You may associate squash with winter, but the summer season has its very own category of squash, too! Summer squash have rinds that are more delicate, so you can eat the entire thing, raw or cooked! They’re a great addition to any meal, chilled, grilled, baked or fried, and their bright colors remind us why we love summer. So while you’re shopping for produce this weekend, pick up a pattypan, zucchini or yellow summer squash! Then throw them into one of these delectable summer recipes:
Broiled: Squash & Ricotta Pizzette
A summer dessert that’s just as beautiful to look at as it is to eat? Easy. A beautiful and delicious summer dessert that’s also healthy? Not so much. But have no fear! Our Guilt-Free Summer Fruit Dessert Booklet from our July/August issue is here to save the day. While many of the desserts require just a few ingredients and minutes to put together, this show-stopping dessert is worth a weekend in the kitchen: Mixed Berry Lattice Cobbler.
As the FIFA World Cup comes to a close this weekend, we wanted to pay tribute to the host country of Brazil by cooking up a feast of traditional Brazilian fare. Whether you’re looking for a comforting dish and cocktail to replace the lost hope of a Brazilian victory, or you’re just looking to get a true taste of what it would be like to be at the World Cup, here are some native dishes to suit your fancy:
Feijoada is a gut-busting black bean and pork stew, like the chili of Brazil
It’s summer. It’s hot and sticky. We can’t stress it enough: We don’t want to be in the kitchen standing over a hot stove or oven. We also want to be out enjoying the sun, the pool and the beach, and not inside cooking all day. The solution? Dust off those slow-cookers! They’re making their debut in these summer dishes (no stews allowed!):
Looking for a casual summer lunch? Try our super-tender Cola Pulled Pork Sandwiches.
There’s no better feeling than having a full week of delicious, healthy and quick meals planned for you and your family. So, to make your life easier, we’re sharing five fast and simple recipes for the upcoming week. Dinnertime just got a whole lot better!
Monday, July 7
Barbecue expert, cookbook author and executive chef of the Hill Country Barbecue Market restaurants, Elizabeth Karmel shares her best barbeque secrets.
Happy 4th of July! By now all of your party prep should be done: Hamburgers are ready for the grill, the beers in chilling and the sparklers are ready to be lit. But if you’re looking for a cute and quick way to both decorateand entertain, look no further: DIY flag-inspired food platters!
You’re a Grand New Flag
With the approach of the most patriotic holiday of the year (not to mention, celebrating the American World Cup soccer team), now is the time to crank up that American spirit and host a Fourth of July party that is sure to be remembered. Sick of the old burger-and-hotdog? We’ve compiled our 10 most patriotic recipes, from main dishes to drinks, and red-white-and-blue to the straight-up American classics!
These burgers hit all the right notes, with just the right amount of heat, creaminess and meaty flavor. We smell America!
Squeeze the most out of your summer with these fun, fresh ways to flavor your drink!
July is Ice Cream Month, so that means we’ll be scooping, spooning, sandwiching, dipping, topping and licking our favorite ice cream treats and recipes for the next 31 days! We asked you for your favorite ice cream flavors and some of your top picks also happen to be some of our most popular recipes! You’re loving mint chocolate chip, chocolate, peanut butter, coffee, pistachio and chocolate chip cookie dough ice creams, and we’re here to satisfy your cravings. Check out these ice cream recipes to keep you cool and help you celebrate National Ice Cream Month throughout July: