This Easy Summer Trifle layers ripe berries (or your favorite summer fruit), poundcake, and homemade whipped cream for stunning dessert centerpiece that can be assembled ahead of time!See Recipe
BBQ chicken is a summer classic! Whether you fire up the grill or rely on the oven, use your favorite barbecue sauce for an easy dinner.See Recipe
You can work and play outside without raising your skin cancer risk by protecting your skin from the sun. Because you take good care of your skin, you know you need to wear some type of sun protection every day in order to protect yourself from the harmful effects of UV rays. There are three kinds of UV rays, UVA, UVB and UVC. UVA and UVB exposure can cause both short- and long-term damage to the skin, ranging from sunburns (UVB) to wrinkles (UVA). (UVC rays generally don’t reach earth’s atmosphere.) Too much exposure to UV rays can also lead to a higher risk of skin cancer. So you know it’s important to wear sun protection, but it helps to be informed about sunscreen so you can make the best choice for your skin type and lifestyle.Learn More
It’s June Dairy Month and what better way to celebrate than with homemade cheese? Try this beginner-friendly recipe for ricotta cheese and you’ll feel like a pro chef in your home-kitchen.See Recipe
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