hemingway popularized the addition of grapefruit to the classic summer cocktail, but i stand by the lime & orange variation here. something about drinking a daiquiri on a hot summer day really transports you to Florida circa 1950. add or subtract sugar based on personal preference!
not to be all "italian" but bruschetta (brew-SKET-ta) actually refers to the char of the bread, which then gets smothered in olive oil and topped with any number of salty bits. here are a few options for how to properly serve this classic appetizer
these are like a regular taco's super cool vegan cousin. double the carbs and heavy on peppers, the roasted veggies make up for what you miss out on in meat. well, kind of. it's spicy potatoes in tortillas, how bad can that be?
as much as i love a muffin that's actually a cupcake, this recipe is something you can eat for breakfast without feeling like a human piece of garbage for the rest of the day. use any fruit you wish but it's summer and the apricots are hitting
you can honestly use any fresh herbs you like here but i highly recommend the combo below. serve the fresh sauce over warm steak, add some salad, vegetables, potatoes, rice--this can be eaten as a stand alone meal or with pretty much any side that suits your fancy
flaky white fish slightly blackened because brown food tastes good, and it's fun to grill things. pile your tacos with crunchy slaw, grilled summer corn, and everything else that will render this dish wildly inauthentic but incredibly tasty
i can't imagine this recipe would be any less delicious using apricots or plums-- hell, try it with cherries or pears and let me know how it goes. completely basic cake is transformed by in-season fruit and a splash of both vanilla and almond extracts to make a very special breakfast or dessert that will make your mom say "it's okay," which is passive-aggressive for outstanding