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Boost back-to-school success

With these breakfast tips

A daily breakfast leads to not only better overall nutrition, but better school performance as well. A simple breakfast at home or school can ensure that your child doesn't start the day hungry. It also ensures that your child has the nutrients and energy he or she needs during the morning to concentrate on learning.

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Blend late summer produce to make sauces, sips and soups

Want to get the most out of late summer's fresh fruits and vegetables? Look to your blender and spice rack to puree seasonal produce into refreshing sips, chilled soups and savory sauces.

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Blended Bliss

Delicious and nutritious smoothies for the whole family

Looking for a healthy, convenient and delicious breakfast boost, afternoon refuel or sweet treat? If so, break out the blender and whip up a delicious and nutritious smoothie.

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Fresh and fruity ways to impress guests

Super spritzers

From pool parties to baseball games to backyard barbecues, this time of year provides a number of occasions to enjoy time with family and friends. This summer, take your gatherings to the next level with a fun and festive drink menu that reflects the fresh flavors of the season.

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Breakfast ideas kids will love

Texas Pete brown sugar glazed bacon

Getting kids excited for the day is never easy.

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Fresh takes on kids’ favorites

Pancakes, cookies, and doughnuts

As the kids get out of school, there’s no better time to make a fresh start in the kitchen, too. Substituting nutritious ingredients such as sorghum in your favorite grain-based foods is an easy way to upgrade your family’s menu this fall.

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Sensational seafood on the grill

Alaskan salmon recipes the family will love

The fresh, enticing flavors of the sea are calling. This summer, amp up your outdoor dining experience with recipes that offer a nutritious and delicious alternative to garden-variety grilled fare like burgers and steaks. Low in fat and sodium, and high in heart-healthy omega-3s, Alaska seafood takes on a whole new appeal when prepared over an open flame. Grilling Alaska seafood is easy with simple preparations, such as these, that let the flavor of quality seafood stand front and center. For more guest-worthy recipes, visit www.wildalaskaseafood.com.

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Grilling for a good cause

Cookbook raises money for wounded veterans

It’s time to throw on that apron and head outside. Memorial Day is the biggest grilling holiday of the year, and you’ll want to show off your barbecue expertise for hungry friends and family.

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How to make the ultimate burger

Southwestern smoky ranchero burger with grilled avocado

Grilling season is here, and that means burgers—the No. 1 grilled item in America—are on the menu at backyard cookouts and weeknight dinners across the country.

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Salad season is here

Southwestern bean and quinoa salad with cilantro-lime dressing

Yes, salads are year-round staples, but when the weather turns warm, they take on a more prominent position on menus.

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