Choose from spheres to spikes (without any trips to the emergency room), and learn how to properly store the fresh fruit.
Choosing a perfectly ripe melon can feel daunting, but there are a few indicators to look for to ensure you pick a winner.
Although he concedes slicing and eating it plain is sometimes best, chef Jeremiah Galey dreams up out-of-the-box watermelon recipes.
The refreshing summer fruit provides hydration and vitamins — and even helps your muscles recover after a grueling workout.
Saving the bees reaps some pretty sweet benefits, and Nebraska’s Fat Head Farms is showing how they beekeep and produce artisan honey.
Feast and Field celebrates tomato season! A family farm branches out to drink mixes and more, how to choose and store tomatoes, and the history of the bloody mary.
From brioche to bagels, Feast and Field explores the art of bread making with D.C.’s top baker, Jonathan Bethony.
Feast and Field visits Purple Sage Farms to learn about practices for cultivating fresh or dried herbs, greens, flowers and vegetables.
The ever-versatile watermelon is the star of this sweet-and-savory side dish mash-up featuring a balsamic reduction, Tajín seasoning and feta cheese.
This dairy-free dessert recipe makes the most of juicy watermelon with just five ingredients.
A summer salad recipe is a refreshing way to avoid using the oven on hot days. Serve with a baguette from your favorite bakery, and you’re set.
Some flavors are somehow even more delicious in frozen form, and this peanut butter and honey ice cream recipe is no exception.
Nebraska honey producer, Fat Head Farms, practices beekeeping in a measured, intentional way learned from four generations.
Watermelon juice and grenadine make this gin cocktail recipe as colorful as it is delicious.
Lemon and grapefruit juice brighten your favorite pale ale in this shandy recipe.
This three-ingredient whiskey cocktail should be stirred in a crystal glass or Mason jar to keep things cold as ice.
Try different types of sweeteners to modify the classic Old Fashioned recipe.
Amp up this salad favorite by grilling the romaine - a underused, yet appetizing, technique.
This sub will change your mind if you’re debating whether or not to break out the grill when you make meatballs.
This main-dish salad has many beautiful layers of ingredients that adds satisfying taste and texture.
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