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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.
A cool recipe with tropical flavor.
Simple, delicious, and very refreshing: frozen banana puréed into something that’s quite like ice cream, without the dairy and calories.
When you eat basil, don’t throw those leafless stems away – use them to make a delicious basil-infused oil that tastes like summer.
Red beans combined with wheat gluten make a hearty and almost disturbingly meat-like burger.
This sweet-tart sauce is wonderful on pancakes, French toast, and ice cream.
A small serving of this sweet drink is delightful after a filling lunch.
Light and crunchy slices of eggplant and zucchini make a wonderful summer dish.
The ingredients for this dish are very simple, so get the freshest and best you can.
Rich, cold, and a lovely shade of orange, carrot vichyssoise swirled with a balsamic reduction will impress your friends and delight your tastebuds – only you will know how simple it is to prepare.
This dairy-based, traditional Jewish soup is light and refreshing.
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