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This week: elote, quinine, granita, ceviche, and other (hard-to-pronounce) things you usually buy out—made at home.
- Your G&T gets a whole lot fancier with the addition of homemade quinine syrup. (Honestly Yum)
- Make lobsters like they do Annie Hall, but with a grill instead of a pot, and hopefully with fewer escapee lobsters. You can do it! (A Better Happier St. Sebastian)
- No need to wait for a street fair or a visit to your local taco truck: Elote is easy to make at home. (The Merry Thought)
- All you need to make ceviche is the freshest seafood you can find (and a glass of cold wine to wash it down with). (Eat In My Kitchen)
- Gooseberries are only in season for a few weeks—get as many as you can, and then make this pie. (Farmette)
- Negroni lovers: Scrape together a batch of citrusy Campari granita. (Orangette)
- Turn your bumper crop of summer squash into a sophisticated risotto with toasty bacon and shallots. (Not Eating Out in New York)
- We won't tell if you eat this labneh panna cotta with broiled figs for breakfast as well as for dessert (there's yogurt in there, right?). (A Brown Table)
What food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!