Hot tips for summer battery care

MORE automobile batteries fail in the summer heat than in the winter cold. Summer conditions cause more stress on a battery than frigid winter temperatures. The Farmers’ Almanac anticipates widespread extreme heat and humidity for the latter days of summer 2011, with about...

Summer style secrets from a fashion expert

WARM weather is finally moving its way across the country. With this shift comes thoughts of barbecues, picnics, days at the beach and one major question – what to wear? This summer, follow the advice of Tim Gunn, chief creative officer of Liz Claiborne Inc., and use these...

A refreshing twist on traditional guacamole

IN AMERICA, the most typical way to use avocados is in guacamole, which is frequently eaten as an appetizer and served with tortilla chips. Mexican Chef Roberto Santibanez explains that guacamole is rarely served like that in his home country, and encourages people to explore...

5 easy tips for a happy, healthy heart: How small changes can lead to big results

EXPERTS have found that good nutrition and eating a variety of fruits and vegetables continues to be one of the best ways to safeguard our health. Unfortunately, this time-tested advice proves more easily said than done, and heart disease remains one of the top killers of...

Fire up the grill with U.S. farm-raised catfish

WANT to add a little variety to your menu this grilling season? Spice up your dinner table with Grilled Catfish, Avocado Sauce and Roasted Peppers for a quick, simple solution to breaking the burger routine. U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish, which are sustainably raised, are low in...
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