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Paella cooked outside on the grill.
Grilled corn salad with tomatoes and basil.
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BLT's and having fun with hamburgers. Tomato everything.
grilled home made sausage, grilled burgers, grilled corn on the cob, grilled everything.
I make a killer sangria and over-pack it with fruit. I take the left over, booze soaked, fruits and make a great sorbet.
This is a thorough pain in the @#$, what with all the dicing and slicing and toasting and roasting (in eggplant season!) and chiffonade-ing and quartering and so-on and so-forth, but this is my summer crack.
...if you make it just for you, you can eat it everyday for a week.
I personally find all the dicing and slicing and toasting and roasting and chiffonade-ing and quartering and so-on and so-forth" some what therapeutic. And my Wife likes that about me :) I'll give this recipe a whirl, thanks for the link!
I like it too, really I do! But not while I am melting. Tthis is serious business here. Roasting! In August! In New York!
I can't take the heat, much to my mother's dismay, I have never cooked in a professional kitchen.
One of lifes great pleasures is opening the double doors of a heat blasting commercial convection oven in a kitchen that is already over 100 F ;)
Yeah, in January in Minnesota.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
But you still have summer to look forward to
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