Find all the healthy recipes from Cooking Light
's July 2013 issue. more
Presenting 10 delicious excursions and experiences across this great, hungry, food-mad land—from an Appalachian dairy drive to a mosey down a dusty Texas whiskey trail. more
We sped up six classic dishes to cover all your hot-weather eating needs: backyard grilling, Fourth of July picnicking, family reunioning, and potluck partying.
Find juicy burgers that are also good for you: not only beef, but salmon, lamb, and turkey, too.
Start with 2 tablespoons canola mayonnaise, and then add these simple stir-ins to make flavor-packed condiments for burgers. more
Sometimes, chicken just needs a little jazzing up. These spice rubs are just the thing! more
The most versatile herb to complement fresh, light food in the heat and heart of the summer. more
The juice, the seedy bits, the heady perfume, and the indigo stains: Bring on all the sweet and tart stuff that summer berries give!
Our no-fry method makes it a breeze to serve these plump-crisp-sticky-saucy drumettes. By: Robin Bashinsky more
It may have seemed like a light, ethereal pie all along, but it wasn't—until now. We kept the tang and the graham goodness. By: Sidney Fry, MS, RD more
The Santa Margarita Hills lured gold miners. Today, it's wine and cheese lovers. By: Jenn Garbee more
The gorgeous greenery that is the backdrop to any southern Appalachian road trip is equally appreciated by the region's cows and goats, whose sweet milk is the foundation for superb butters, milks, and cheeses that are establishing the region as a leading dairy producer. By: Hanna Raskin more
Texas' microdistillers are mounting a seriously tasty challenge to Kentucky's whiskey supremacy, with visionaries from the Hill Country to north Texas producing extra-ordinary spirits that pair wonderfully with the local beef-centric cuisine. By: Hanna Raskin more
The borough that Manhattanites once loved to ignore is now America's HQ for lovingly crafted foods—a vast larder of more treats than you could taste in a lifetime of food blogging. No food lover should miss spending a day checking out some of Brooklyn's best artisan shops. By: Alan Sytsma more
If you love the idea of catching seafood but go green about the gills thinking of the open ocean, try Dungeness crabbing. You can do it without leaving dry land in the salty fishing town of Garibaldi on Oregon's Tillamook Bay. By: Ivy Manning more
This up-and-coming foodie destination is speckled with celebrities, artisan foods shops, and fun festivals. By: Alison Bing more
An asphalt road winding through a land of serene verdancy abruptly ends at a cluster of live oaks thick with Spanish moss. A low-slung eatery appears as the only sign that you've arrived in the wee fishing village of Spring Creek in Florida's Wakulla County. By: Jeanine Barone more
Chinatown is the devil on the shoulder of Philadelphia's Center City. By: Jason Sheehan more
Milwaukee's beer culture is legendary: It once had more than 80 breweries and was the largest beer-producing town in the world. Today, the city has a thriving microbrewery scene, and the best way to celebrate it is by boat. By: Robert Lillegard more
Chicago residents can skip the hustle and bustle, and meander out to La Pryor Farms for a simpler way of life. By: Julia Kramer more
Patience and a well-oiled grate are the key to excellent grilled fish. more
Fresh and colorful, this meal is just as bright as 4th of July fireworks.
We wanted tasty franks that had less than 450mg sodium, 200 calories, and 5g saturated fat per dog. more
Secrets, Tips & Recipes from America’s Healthy-Cooking Experts
Taste buds, rejoice! This month is all about fat: good-for-you, delicious, heart-healthy fat. By: Kate Meyers more
One of these simple dinner menus can be on your table in well under an hour. more