Diet And Exercise
MINNEAPOLIS | Derek Jeter soaked in the adulation from fans and players during one more night on baseball's national stage, set the tone for the American League with a pregame speech and delivered two final All-Star hits.
The Tigers' Miguel Cabrera hits a home run during the first inning of the All-Star game on Tuesday in Minneapolis.
LOS ANGELES | The start of a new year inspires many of us to commit to get fit and live healthier.
Eaten without the skin, duck breasts are as lean as white meat chicken or turkey.
Duck is one of my favorite foods, roasted, braised, the legs confitted, the wings fried, the breasts grilled like a steak. It's just plain scrumptious.
Many people like the idea of cooking with whole grains — They are so healthful! — but refrain from actually plunging in because so many of them are unfamiliar.
Coconut-Lemonade, Orange-Banana-Cinnamon and Strawberry-Ginger-Limeade slushies offer a fruity hot-weather treat.
Slushies have taken on a surprisingly critical role in my family's summer. And it's my 7-year-old's fault.
This fruit salad from Arthur Potts Dawson's new cookbook, 'Eat Your Vegetables,' pairs cooling cucumber and refreshing watermelon and mango with spicy red and green chilies.
Crisp blueberry shortcakes are prepared with three layers of baked phyllo dough cut into squares.
Great taste often comes down to contrast.
Sara Moulton took a tip from her chef friend and used pureed corn to achieve a silky richness without any additional fat in this spicy creamed corn recipe. Caramelized onions add great depth of flavor, while the chili's heat and lime juice's acidity balance the sweetness of the corn.
There are few foods as simple, delicious and complete as fresh seasonal corn on the cob. When it's really fresh, I'll even eat it raw. No boiling, no butter, no salt. It's perfectly sweet and tender right off the stalk.
Sara Moulton is shown on the set of her PBS show, 'Sara's Weeknight Meals.'
Assembled entirely the night before, this warm and satisfying breakfast casserole has all the makings of a great start to the day — whole-grains, lean protein, even some fruit.
When the kids are heading back to school, one of the best things you can do is start them off with a healthy breakfast.
Looks can be deceiving. Take Seamus Mullen.
Salads can be a great way to pile on the vegetables, not to mention serve as a fine canvas for showing off summer's bounty.
This healthy Chopped Summer Salad has a drizzle of pickled shallot vinaigrette.
Pulled pork is a treat often reserved as an occasional indulgence. Which probably is good, since it tends to be made with some of the fattier pieces of pork, which then are smothered with a sugary sauce and piled on a white roll. Trouble is, we love pulled pork and we wanted a version we cou…
Follow The Times
Who do you call for all your pool repair and installation needs? Your Local Pool Guy! (219) 712-7188
Give us a call today!
Call your certified chimney inspectors for all of your fireplace, chimney, masonry, and waterproofing needs! Judd & Son Chimney Service 219-365-0099
Judd & Son Chimney Service, Inc. is a locally owned compan…
ANY NEW CIRCLE BUICK COMES WITH FREE MAINTENANCE!
We offer a complete line of accessories, window treatments, and flooring to complement your furnishings.
Our licensed interior decorators will help you find right comb…
$69.95 NEW PATIENT SPECIAL includes exam, cleaning, required x…
Should Hammond police restore full-time participation in the Region STOP Team?