20 Ideas for Tacos, Quesadillas, Nachos & More — Recipes from The Kitchn

There is one thing you can always find in my meal plan: a Mexican-inspired dinner in honor of Taco Tuesday. Of course, tacos are a given, but I like to go beyond the basics. Burrito bowls, nachos, quesadillas — these all make a regular appearance. Tasty, filling, and easy to throw together on a weeknight, they check all the right boxes.


The Smartest Trick for a Summer Roll That Won’t Fall Apart After One Bite — Just Roll with It

Summer rolls are one of our favorite no-cook meals for summer nights or even "roll-your-own" dinner parties. The combination of cold vegetables, fresh herbs, and chilled shrimp, tofu, or chicken tucked into chewy rice paper wrappers is one of the most satisfying summer dishes we know. They're ideal for using up leftovers and a great excuse to make peanut sauce, but they can be messy to eat — especially if you're new to rolling them. But there's a secret ingredient that will help hold your summer roll fillings in place!


10 Edible Treats That Give Back to Charities — Make More Good

There are basically a million snack food companies (ditto for wineries and bakeries), so how are you supposed to choose among them all? Obviously flavor and taste are important. On top of that, maybe you could stick with companies that donate to charitable organizations? Each of the (extra-tasty) treats on this list help to give back in some way. Give them as gifts or buy them up for yourself — you really can't go wrong.


My Summer Job: Scanning Barcodes and Finding Family at Wegmans Grocery Store — Summer Jobs

This month we're looking back on all the strange and wonderful food jobs people have held during the summer. Whether it's a job at a local scoop shop, a grocery store, or the concession stand at a baseball field, the skills and memories you gather in those short, hot months usually turn out to be invaluable. Here's Shelby Vittek on her experience working at Wegmans, which was a dream come true.

If you had asked me when I was a child what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would have answered, in all seriousness, that I wanted to be a cashier. (My younger sister did too, although she often mixed up her words and stated that she wanted to be "a cash register" instead.)

When I was 15, my childhood dream came true and I started my first job as a cashier at Wegmans, the grocery store with a cult-like following.


Croatia’s Underwater Winery Is Everything You Didn’t Know You Needed — Travel News

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Croatia has crept its way up to the top of people's travel bucket lists, and for good reason: It's got some gorgeous coastlines and delicious food. Now, wine-lovers have a new reason to visit the nation: the Balkan country, which drinks the most wine in the world, is home to an underwater winery.


Lemonade Stands Are Getting Shut Down Left and Right. Is This Wrong? — Summer Jobs

Of course it's wrong. Why would you even ask that? Lemonade stands are always worth a stop, even if you don't particularly like lemonade. The opportunity to talk with young entrepreneurs is irresistible, and the price is usually just right.

For the kids, stocking, staffing, and marketing a lemonade stand is a great first job, with plenty of lessons to be learned (like why you should hesitate before working with family, which kids will discover as soon as little sisters get too obsessed with holding all the money — causing parents to revoke all business licenses).

These days, though, a younger sibling with impulse-control issues isn't a young entrepreneur's only problem. There are some joy-stealing adults out there who want to destroy yet another innocent childhood tradition. Yup, people are actually calling the cops on kids ... for selling lemonade without a permit. Why, oh, why?


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