This vibrant gazpacho showcases organic summer produce by using ripe, seasonal heritage tomatoes. Garden Gazpacho is wonderful enjoyed outside as part of a picnic or to begin an alfresco dinner party. I like to use a mixture of red, yellow and orange tomatoes of different shapes and sizes to capture as many flavors as possible.
I tend to eat quite a bit lighter during the summer months and fresh fruits and vegetables make it possible. This salad is excellent for summer BBQs.
Cool down with this boozy fruit that is both a snack and cocktail in one. We’ve used pineapple in this recipe but you could use watermelon, peaches or any other fruit that absorbs well.
Summer fruit shines in this no cook recipe. If you don’t have a melon baller then cut into 1-inch chunks instead.
This is a simple classic that’s truly the epitome of summer, juicy cherry tomatoes & sweet corn.
Sweet peaches, mozzarella and salty prosciutto are divine when tossed with pasta and spinach.
Grilling peaches elevates the sweetness in this easy dessert that’s perfect for entertaining.
Combine vanilla ice cream, diced peaches, and cream soda for a refreshingly simple dessert that’s perfect for summer.
Summer Berry Pudding is an English warm-weather dessert. Not steamed like a sticky pudding, but an easy dish that sets up thanks to the pectin in the berries. Make sure to use firm, bakery quality bread.
Homemade Natural Fruit Pops are a delicious alternative to super sugary store-bought popsicles or other sugary snacks.