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Fruit salad should be something you actually want to eat, rather than something that’s pushed to the side of a brunch spread or looked upon sadly when carried out for dessert. This one, featuring every color of the rainbow, is that and more.

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From Apartment Therapy → 7 Reasons It’s Not Too Late for a Summer Vacation

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While many theories exists as to what makes banana pudding Southern at all, my favorite is this: Banana pudding is cool comfort food for a crowd. You likely have most of the ingredients on hand, it hardly heats up the kitchen, and a big batch takes just as little time as small batch.

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If you can’t get enough of elote during the summer, this is the side dish you need in your life. Inspired by the cheesy Mexican street corn with a kick, this version calls in creamy feta to get the job done.

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The Olympics may be over, but there’s more action to come in Rio. We’re talking about the Paralympics, which run from September 7 to 18. The competitors in these games aren’t just amazing athletes — they’re also incredible people who have overcome obstacles to bring their athleticism to the world stage. We asked a few to share what they eat on a daily basis.

Tucker Dupree

Age: 27
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Event: Paralympic Swimming; 50-meter free and 100-meter backstroke
Training Regimen: Four hours a day, six days a week; swimming and lifting weights, along with some spin classes.

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The Olympics may be over, but there’s more action to come in Rio. We’re talking about the Paralympics, which run from September 7 to 18. The competitors in these games aren’t just amazing athletes — they’re also incredible people who have overcome obstacles to bring their athleticism to the world stage. We asked a few to share what they eat on a daily basis.

Tucker Dupree

Age: 27
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Event: Paralympic Swimming; 50-meter free and 100-meter backstroke
Training Regimen: Four hours a day, six days a week; swimming and lifting weights, along with some spin classes.

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At the height of summertime, spicy food feels so appropriate — beat the heat with heat — but what about when your mouth says otherwise? How to cool down when the chilies have you crying?

There’s one ultimate answer, when it comes to drinking while sweating, and that’s milk. Here’s how to drink it like a grown-up.

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Tomatoes are everywhere in a well-stocked kitchen — canned tomatoes in the pantry, ketchup in the fridge, and maybe a few fresh ones on the counter. We’re fortunate to live in a time where tomato products are commercially available in many different forms.

But you don’t have to be dependent on store-bought tomato paste and ketchup. With just a few tools and a weekend afternoon, you can stock your own kitchen with homemade tomato staples.

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