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picnic scene
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Dining al fresco is one of the best parts of summer — especially when everyone shares the job of cooking. Just throw down some blankets, chill the wine, and ask your friends to bring their fave dish. And if you need ideas... we've got 'em:
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baked ziti in round dish
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Oh pasta … dress it up, dress it down, eat it fancy or eat it plain. It’s hard not to love this comforting carb no matter how it’s prepared. But it's the classic pasta dishes, like this baked ziti, that we always find ourselves returning to again and again.
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sweet potato slice with cheese and cale on top on a white plate
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Are you still eating toast for breakfast? It's time to try something new: sweet potato toast.
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Woman holding a plate of Southern food
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Hopefully you’re hungry, because these Southern side dishes are just as good — if not better than — the main course! From fluffy biscuits to crispy fried tomatoes to luscious greens, these side dishes are practically a style of cuisine in and of themselves with comforting flavors that transport you to a Sunday supper state of mind.
Jessie Oleson Moore
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We'll say it: A chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwich is probably the most wonderful indulgence of the summer. Or winter. Or whenever — there's really no bad time for these. And this recipe lets you mix and match flavors to create ice cream sandwiches that are even better than the ones you remember eating as a kid.
Nicole Weston
Limoncello in a mason jar with lemons in the background
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This recipe is simple enough to make, but you’re going to have to plan ahead (limoncello needs to steep for a total of at least 40 days). Once it’s steeped and zesty, limoncello is perfect for sipping on hot summer nights — and it can be stored for years.
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The best appetizers are finger foods that don't require any plates or utensils. But unfortunately even we get sick of crackers/cheese and chips/dip. Good news, party people: Most every food can be turned into finger food with the help of an easy-to-make pastry called a vol-au-vent.
Nicole Weston
close up of cilantro on white background
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You can top just about anything with this flavorful green sauce from Mindful Meal Planning. This recipe uses the freshest ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make. We're in!
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plain penne pasta in a white skillet
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This recipe from Mindful Meal Planning is ready to knock your socks off any night of the week. It's as easy as it is yummy, so the whole fam wins!
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baked cloud bread on baking sheet
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Saying that you need flour for bread is a little like saying you need water for rain. Isn't it a given that bread needs flour?
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