Sear Those Ribs and Chill That Fruit: Here’s What You Should Be Cooking in June
Make the most of balmy evenings and bountiful summer produce.
It’s June. That means it’s time to fire up the grill and fill the freezer with chilled treats. We’re cooking outside, and eating there, too; not because we have to but because we want to enjoy those long summer days and nearly endless twilight. Here’s what we’re cooking this June.
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Tomatoes and corn loom large on the Western horizon in the summertime, but don’t forget about peppers and squash, too.
Pack a Picnic
What’s more summery than a picnic? These recipes travel well, whether you’re hiking into a park or just spreading a blanket in the backyard.
Grilling is the signature preparation of summer. It doesn’t have to be heavy, though, or even meaty. Vegetables, shellfish, and even breakfast can go on the grill.
Cool Summer Desserts
We love a dense, decadent dessert as much as anyone, but when it’s hot we find thoughts of gooey fudge turning to dreams of cream and fruit flavors—chilled, please.
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