If you’re looking for a fun summer grill recipe that’s easy to put together for a crowd, look no further. This lean and delicious turkey would be great eaten as a sandwich with a fresh coleslaw.
A unique and delicious way to eat burgers! If you don’t have a grill, the burgers can be cooked as easily under a broiler or even in a frying pan.
You may find yourself using this puréed apricot dressing and marinade for other salads as well. It’s fruity, minty, and very summery. Tip: To toast almonds, spread on a baking sheet and bake at 350ºF until golden brown and fragrant, stirring once or twice (5-7 minutes).
This is a great recipe for using up leftover pasta! Especially if you’re growing basil in your garden and have loads to spare–pile this dish with as much fresh basil as you have. It will be that much more amazing.
Whiskey makes everything better! Okay, not everything, but it sure works here with the thyme, garlic, rosemary, and mushrooms for a nice meaty sauce.
Richly flavored pesto is the flavor star of this simple fish dish. Earthy walnuts play against vibrant cilantro and tangy lime for a well-rounded experience for your palate that will work well with any firm white fish. Use this as an excuse to try new local fish offered fresh from your fish market. Tip: When […]
Nothing compares to the bright, sweet-tart, lip-smacking combination of fresh fruit, jalapeno, lime juice and cilantro and mint. Make a double batch and invite your friends. Slather it on your fish, your burgers, and your baked potatoes.
Sweet roasted corn is the star of this meal, bringing a touch of smoky flavor to the salad and a touch of sweetness to the vinaigrette. The flavors of oregano and cilantro are quite powerful–if those aren’t your favorite herbs, switching in classic basil would provide another equally scrumptious option.