This fresh tomato soup was a creation from the surplus of tomatoes overflowing on my kitchen counter; it turned out to be a delicious, healthy family meal.
Today actually marks the first day after National Ice Cream Month. Typical me, I’m running a little behind, but it’s totally worth the wait.
With guests coming into town and a bowl of stone fruit on hand, I decided to adapt this very forgiving strawberry cake recipe, I freelanced this time with donut peaches and plums.
Are you sick of peach recipes yet? Me, too! Nonetheless, here’s another fresh way to use up those peaches.
The goal of summer entertaining is making it relaxed, fresh and enjoyable— even for the hostess.
I love making these chips now for my own family, knowing that the ingredients are so simple, fresh and from my garden.
I am loving these cocktails as we roll into summer; it’s perfect for a round of cricket, croquet or oh, bloody hell…even watching Nascar. The only problem with this refreshing cocktail is that it’s hard to stop at just one.
I’m currently lusting over this basket ricotta cheese from Bellwether Farms. And like most recipes on the site, it’s all about combining well-chosen, in-season ingredients to create simple, delicious food…it just takes a “few good men” to make for some pretty happy women.
I always know summer is coming when our beloved mulberry bush is bursting with deliciously ripe, sweet and sometimes tart, fruit. This mulberry syrup uses up what we have in the garden and it feels like such a treat served over iced sparkling water.
This cobbler is a great way to welcome ripe summer flavors, courtesy of Thomas Keller.