New York Times ran a series on mocktails and I particularly like this one.
Craig Richards of St. Cecilia demoed this recipe at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market. Love the combination of melon, cucumber and peppers.
No idea where this recipe came from, but I am more and more in love with dried fruit in salads. With the nutty flavors of Parmesan? Yum.
This recipe was in Saveur magazine. I would never have thought of peaches and green beans, but it’s truly delicious. Just as good with basil or parsley as with the oregano.
Everyone needs one more deviled egg recipe. Right? This one’s from something called “Homestyle Family Favorites Annual Recipes 2008.” They use just a few of the egg yolks in order to reduce the cholesterol in the deviled eggs. If that’s not an issue in your family, then keep them all!
Jenn Robbins demoed this recipe at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market. A nice change from tomatoes and cucumbers with a vinaigrette.
I love eggplant and was so tickled to see it in the box today. Maybe for today, maybe for later in the summer when you need some other eggplant ideas, try this slow-cooker recipe for an eggplant sauce. Love it. The original came from Better Homes and Gardens magazine. It calls for canned tomatoes, but when the tomatoes start coming in, it’s delicious made with fresh tomatoes.
Or turn your green beans into salad. Again, source for this recipe … unknown!
Time to bring out the pickling recipes. I’m sorry I don’t remember where this one came from, but it’s pretty standard. The notes in the recipe are from the original (whatever that was!) source.
If you want to add a little sugar, that works, too. This one is so easy. No heating, just make a brine and then add the beans and seasoning. You could do the same with spears of squash.