Whether you just don't have air conditioning or want to save money on energy, there are lots of ways to keep cool as the mercury rises. Here are some good ones.
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This summer has already produced some of the hottest days on record - and we're only halfway through the season. This can cause serious damage to your motor vehicle, especially if it's an older model or you regularly drive for long periods. Here are some beat-the-heat tips to decrease the odds of breaking down and forking out for expensive repairs.
Lemonade is summer staple that doesn't need much improving, but if you want to take the classic beverage to a more refined and fancy place, try incorporating vanilla bean syrup. This secret ingredient rounds out lemon's natural harshness and tempers its acidity without detracting from the flavour we so firmly associate with summer.
Ants love the messes that are associated with outdoor meals, so there's always an anthill near every picnic area. If you want to keep them from crawling on your seat and into your food, you can make some mini ant moats with pie tins.
I love berries as much as the next person, but tomatoes are the real reason for the sunny season. These jewels of the vine have so much to give, and sometimes I get overwhelmed by all the potential deliciousness. To help get the most out of the season, here are some of the best ways to eat this delicious, sweet, and tangy fruit.
The same running workout feels harder on a hot day than on a cool one, and it's not just your imagination. We really do slow down in the heat — at least until we've adapted to it — and it's possible to calculate exactly how much.