We're at the height of summer cooking right now, and it's all about the easy recipes that get you through the week (and leave the oven off as much as possible) and feed the whole family at your vacation rental. Not to mention the smart recipes that help you cook your way through all the veggies you picked up at the farmers market or that got delivered in this week's CSA.
The 10 most-saved recipes from July help you tackle all that — and get your fill of ice cream.
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Show up at any picnic, BBQ, or potluck with this tangy lemon dessert, and don't be surprised when they fly off the plate.
Get a head-start on this summery breakfast casserole the night before, and come morning all that's left to do is pop it in the oven. You might as well pop in a batch of bacon, too!
When in doubt, go with honey mustard! This is the no-fuss family favorite we're breaking out at the vacation rental and again when we get home for easy weeknight cooking.
No grain bowl is complete without a sauce to bring it all together. And this one blends briny feta into a creamy, dreamy sauce that will make you swoon.
Ratatouille is a summer staple, and my number-one solution for using up a big haul of summer vegetables. Spoon it over pasta or rice, top it with a fried egg, or just eat it on its own.
Want to banish boring chicken forever? Here's your answer, and it guarantees big flavor and serious juiciness.
Inspired by Mexican street corn, this summer slow cooker recipe makes an ideal side dish (although my favorite way to use it as the base for a summery grain bowl!).
Come sweet corn season, chowder is a must — and so is the slow cooker when you don't want to heat up the kitchen.
You know what's better than the run-of-the-mill garlicky pasta you usually make? When garlic is sliced thin and sautéed until it's a touch crispy. It's a total game-changer for pasta night.
Summer is not complete without ice cream, and whether you're vegan or not, this creamy, dreamy treat is about as good as it gets.