Our favorite party trend? Creative DIY drink stations that let party-goers play mixologist. We're sharing our favorite beverage stations, including an infused vodka station, a mojito station, and more. Once you set out the listed supplies, you're all ready to party!View Slideshow
The newest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens make it easy to throw a porch party complete with tasty appetizers and icy drinks, toss together garden-fresh recipes from Ian Knauer's new cookbook, linger over a dinner of simple grilled dishes and enjoy one extraordinary lemon pie.
This quick and easy salad recipe from cookbook author Ian Knauer uses raw chard that has been thinly sliced. Its slightly bitter flavor is balanced by the creaminess of fresh mozzarella and the heat from a hot chile pepper. Knauer serves it with eggs for breakfast, with pizza for lunch, or as a summer barbecue side.
Corn, zucchini, and cherry tomatoes pair perfectly with fresh mozarella in our quick and easy take on vegetable pizza. It's the tastiest way to use up your fridgeful of the summer's best produce.
Smoky seasoned pork tacos get a refreshing kick of flavor from sweet and spicy watermelon salsa. Even better? This 20-minute dinner is budget-friendly, too!
Make the simple syrup for our refreshing mojito recipe in advance and try the cocktail with mint or basil. For a fun twist, use your favorite fruit-flavor rum. Don't own a muddler? You can use the back of a spoon to crush the herbs.
Hearty sweet pepper-topped zucchini steaks get a jolt of bright flavor from a chimichurri sauce made from a medley of garden herbs. Serve this grilled dish as an appetizer or top with cheese for a vegetarian main dish.
Our easy salmon recipe is perfect for busy weeknights. In less than 30 minutes you'll have juicy baked salmon bursting with brown sugar and pineapple flavors, with a touch of heat from red pepper flakes. Serve with sauteed bok choy.
Fluffy orzo and juicy grilled peaches pair with savory chicken and green beans in our scrumptious six-ingredient dinner. If desired, swap out the peaches for your favorite stone fruit and the feta for crumbled blue cheese.
Creamy blue cheese complements the earthy cooked beets in this stunning beet salad. Crunchy almonds and a shredded beet-and-lemon dressing add delicious flavor and texture.
Fresh shaved carrots come to life with the help of raisins, greens onions, and a simple lemon dressing. This beautiful carrot salad adds bright flavor to any summer meal.
Our easy 30-minute crisp recipe combines the natural sweetness of seasonal fruit with the delectable saltiness of bacon. Keep the recipe on hand to use with other in-season fruits, such as apricots or nectarines. This delightful fruit crumble is an easy go-to dessert with minimal prep and big-time flavor.
Need an affordable meal on the quick? Crispy flatbreads topped with a minty yogurt sauce, fresh veggies, and Greek-seasoned meatballs make for a fun and easy 30-minute dinner.
Start with our creamy custard-based homemade ice cream recipe from San Francisco's famed Bi-Rite Creamery. Then get creative! If you're a fan of mix-ins, try lavendar and honey or our double-chocolate recipe. Love sundaes? Try our blueberry-lemon pie, citrus olive oil and sea salt, or caramelized banana versions. You can't go wrong!
What makes this Prize Tested Recipe for peach pie so special? Winner Jane Ozment added in ripe mangoes and a touch of lime juice to her simple peach filling, which pairs deliciously with her lightly spiced golden crust. Serve with vanilla ice cream.
Prize Tested Recipe winner Theresa Busby came up with this burger recipe in a dream. It must have been one delicious dream because her grilled patty includes blue cheese, pineapple, onion, ham, and bacon -- and it couldn't be tastier!