You might think slow cooker seasons are fall and winter, but you should keep yours out all year—because there's never a bad time to come home to a healthy, stress-free dinner that didn't come out of a package. Plus, when it's too hot to turn on the oven, your slow cooker will deliver deliciousness without heating up the whole house. (Looking for more stress-free dinners? Fit in 10: Slim and Strong For Life has 80+ recipes—with no more than 10 minutes of hands-on kitchen time!)
Ever wanted to bring back a favorite rum you discovered on vacation – but hesitated because you thought it was pricey or likely to lead to a suitcase of alcohol-soaked clothes? We’re here to help. First things first. Bringing alcohol into the country is completely legal. You will have to be 21 years of age, of course, but the U.S. Customs and border protection says that “U.S.
By Diana Kelly for Life by DailyBurnIf you consider yourself a healthy eater, you've probably come to rely on a few nutritious standbys, like lean protein, steamed veggies and whole grains. But how many times a week can you have grilled chicken, steamed broccoli and brown rice for dinner before you're banging you head against the wall? You might think the answer lies in high-calorie marinades, fatty cream sauces or worse -- butter! -- to make dishes fun and exciting again.