lifestyle expert Chef Lala– claim to create a guacamole like no other…
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Bring on the heat and make your dishes go from mild to wild by adding fire and flavor to your food with chile peppers. While bell peppers are sweet and mild, Habanero, the hottest, can be fiery. The heat or fire is caused by the natural chemical in peppers called capsaicin, which stimulates nerve endings in the skin.
Fresh, colorful berries at your local supermarket or farmer’s market are a sure sign that summer is here. Some sweet, others tart, berries are a delicious and nutritious treat and can be eaten whole, served fresh, frozen or in baked goods. Berries are available all year from a variety of sources, though most are considered summer fruits.
Ever wonder why some of your fruits and vegetables don’t seem fresh or taste right so quickly after you purchase them in perfect condition? Though fruits like berries don’t have a long shelf life many last longer just by having proper storage.
Gardening is a fun hobby for enthusiasts and novices alike who enjoy the planting, nurturing and harvesting of the fruits of their labors.
When I was a kid, my entire family gathered at my grandparents’ house every year for the holidays. They came from far and wide and close… they came to celebrate our pride as Americans as well as our heritage as Latinos. So today I’m going to share with you a very Latin Cranberry Mango Salsa.
Summer is just around the corner and summer fruits are beginning to arrive in your local supermarkets, specialty markets and farmer’s markets. Experts recommend consuming 5 servings* a day of fruits and vegetables to help reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer.