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Summer Palate

Summer Palate

Light, breezy and oh-so-refreshing are non-negotiables for summer fare.

  • Dave Lee
    Published 2 years ago
    No-Bake Summer Desserts

    No-Bake Summer Desserts

    Who likes to use the oven in the summer? It gives off a ton of heat and requires you to constantly check the dessert. It can be exhausting baking. Try these amazing no-bake summer desserts to avoid using the oven and too much effort. These desserts will easily impress your guests and are a great way to relax and cool off during the summer.
  • Rowan Marley
    Published 2 years ago
    Easy Summer Desserts

    Easy Summer Desserts

    Summertime is one of the few seasons where desserts always seem like a mandatory part of every party. After all, what would the boardwalk be without ice cream or saltwater taffy? Worse would be a picnic or summer BBQ without popsicles for the kids.
  • Felicity Harley
    Published 2 years ago
    Glorious Passion Fruit

    Glorious Passion Fruit

    The Spanish name "flor das cinco chagas" was first given to this wonderful fruit by missionaries in Brazil. I am sure there are other names used for passion fruit by the indigenous inhabitants of Brazil, but I have not been able to easily find them.
  • Mackenzie Z. Kennedy
    Published 3 years ago
    Gluten-Free Summer Desserts

    Gluten-Free Summer Desserts

    Summer desserts are always so tasty, but at times, many people can't enjoy classic summertime sweets. After all, gluten intolerance is a real issue — and that makes things like cakes, donuts, and ice cream sandwiches harder to enjoy, if not downright impossible.
  • Andrea Dawson
    Published 3 years ago
    Spend Your Summer Safe and Sound: 8 Ways to Avoid Food Poisoning This Summer

    Spend Your Summer Safe and Sound: 8 Ways to Avoid Food Poisoning This Summer

    The vacation season is at its peak and people try to make the most of the long sunny days, enjoying outdoor weekend escapes, pool parties, and garden barbecues. However, due to the high temperatures and the tendency to eat out more, this is also the season with the highest food poisoning risk. In order to keep having a pleasant summer time, take into consideration our useful food safety advice:
  • Elysa Noelle
    Published 3 years ago
    The First Sign of Summer

    The First Sign of Summer

    Recently, as the NYC weather finally starting getting better, my boyfriend and I began the season-long "what do you want to do today" argument, because warm weather means emerging out of the comfort of your Blanket Burrito and Netflix, and returning to the outside world. As always, I'm going to want to go out to eat. The issue with that though is the simple fact that neither of us is the richest person alive—or even richest in our neighborhood. The struggle to find good food on a budget is super real, and oftentimes leads to some sort of bickering.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 3 years ago
    Grill Recipes from Around the World

    Grill Recipes from Around the World

    As a food critic and a fan of cooking, I have long since learned to love a good grill setup. Grilling has the amazing ability to unlock natural flavors, improve meat's texture, and also get that incredibly smoky-juicy combination that makes everything taste a million times better.
  • Penny Pleasance
    Published 3 years ago
    A Corn Lover's Guide to Getting the Most Out of Early Season Corn

    A Corn Lover's Guide to Getting the Most Out of Early Season Corn

    I have a friend who will not eat corn. She will eat foie gras and grilled sardines and truffles of course. But she will not eat corn. Don’t ask me why. Whenever she starts to tell me, I immediately stop listening. It just isn’t something I can pretend to comprehend.
  • Rowan Marley
    Published 3 years ago
    Best Summer Desserts

    Best Summer Desserts

    Desserts are a lot like bands—everyone has a favorite. Everyone's favorite desserts also tend to shift with the seasons, which mean that the best summer desserts are often very different from the ones people would enjoy in winter.