Fresh, juicy Indiana melons ripen in mid-summer. Here are some recipes utilizing cantaloupes, honeydew and watermelons as ingredients.
From limestone to live music, you’re sure to find plenty of things to see and do in Bloomington during the summer months.
Create simple, no-cooking-required summer soups filled with Indiana favorites like corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and watermelon. Recipes include Southwestern Corn Chowder, Cucumber Avocado Soup and Watermelon Gazpacho.
July is National Blueberry Month because it is the peak of the harvest season. Enjoy this summer berry with these deliciously sweet recipes including Blueberry Buckle Coffee Cake, Blueberry Dump Cake, Fruit Tarts, Panna Cotta, Fresh Berry Pie, Blueberry Swirl Ice Pops and Blueberry Ice Cream
Follow these tips when grilling outdoors or choosing grilling equipment such as skewers, baskets and woks.
Grilled fruit can be a tasty side dish or dessert – from grilled pineapple on your burger to grilled banana s’mores. Our nutritionist offers several suggestions.
Remember that shade is not the enemy. Learning which plants are compatible and flourish in low light ensures a great outcome.
Our dietitian-approved summer cookout and picnic recipes highlight Indiana favorites such as sweet corn and watermelon.
Whether you’ve gone every year or you’ve never gone before, if you look, you’ll find that there are a lot of hidden gems at the Indiana State Fair.
Learn how to grill any kind of summer vegetable, including fresh carrots, corn in the husk, asparagus, kabobs and other fresh produce.
Three easy ways to dry and preserve fresh flowers: air-drying, pressing and framing, and microwaving flowers. (Yes, you read that correctly.)