Before summer slips away, I would like to make some frozen treats, such as fruit pops. I made several batches of ice cream so far this summer, but now I think it’s time for something icy, on a stick.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
The day before writing this, I came back from the store with many kinds of fresh fruit, but mostly grapes. I even bought some of the new Cotton Candy grapes.
Those who have access to homegrown tomatoes just might have a problem: what to do with all those juicy, fresh globes beyond cutting them up in a tossed salad.
I love to grill this time of year, and actually continue to do so throughout the entire year.
Don’t you think pomegranates are beautiful? Their juicy red seeds look like a treasure chest full of rubies.
Once in a while I get a craving for salsa, but not just any salsa. I love homemade salsa the best.
How are all my favorite cooks faring so far this summer? I am finding it a challenge to prepare dinners without using my oven.