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4 No-Cook Meals For Hot Summer Days

When it's the middle of the summer and the temperature creeps up above 90 degrees, chances are that the last thing you want to do is fire up your oven or stove. Unfortunately, this likely means your go-to meals are out of the question. Don't worry, though! There are plenty of nutritious and tasty no-cook meals that are perfect for hot summer days.

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3 Kabob Recipes For Summer Cookouts

There are lots of entrees besides hamburgers and hot dogs that you can make on the grill in the summer. One easy way to bring a little bit of variety to your warm-weather cookout is with kabobs. These easy-to-eat meals are perfect for casual gatherings at your retirement community.

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4 Unique Burgers For Your July 4th Cookout

It's a tradition for many families to fire up the grill on the Fourth of July, but that doesn't mean you have to default to the same old hamburgers and hot dogs. You can impress your guests this year with a variety of healthy, delicious burgers that will suit every taste. Here are four recipes that you'll surely want to add to your recipe book.

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How To Make Delicious Sushi At Home

Sushi lovers everywhere know that there's nothing more delectable than a perfectly made roll. If you're a fan of the Japanese staple, you probably trek out to your favorite restaurant to get your hands on a great plate of sushi once in a while. However, it's surprisingly easy to make your own sushi at home, as long as you have the right tools and ingredients. Use this guide to make your very own California rolls from the comfort of your kitchen. 

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3 Ways To Use Excess Coffee

If you brew a pot of coffee each morning, chances are that you have a bit of extra brew from time to time. You may simply pour your excess coffee down the drain at the end of the day, but you don't have to! There are ways to incorporate this caffeinated liquid into other recipes. Here are three delicious ways to use up your extra coffee.

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Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Month With Healthy Sandwich Variations

Grilled cheese is an amazingly popular lunch choice for many Americans, so it's no surprise that somewhere along the line, April was declared National Grilled Cheese Month. To celebrate this delicious sandwich, include your favorite recipe as part of your senior nutrition plan for the month. If you want to switch up your menu a bit, you can also include one of these amazing grilled cheese variations, each of which has notable healthy ingredients.

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Heart-Healthy Spinach And Mushroom Stuffed Chicken

Do you ever get tired of having plain chicken breasts for dinner? Chicken is a great source of protein and makes an easy entree for seniors living in retirement communities, but it can get bland if you're simply grilling or baking the meat. One way that you can jazz up your go-to meal is by stuffing chicken breasts with a variety of flavorful ingredients. This recipe uses spinach and mushrooms to give the poultry a boost of flavor while still providing a healthy, protein-packed dish. 

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3 Tasty Recipes For Stuffed Peppers

If you're looking for ways to fit more vegetables into your diet, why not include a delicious meal of stuffed peppers into your weekly menu? This dish is a favorite of many seniors, as it is quick and easy to make and can be customized to fit individual tastes. Here are three tasty variations of stuffed peppers that make for a great weekday dinner.

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