Whether you're planting your first-ever seeds or you're a gardening mogul, seeing your hard work go to waste when your plants die is no fun. We've put together a guide of easy-to-grow plants that can withstand almost any condition.
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Bring the colors and feelings of summertime into your home with our best tips and tricks for summer decorations. With ideas for seasonal accents and easy updates, our roundup of summer decorating ideas will give your home a bright and sunny look you'll love.
If you need easy potluck ideas, we've got the right recipe for every scenario. From classics like potato salad and pasta salad to new favorites like gooey butter bars, our potluck recipes are ready whenever you need to make and take.
Brighten up sheltered spots in your landscape with these easy-to-grow, colorful shade plants that come back year after year. These pretty shade perennials can make masked areas the greatest points of interest in your garden.
These speedy suppers, including burgers, pasta dinners, casseroles, and more, are all the proof you need to end your long-term relationship with the drive-through. Turn to any of these 30-minute meals on busy nights for a wholesome, satisfying, and family-friendly dinner.
Be a better and faster cleaner with these clever ideas that use why-didn't-I-think-of-that tools and creative techniques that help take the work out of your chore list. So tuck these ideas into your bag of tricks and consider your home cleaning done.
When rhubarb season is underway, make these quick and easy rhubarb recipes for breakfast through dessert. Each healthy idea stars fresh rhubarb and includes other nutritious ingredients such as whole grains, vegetables, and lean protein.
Shopping for pet food isn’t simply about reaching for the nearest item on the shelf. In fact, a lot has changed about the way its ingredients are being sourced. Here’s the scoop on one particular food label and what it says about the ingredients inside.
Love spicy chicken? This fried chicken recipe has your name on it! It's marinated in sriracha for up to 24 hours, so each bite is already spicy, and then we took it one step further and added a creamy sriracha dipping sauce on the side.
Your favorite salad dressing plays a role in giving this crispy fried chicken more flavor. Save some to serve on the side for dipping, and mix a few dollops into the breading so each bite has creamy ranch flavor.
We love a good fried chicken sandwich, and this is one of the best ones out there. Coat your chicken in crushed pretzels and fry for a few minutes on the stove for the crispiest outer coating, then finish it off in the oven.
This easy wild rice casserole recipe has all the same flavors of chicken cordon bleu, but it's much easier to make. Instead of stuffing chicken, you can just combine all of the ingredients in your casserole dish, cover with bread crumbs, and bake.
We can think of tons of occasions where this enchilada casserole recipe would fit in, including weeknight dinners and potlucks. If you're going to tote this cheese-topped casserole to share, cover it tightly with foil that's been coated with nonstick cooking spray (this will keep the cheese from sticking!).
This easy casserole recipe is like three dishes in one! Besides being an simple weeknight casserole, it also includes everything we love about cheeseburgers and deep-dish pizza (mainly lots and lots of cheese).
Make a Philly cheese steak easier to share with a crowd by stirring together this slow cooker party dip. It's packed fulled of roast beef, sweet peppers, mushrooms, and gooey cheese, of course; everything we love on a cheese steak sandwich!
Look out, because once you start eating this homemade cheese dip, you won't be able to stop. It's addicting enough on its own, but you can also make it spicy by mixing in a few chopped pickled jalapenos, or a dash of hot sauce.