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Saturday, July 17, 2010

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I saw this interesting recipe on Tasty Kitchen for rosemary roasted vegetable stacks that you cook on the grill, and use the rosemary as a skewer. I also found this recipe for lemon almond basil pesto that sounds like an interesting twist. And how about some grilled zucchini fries.

Taste of Home has a recipe for Refrigerator Dill Pickles. It has been over 20 years since my mother-in-law and I made a batch. I would like to try to make these but the two of us can't eat 100 spears in two months! I would like to make a quarter recipe.

The peaches we have eaten this summer are so good! I have enjoyed eating a peach with some yogurt and a sprinkle of granola. This recipe for Peach Brown Betty looks great. I found it at My Kitchen Cafe

If you like to can fruits and vegetables this time of year, I found some resources that you might find helpful at Simple Bites.  The USDA has a complete guide for canning. The National Center for Home Food Preservation (also part of USDA) has guidelines for freezing and drying food here. Ball also has recipes and tips for successful canning.

This Zucchini and Ricotta Galette likes like a great way to use zucchini. Thanks to Smitten Kitchen whose recipes are always excellent!

Spinach Tiger has a recipe for Flank Steak in Honey Marinade that sounds and looks amazing. A great meal for the BBQ on a very hot day!

I found this article very interesting regarding sugar vs artificial sweetener.
From the Huffington Post.

Allrecipes has a group of homemade ice cream recipes to enjoy this summer.

Speaking of ice cream, The Food Lab tells you how to make real ice cream without a machine. You can read that here.

Taste of Home has a recipe for a baked peach pancake. It looks great!

If you enjoy baking and baking products, Wilton has scalloped baking cups for muffins or anything else you want to bake in them. They come in pink, blue and teal. You can find them here.

How about pizza with only one pan to clean. The Changeable Table has a recipe for upside down pizza in a wok. It bakes in the oven for about 20 minutes. It is an interesting concept.

Cheeky Kitchen has 10 minute chili. If your summer is as busy as mine, you are also looking for short-cuts.

Cowboy Caviar is a summer must have. It is a healthy snack especially with homemade pita chips. You can find the recipe here on One Perfect Bite. If you like all things lavender, you can see her recipes for lavender sugar, lavender butter and lavender salad dressing here.

Judy's Kitchen has a chocolate coconut sorbet recipe that uses coconut milk and fresh ginger! You can find her recipe here. Her mango sorbet looks great too!

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