Hi everybody! It’s time to share what some of our readers and bloggers had to say for last month’s Monthly Morsel Question What’s your favorite Summertime Recipe?
Check out some of their tasty recipes and favorites, and don’t forget to see our latest Monthly Morsel Question at the bottom we’d love you to join in and share your favorites!
Kristy from Mommy Hates Cooking said:
“My favorite is Aunt Peggy’s Homemade Ice Cream.”
Danica from Danica’s Daily said:
“My favorite summer time treats involve all the fresh, in season produce you can pick up at your local farmer’s market. Since it is usually blazing hot, I like to keep cooking to a minimum or grilling outside. Some of my favorites include:
- BBQ Chicken
- Vegan Pasta Salad ~ perfect for all those grill outs!
- Anything involving ice cream, sherbert or sorbet! Add watermelon to the mix and I am pretty sure that might be my favorite meal of all time!”
Bethany from This, That & T’other said:
“One of my favorite summer recipes is this squash one. It is the only way my husband will eat squash, and my nephews like it also!”
Dawn from D.M.R. Fine Foods said:
“A Favorite Recipe I Make During Summertime is a refreshing, cooling Arnold Palmer Special. It combines Summer’s most popular drinks–iced tea and lemonade–for the best Summer sip. The Arnold Palmer Special takes the traditional drink and adds a unique twist to up the yumminess factor. Even more, it’s kid-friendly and also great for entertaining.”
Cal Orey, Author-Intuitive said:
Doing the Salsa to Chill. So many choices, from a fresh cherry bundt cake to a tuna sandwich on a warm croissant. I prefer the no-cook recipes. Today, I’m going to say it’s my good for you homemade chunky salsa. It’s awesome and addictive. So easy to prepare with fresh Roma tomatoes, a taste of extra virgin olive oil, cilantro, green onions, and a few other hot ingredients of Mother Nature’s Finest. Once you DIY, you’ll never go back to the store bought stuff in a jar or plastic container or yearn for restaurant types. Chill and it’s oh so good with whole grain chips.
Adam Salamone from Harvard Common Press said:
For the hot summer months, I love using my slow cooker, not only because I can set it before work and come home to a great meal, but also because it keeps the kitchen from heating up. One recipe I made that I’ll be going back to again and again is the so-called Mahogany-glazed pork roast from Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Cookbook (got it off our company shelf)â€¦it has hints of orange marmalade for a little summer-citrus, is a great hearty meal after a long day of work and cooks up to moist and tender perfection. Yum!
Now it’s time to answer the next Monthly Morsel question: What is your favorite dessert recipe that you can’t resist?
Did you know that August is Eat Dessert First month? I think that’s fantastic! How many times have you found yourself wanting to reach for that irresistible looking dessert before even diving into your meal? I know this girl has… so how about sharing what your dessert vices are and what amazing recipes you’ve come up with.
Email us your answer or just simply comment on this blog post, and we’ll publish your answers and link to your blog at the end of the month. Got some blogger friends who would like us to link to them too? Ask them to answer the Monthly Morsel question too!
Have a great day!
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