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Chef John's Peach Pie. Dad's Creamy Cucumber Salad. Crisp Pickled Green Beans. Peach Muffins. Blueberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake. Peppered Shrimp Alfredo.

45+ Easy Summer Meals That Take 20 Minutes or Less

Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler. Chef John's recipe for lattice-top peach pie is the perfect summer dessert. By Chef John. Summer Corn Salad. This fresh and flavorful salad features buttery yellow corn tossed with chunks of tomato and onion with a fresh basil vinaigrette. By Eileen. Chicken Salad with Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato. This chicken salad has a creamy dressing and is best served over crisp lettuce leaves.

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Mediterranean Summer Tomatoes. This is a very simple and yummy side dish. I learned in while living in France from an old Mediterranean lady. This is always a hit!

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By Scarlett. Strawberry-Melon Summer Salad. A lightly sweetened dressing made with lemon yogurt adds to this refreshing and colorful salad of strawberries, cantaloupe, and watermelon.

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  • By Drizzler. Mid-Summer Italian Bread Salad. A crusty rosemary bread works nicely for this classic Italian salad. The bread - pulled into bite-sized pieces - tomatoes, cucumbers and red onions, are tossed with fresh herbs and just enough vinegar and oil to give them a nice glistening. Four generous servings. By Tamara. This recipe is for hot, buttery and spicy corn. Corn on the cob is covered with a spicy herb butter, wrapped in foil, and cooked on the grill.

    By Deann. Halve the cucumbers and remove the seeds. Grate the cucumbers into the bowl with the salt and garlic. Stir in the yogurt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, olive oil, mint, red pepper flakes and black pepper. Taste and adjust with more lemon juice or other seasonings, if needed. Refrigerate at least 30 minutes or overnight before serving.

    Cold soup variation: Stir into the dip just enough plain yogurt, buttermilk or whole milk to give the dip the consistency of soup. Note: This very simple pork roast makes a fabulous dinner with glorious leftovers for hearty sandwiches later in the week. Next day, turn leftover potatoes into potato salad and serve the pork on crusty rolls. You can make this roast a day or two ahead to bring along with you to serve later in the week. The roast cooks for a long time, so plan.

    Put the fennel seed, parsley, rosemary, sage, garlic and a generous pinch of salt and pepper into a food processor and process until smooth.

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    Spread the paste over the pork and wrap the pork in foil to rest for at least 4 hours or overnight. Preheat the oven to degrees. Scatter the fresh fennel and onions over the bottom of a roasting pan and add the wine, then set the pork on top of the vegetables. Roast for about 1 hour; the meat should be brown at this point.

    Cover the roast with foil, lower the heat to degrees and continue roasting until the meat is very, very tender, about 4 to 5 hours. Remove; shred the meat. Serve with the meat juices. Italian sandwiches: Layer the meat with provolone cheese on hard rolls and warm in the oven until the cheese is melted.

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    BBQ sandwiches: Season the pulled pork with your favorite barbecue sauce, warm it all and serve over buns soft or potato style. Tacos and nachos: Layer the pork with spiced black beans and shredded Cheddar cheese, blast in a hot oven until the cheese is bubbly and serve with salsa. Home All Sections Search. Log In Welcome, User. Minneapolis St. Researchers question Census Bureau's new approach to privacy. After summer tailspin, Sun Country redesigns its customer service. Minnesota students getting more test accommodations, data show.

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    Herbs are at their best this time of year. Mix and match tender varieties, like basil and mint, and use them as you would salad greens. Ice cream scoops easiest with a hot scoop; dip one in a bowl of hot water between each serving to make scooping a breeze. Refrigerate or freeze to enjoy through the fall. Keep lemonade and a bottle of sparkling wine in the fridge at all times. Leafy greens of all kinds, such as Bibb, Boston, and red leaf lettuce, crop up at markets throughout summer; try them in sandwiches or as the main attraction in a tossed salad.

    Nasturtium leaves and flowers add peppery notes when tossed into salads or tucked into sandwiches—look for them among the other greens at the farmers market. Oregano , when fresh, bursts with flavor and is a surprising substitute for basil or parsley. Have extra? Tie a bunch with kitchen twine and hang it to dry for DIY dried oregano.

    Packing for a picnic is easier with an insulated thermos big enough to hold the gazpacho. It'll stay chilled until you're ready to serve. Quiche with roasted peppers and corn helps use up extra bushels.