Living Well

Jul
31

Laundry 101: Tips for Cleaning Out the Washer

Contrary to popular belief, the washing machine is not a self-cleaning mechanism. Laundry detergent and hard water minerals commonly build up in the nooks of the drum and cause a foul odor. Mold and mildew also contribute to the smell that may be... …more

Jul
24

Simple Sweet and Spicy Snacks

For a lot of people, a quick stop at the nearest gas station to pick up a bag of chips is the best way they can delay their hunger until their next meal. Store-bought, expensive, and usually tasteless, healthy snacks typically sit on your shelf for... …more

Jul
17

New York Strip Steak with Whiskey Cream Sauce

This decadent recipe starts with a finely marbled cut of meat and ends with a rich and creamy whiskey-based reduction. The steak is juicy and seared to form a light crust around the outside. It takes on the mild, herbal flavors of the butter, garlic,... …more

Jul
10

Checking Your Air Conditioning Unit for Proper Functioning

Avoid getting caught in the heat this summer by maintaining your home’s air conditioning unit. New or old, every air conditioner performs its best when properly managed. Knowing how to identify leaky ductwork, dirty coils, and many more issues that... …more

Jul
03

Travel Checklist

You just landed in Hawaii after suffering through a very turbulent flight, and you’re ready to finally get your toes in the sand. After rummaging through your suitcase for 10 minutes, you come to the realization that you didn’t pack your swimsuit. An... …more

Jul
01

The Beautiful Blood Orange

By Atlanta Macklin RDN, LD The blood orange, with its signature crimson-colored flesh, is the result of a natural mutation of the common navel orange. The deep red color of this fruit comes from a pigment called anthocyanin, which is also responsible... …more