Looking for summer recipes? June through September gardens are awash with juicy red tomatoes, thick green beans, purple eggplants and bushy basil. Fresh vibrant foods are in order. We have summer recipes ideal for quick cooking or no cooking at all.
Classic Iced Tea
Although tea is among the oldest beverages known, making a classic iced tea is still an art. This recipe ensures success every time.
Curried Plank-Grilled Salmon
The curry-seasoned marinade and refreshing cucumber-mango relish give grilled fish a decidedly international flair.
Cucumber Mango Relish
Use this refreshing summery relish as a condiment for fish or grilled chicken.
Ensalada Rusa with Marinated Tomatoes
You say potato, I say tomato…add tuna and you have a wonderful dish uniting the best of these three salad stars.
Cilantro and lots of fresh garlic make this salsa an exciting addition to Mediterranean or Latin dishes.
The classic Cobb Salad is back and as popular as it was when it first became a hit in the 1930s at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant.
Green Bean and Tomato Saute
Almost like a warm green bean salad, this side dish has lots of flavor on tap.
Grapefruit Champagne Granita
Very easy, very simple, very refreshing—the perfect sorbet for a hot summer day.
Cranberry Chambord Sorbet
A heady undercurrent of black raspberry liqueur and cranberry flavors hallmark this grown-up sorbet.
Garlic and Herb Beef Tenderloin
A pesto-like fresh herb rub for beef brings a burst of flavor to the holiday table.
Corn Pudding from Holly Hill Inn
This sweet cream corn recipe is from the Holly Hill Inn in Midway, Ky.
Baja Fish Tacos
Hot beer-batter fried fish is cooled by crisp cabbage and a creamy cilantro-spiked sauce.
Cantaloupe and Prosciutto Salad
The classic combination of melon and prosciutto, transformed into a salad.