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When it’s hot out, you probably don’t want to eat something hot, let alone stand over the stove cooking it for an hour. Here are some recipes for “hot weather foods” that require a minimum of cooking and allow maximum enjoyment of the warm weather.
If you’ve never tasted this garlicky mayonnaise, you’re in for a real treat.
I love fruit cobblers, and apricots and strawberries make a particularly nice combination.
Pesto is traditionally made with basil, but other herbs and greens can be equally delicious. Arugula pesto is peppery and slightly spicy – try it with pasta for a simple summer meal.
Arugula isn’t to everyone’s taste, as it has a slightly spicy, peppery flavor. For those who can’t get enough of it, this salad with toasted pine nuts will hit the spot.
These elegant little appetizers are quick and easy to prepare and absolutely delicious.
Asparagus, olives, mint, bell pepper, and onion – a nice mix for a summer salad.
Avocado blended with garlic and hemp oil makes an unusual and delicious salad dressing.
Chilled soups are wonderful in the summertime, and they tend to be incredibly easy to prepare. This creamy avocado soup is no exception.
This is one of the simplest salads ever, and it’s absolutely delicious.
A classic Middle Eastern dip made of roasted eggplant. Delicious!