I love this time of the year when fruit is fresh and abundant. Plums are in season from May to October, so you may want to plan a trip to the farmers’ market and stock up. Make the most of the season’s bounty by making Plum Muffins to brighten up your mornings.
Apple Cider Donut Loaf Cake
I like to make this cake on the weekends and eat a slice every day during the week. You can make this cake 4 days ahead and store tightly wrapped at room temperature.
Fried Green Beans With Garlic
This dish uses the technique of frying in hot oil until they the beans become crunchy and flavorful. You could add pork or crumbled feta cheese if you want to. I have been known to eat the cold from the fridge the next day.
České Brambory (Czech Potatoes)
Make sure to use small potatoes instead of baking potatoes. Serve with grilled sausages or with any beef or chicken dish.
Green Curry Chicken
I had a real craving for green curry and didn’t want to try and hunt some down during pandemic restaurant life. It’s actually very easy to make on your own and you can add any additional vegetables that you want.
Pickled Roasted Peppers
About this time each year I go on a food preserving frenzy so that I can enjoy summer’s deliciousness during the winter months.
Ricotta Blueberry Muffins
I had extra ricotta on hand that needed to get used so decided to add it to my usual blueberry muffin recipe. The result is a super moist blueberry muffin.
Grilled Summer Squash
I grill all year long, but many will be grilling this Labor Day Weekend. Grill abundant summer squash to make a delicious side dish.
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