Master sausage-maker Ryan Farr of 4505 Meats has seen too many sausages explode on the grill when eager and hungry cooks throw the meat down on high heat. To avoid such fat-splattering mishaps, he recommends that you poach your sausage first. You can then grill it—or just eat it poached.
Sometimes, easing what ails you is as simple as enjoying a home-cooked meal. We've chosen some of the best ingredients to help you sleep—and created a recipe that shows you just how easy it is to get these foods into your diet.