Recipe: Bryant Terry’s Fresh Herb Roasted Potatoes — An Afro-Asian 4th of July

In the midst of a flavorful meal, it is nice to have a simple starch dish like these tasty potatoes.

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Summer Grilling Just Got Real with “Grillary Clinton” Spatulas — Food News

She doesn't just have her sights set on the White House. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton also wants to win summer, and right now she has her sights set on your grilling. For $35 you can spend your summer flipping burgers with a "Grillary Clinton" spatula.

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Recipe: Salmon Burgers with Lime Mayonnaise — Recipes from The Kitchn

To keep these salmon burgers moist and tender, chop the salmon by hand rather than in the food processor. The salmon is easiest to chop when quite cold, as this makes the fish more firm and easier to cut. You can stick fresh salmon in the freezer for about 20 minutes — it won’t freeze, but it will firm up a bit.

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10 Little Things I Do for Houseguests — How to Be a Grown-Up

Depending on where you live and your proximity to a popular summer travel destination (the Grand Canyon? Disney World? New York City?) you may find yourself deep in houseguest season. I don't live in a particularly touristy city, but I host houseguests frequently, and I think it's part of the fun of having a house with room to share. In fact, in just a few weeks my husband's brother and sister-in-law will be piling in with their three kids for a sleepover.

If you're expecting a guest (or two, or five!), here are a few little ways I prep for them. All are small, and most help me as much as they help my guests!

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10 Little Things I Do for Houseguests — How to Be a Grownup

Depending on where you live and your proximity to a popular summer travel destination (the Grand Canyon? Disney World? New York City?) you may find yourself deep in houseguest season. I don't live in a particularly touristy city, but I host houseguests frequently, and I think it's part of the fun of having a house with room to share. In fact, in just a few weeks my husband's brother and sister-in-law will be piling in with their three kids for a sleepover.

If you're expecting a guest (or two, or five!), here are a few little ways I prep for them. All are small, and most help me as much as they help my guests!

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How Grocery Store Buyers Decide What You’re Going to Buy — The Grocery Insider

Let’s be honest: While we’ll never veer from certain grocery items (I’ll remain forever loyal to Snowville Creamery and La Croix), finding something new at the grocery is exciting. And you know what? Finding those new things for you is a very real job. The lucky people who do it are called grocery buyers.

There are actually people out there paid to go through every yogurt, goat cheese, kale chip, and popsicle before they end up on the shelves of your local market. Here’s a little insight into the glamorous life of the folks who decide what’s in your store.

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