The last bit of summer vegetables combined in a beautiful and tasty side dish. Quick and perfect for a friday steak or sunday lunch.
Tag: summer food
Summer in India is never complete without the preparation of this gorgeous and tasty mango delicacy.
Giulio Sturla manages to spend time harvesting the garden, stop for coffee and prepare a nine course fresh meal for friends, all in one day.
A perfectly crisp meringue, with a marshmallow centre, topped with gently whipped vanilla-scented cream.
Celery-scallion sole en papillote served with a side of Egyptian dukkah.
As the summer comes to an end, we have one last shot at baking with those amazing summer fruit.
With summer apricots beckoning with their soft orange hues, what better way to celebrate their juicy ripeness than with a beautiful apricot tart.
Tamara Novacoviç provides some useful inspiration for delicious Mediterranean summer dining.
Pea soup, chilled and baconless certainly won’t win over the pea soup haters…unless you actually give it a try.
These lovely fresh raspberry yoghurt popsicles are the perfect snack for hot summer days.
This is the season for the last of the Spring asparagus, the delightful fragrance of chives, mint, chervil and tarragon filling the air to season your dishes.
Katherine Ingui took it upon herself to bake gluten-free scones last week, using fresh blueberries from her parents’ summer crop.
Aam Daal is a raw mango lentil soup that can be served cold as well as warm. Perfect summer food.
These stuffed peppers or chiles rellenos are not the same thing as the cheese stuffed poblano peppers many think of when they hear chiles rellenos.
Trying to find a way to realize a sweet salad, Giulia Scarpaleggia has a sudden flash of inspiration: a sweet and fruity couscous salad, with something crunchy inside and a subtle and tantalizing scent.
This dish came about after a trip to the farmers market where Laura Bednarski found English peas. They are scarce in the Midwest so when she finds them she’s gleeful.
A chilled glass of rose wine, a crisp salad of just picked greens, and a simple savory tart make a near perfect summer lunch.
It’s green fig season in sunny Andalucia. Locally they are known as Brevas – the green cousin of the black fig. They are totally divine and Anne Manson just can’t get enough of them.
This dish is a refreshing way to start and end your summer.
What is not to love about cherries? They are pretty, delicious, healthy, and lend themselves well to so many dishes, particularly desserts.
Summer brings with it thoughts of warm evenings, picnics, barbecues and of course sunflowers.
Even if you’ve already fired up the barbecue for the next couple of months, a good salad side is always a great companion.
Kelsey Hilts decides to jump-start summer and make strawberry shortcake in the form of cupcakes.
Grab a delicious little piece of Greece today. However, be weary of who you will be kissing, because you will smell like a stinky rose.
With spring in full swing and tomato plants and herbs a-bloomin’, it is officially salad season.