Parmesan Crisps

0 of 5 1 Minutes 6 Crisps

These delicious little Parmesan Crisps take only minutes to assemble and cook. They can be prepared ahead of time so no last-minute fuss is necessary.

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Scalloped Tomatoes

5 of 5 30 Minutes

I have tomatoes falling off the vine and am having quite the bumper crop this month. Easy and satisfying, this tomato dish is a perfect way to utilize end of summer tomatoes.

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Zucchini Cake

5 of 5 55 Minutes 1 Cake

If you like carrot cake then chances are that you’ll like Zucchini Cake.

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Middle East Tabouleh Salad

5 of 5

Delicious Tabouleh Salad is an excellent way to use up summer tomatoes. Tabouleh is an Arab Middle Eastern vegetarian dish traditionally made with tomatoes, finely chopped parsley, mint, bulgur and onion, and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt.

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Gluten-Free Peach Cobbler

5 of 5

I love this classic New England cobbler with a tender biscuit topping. This recipe works great with any soft ripe fruit in season. You might also want to try combinations like peach and blueberry in the summer or apple and cranberry in the colder months.

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Pickled Zucchini Salad

5 of 5 15 Minutes Makes 5 Cups

At this time of year many gardens are bursting with zucchini. Making Pickled Zucchini Salad really helps to use up that late summer squash and keeps for about a week in the refrigerator.

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Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

5 of 5 10 Minutes 1 1/2 Cups

I have always been a “do it yourself” kind of gal. If I can make it myself then I will. Store-bought versions of Chocolate Hazelnut Spread just can’t compete with the homemade kind. Spread it on everything from toast and pretzels to banana pieces and shortbread cookies.

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Pickled Mushrooms

5 of 5 4 1/2 Cups

Pickled Mushrooms are super easy to make and are perfect on salads or on a festive relish tray.

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Mussels With Tomato & Chorizo Broth

5 of 5 22 Minutes

I’ve been spending a lot of time on Martha’s Vineyard this summer. I love the abundance of seafood and how the sea air fills my senses. This one-pot dinner is so easy, made with sweet cherry tomatoes, earthy chorizo, and a splash of wine. Seriously, I can’t think of a better way to spend a summer evening. Make sure you have plenty of crusty bread to soak up the delicious broth.

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Marinated Heirloom Tomatoes

5 of 5

Make the most of your local summer tomato bounty. Heirlooms should be heavy for their size, be supple but not soft, and have no blemishes. Cracks are A-OK though.

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