Vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh-cut basil, creamy mozzarella: This Italian trinity composes caprese, arguably summer’s simplest and most sensational salad. But why stop there? Throw in some unexpected ingredients and enjoy the surprising flavors and seasonal flair they give this classic dish
Every year, more than four million visitors flock to Zion National Park to sightsee, hike, climb and bike. There are a lucky few, though, who actually get to live in Springdale and gaze at the towering vistas every day. Among them are Erik and Sally Ryberg, who decided that there was nowhere else on earth they’d rather retire.
A one-of-kind landscape makeover transforms a tiny Avenues property for a couple who loves art, food and, above all, entertaining.
Beautifully cooked salmon doesn’t require any additional flavors. Just salt, pepper and a squeeze of lemon is plenty.
Fireside seating takes many forms, shapely garden benches included.
Builder Ezra Lee transforms a recycled shipping container into his boys’ backyard clubhouse.
These days, choosing what to eat has become an environmental and, therefore, (sometimes) a political choice. Salmon is no different.
Kellie Jackstien celebrates spring’s arrival with stunning arrangements profuse with vibrant colors, fresh blooms and lively design.
Spring has sprung and for many of us that means a heightened desire for fresher, more flavor-forward foods
For these centerpieces, she chose springtime’s stemmed artichokes to add texture and surprise to her floral-heavy arrangements.