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Category: Recipes

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zzzzzzpeppers

It’s magic. 

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mexicancorn

Yes, please. 

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peapea

Eat a peach. Make it crispy. 

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blackberries

Food 52 has compiled some refreshing-looking late summer drinks for us, like this one from The Broken Bread. 

Bottom’s Up.

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angeltom

Trip to Bountiful.

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Tomato-corn-basil-salad

Summer, en Francais. 

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Yeah, I know it’s Thursday afternoon. I know it’s hot. But what the hell? It’s always a good time for buttermilk pancakes. 

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friedchix

Fried chicken sandwiches are all the rage these days. I had a delicious one at Allswell, a lovely spot in a tragically hip Brooklyn neighborhood a few weeks back.

Serious Eats shows us how to make ‘em at home.

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panzella

More tomato love.

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Dukes-Mayonnaise-1

I don’t have anything against Mayonnaise but it never occurred to me to put it on a simple tomato sandwich. But that’s how they roll down South so last weekend I gave it a try after picking up some nice, rip tomatoes from a local farmer’s market. And you know what? Southerners know what they’re doing.

Over at Garden & Gun, Jed Portman explains why Duke’s matters. 

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noodles

To Stay or  To Go. 

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Interesting…

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watermelon-popsicles-6

Pop.

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Fun-looking peach and plum salad from Saveur.

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David Lebovitz gives pickled strawberry preserves. I’d try it, sure.

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bellini

Alexandra gives Whole Peach Bellini. Bottom’s up.

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cherrypiedeep

Deep. 

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berrygrill

Flourishing Foodie gives triple berry crumble on the grill. Why the hell now?

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