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It seems that hot summer weather doesn't diminish anyone's sweet tooth! These easy and cool no cook dessert recipes use ice cream, frozen yogurt, fresh fruits, prepared cakes and cookies, and purchased pie crusts for easy preparation and no heat at all. Try some of these summer dessert recipes for lots of flavor, satisfying texture - and sweet taste. Tips for Making No Cook Desserts Use the best fruits you can find; perfectly ripe and fresh. If using frozen fruits, do not thaw before adding to the recipe, unless the recipe tells you to.
Do you like salmon ? I happen to love salmon, so I’m going to share with you a super easy way to whip up some balsamic glazed salmon . Pick up some salmon on the way home and you can be eating in no time.
When you live in a part of the world where there really is no distinct change of seasons, you come to rely on certain signs to tell you when one is slipping into the next. For me, one of the harbingers of Summer is when I see little roadside stands overflowing with freshly picked Georgia peaches popping up along our suburban roads. Whenever I do come across one, it’s hard for me to drive on by. I always have to stop and check it out. I’m usually rewarded with ripe, plump, sweet and juicy little orbs of peachy goodness.
Last week, we brought you a list of the top 15 resources for foodies across the social web. But food lovers have really taken to the web in recent years, and a mere fifteen resources barely scratches the surface of what's out there. There are literally thousands of social web resources for foodies, from food blogs and image sharing communities to full blown social networks and recipe sharing sites. So here are fifteen more social media sites and applications to help you get informed about food, find other foodies, find recipes, and perhaps most importantly, find the best ingredients. As always, please share your favorite resources that aren't on this list in the comments below. Get Informed: Food News and Info
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Clara is 93, a great-grandmother, and a child of the Great Depression. Her memory of hard times food is solid, and just might inspire you to turn cheap grocery fare into family-feeding meals. Up front—if you loathe hearing old-timey stories, or like to make every weeknight's meal out of a cookbook, these aren't the videos for you. Clara's stories, told as she prepares the meal, are alternately intriguing, saddening, or lightly eye-rolling.
BBQ Addicts gained a lot of exposure on our bacon recipe post from twitter so we decided to throw out a post on the best BBQ twitterers (and some general foodies thrown in for good measure). You can follow us on twitter at @BBQAddicts (Aaron) and @BBQAddicts_Jason (Jason – if you hadn’t guessed). In no particular order here are some BBQ twitterers we follow: @SmokeInDaEye – Competition team from NY, nice guys and they know they’re stuff! @BBQCentralShow – All about BBQ here.
This is one purty purty dessert. My MiL from Hawaii makes this for alllll the parties. It’s surprisingly easier than it looks!
Here’s one thing that people all over the world will continue to need even in the worst of recessions: food. And while there are many places you can go to if you want to discover great recipes for home cooking, Cookstr is launching a website later tonight at a press event in New York City that takes a different route than all the cluttered and user-generated content sites out there: it’s all about the top chefs and cookbook authors, baby. Cookstr has managed to sign up over 200 star chefs, cookbook authors and publishers who contribute to a database of high-quality recipes for a wide variety of dishes, with more being added every day (both chefs and recipes).