Summer Recipes: Make the Most of the Food in Season

Fresh Food Using Seasonal Ingredients

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Enjoy our best summer recipes and revel in the season’s bounty! Now is the best time to savor juicy fruit ripened by the Sun, and bring fresh tomatoes, squash, and sweet corn from the garden to the table.

Tomato Recipes

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Credit: Sam Jones/Quinn Brein

Zucchini and Squash Recipes

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    Spinach Recipes

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    Credit: Sam Jones/Quinn Brein

    Sweet Corn Recipes

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    Credit: Travellight/Shutterstock

    Onion Recipes

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    Credit: Nataliya Arzamasova/shutterstock

    Cucumber Recipes

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    Photo Credit: Catherine Boeckmann. There is nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than a Cucumber and Tomato Salad.

    Bell Pepper Recipes

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    Photo Credit: vanillaechoes/www.shutterstock.com. Of course you’ve had tomato soup, but have you tried it with bell peppers? Give it a shot, and we think you’ll be delighted.

    Green Bean Recipes

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    Blueberry Recipes

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    Credit: Becky Luigart-Stayner

    Peach Recipes

    Peach Cobbler

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    Photo Credit: Brent Hofacker/Shutterstock

    More Fruit Recipes

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    Credit: Becky Luigart-Stayner

    More Vegetable Recipes

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    Photo Credit: Vezzani Photography/Shutterstock

    Browse our recipe collection on our cooking page for more great recipes.

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    I have a question about the

    I have a question about the basil/tomato frittata recipe recently in my email (which sounds delicious!)--when the recipe says eight ounces of cheddar cheese, and 4 of jack cheese, are these weights or 8 oz./4oz. in a standard measuring cup? Appreciate and answer from someone smarter than me!

    If you're referring to this

    If you're referring to this recipe: http://www.almanac.com/recipe/... then the answer is 8 oz and 4 oz are weights. Take an 8 oz block of cheddar cheese and grate it. Take a 4 oz block of Monterey Jack cheese and grate it. Hope this helps!