Do you still have a garden full of summer veggies that you need to use up? We don’t have a garden, but I had co-workers and friends share their bounty with me all summer long, and I loved every bit of it. My favorite way to eat vegetables is to marinate and grill them. I make kabobs and put them in quinoa. We eat them as a side dish, and my boys will use the leftovers to make omelets or breakfast burritos in the mornings.

    Smoky and sweet, enjoy this Campfire Cocktail, whether you’re out camping or just chilling around a fire in your own backyard.

    The upcoming fall season is a great time to incorporate some recently harvested wild game into a delicious, home-cooked meal. Combining two kinds of meat is an excellent way to provide your family and friends with a wildly scrumptious experience. That’s exactly what they’ll get with this pasta dish, which includes dove breasts and venison sausage.

    It’s never too early to instill a love of healthy food, responsibility and hard work in your kids. Children who are actively involved in prepping and planning a meal eat better and have a higher respect for the work it takes to feed the family. It’s important to start them young, keep it simple, be patient and make it fun.

      At first glance, these pieces of toast seem pretty intricate; however only a few, simple ingredients make a big statement. Let us see what you come up with by sharing your funny face photos on our Facebook or Instagram pages.

      I asked my kids what recipe they thought I should share this month, and my oldest son Blake, who is 16, immediately said my pancake recipe.

      Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, a bridal shower or just a Tuesday afternoon, Unicorn Lemonade will take your gathering from ordinary to magically extraordinary.

      I hope you’re all holding up well and finding fun things to do with the family. I especially hope you’re finding fun and yummy things to fill their bellies during what seems like our 3,000th month of summer. These barbecue chicken sliders are a super simple throw-together meal that the family will love.

        On these hot summer nights, if you can’t decide between a glass of wine or a thirst-quenching margarita, then why not have both?

        I moved away from Texas for four years and missed Tex-Mex food more than anything. I went through a period of being extremely homesick, and in an emotional state of mind, I ordered every Texas cookbook I could find on Amazon. In one of those cookbooks, I discovered Migas. I just so happened to have all the ingredients, so it was the first recipe I made out of my new library of Texas cookbooks.

        I used to own a coffee shop and bakery in Belgium. I served this in my shop, except I made it in a loaf form with a sweet lemon glaze. I don’t bake much anymore, but I like to bring this recipe out every once in a while.

        Do you ever wake up on a Saturday morning and wish you could eat brunch at one of those fancy, big city bistros? Well, wish no more. Create your own mouthwatering meal that will make your family (and their taste buds) extremely happy.

        Ermon Gipson wasn’t there when DoDat Barbecue began in 1984, but the thick envelope of printed photos he pulls out are a testament to at least one thing: he hasn’t missed one since he started competing nearly 25 years ago.

        Hey friends! How are you doing? Are you feeling good? Is your New Year’s resolution to eat well still a priority?

        Disclaimer: I made this thinking it would make a fun, interactive Valentine’s date night in ... now I’m reconsidering. That’s not the best idea. Your sweetheart may not appreciate the divine smell of garlic radiating from your breath and pores. So, maybe let’s make this on another night. It’s fun for the whole family and doesn’t require an elaborate recipe. You just buy the ingredients, cut ’em up, and let everyone make their own. It’s a great way to get your veggies in.

        When it comes to improving one’s eating habits, the ultimate goal is a lifestyle change.