This grown-up treat is a welcome addition to any hot summer night. Serve it in batches to keep the fruit ice cold.
Beautiful summer corn gets blended with sour cream for a refreshing soup.
Freshly picked corn cooks very quickly. Older corn, no longer quite as full of sugar, will take a little longer.
Hold a farm fresh bean up to your T-shirt and if it was just picked that day it will stick like Velcro. Just picked beans are incredible raw and are what you want for this salad.
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere and you may want to cool down this August with Boozy Strawberry Lemonade.
Late summer is all about maximizing those lingering warm nights outside and minimizing the time spent in the kitchen. Thankfully the current abundance of fresh produce makes it easy to get dinner on the table in record time.
To devour peak season fruit spin them into savory salads that can hold their own at the dinner table. Don’t bother trying to halve and pit the plums before slicing them. Instead, cut off slices, working your way from the outside to the pit.
Light and lemony, Lemon Cheesecake is just the dessert for a spring or summer’s day.
These wine macerated peaches are delicious on their own or served with vanilla ice cream or Chantilly cream.
I’ve had a bumper crop of tomatoes this year and love to make this easy soup. All you need is a blender or food processor. I typically use a hand blender for this recipe, but you don’t have to. Be careful with the amount of salt you add. I recommend that you start out with a quarter teaspoon of salt and adjust if you decide to after tasting it several times.