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Try this festive treat, just in time for Independence Day!

Make your next outdoor summer meal epic with a side of grilled watermelon steaks.

Burgers are a summer mainstay, but that doesn't mean they need to be boring.

This is cod covered in a salad version of Elote, grilled corn on the cob coated with mayo and spices.

Tossed with a lemon vinaigrette, this salad has summer written all over it.

How do you make brownies even better? Add a little peanut, salty, crunchiness to the mix!

These breakfast bites freeze really well and are sturdy enough to go along on your next outdoor adventure.

I’ve tried to make a couple of Thai dishes on my own, but the flavors always fell short. I decided to leave the authentic cuisine to the experts and go for something easier at home. This pizza totally fits the bill.

How long has it been since you’ve eaten eggplant? Or have you ever even had eggplant?

These soft sugar cookies get a refreshing flavor boost from lime & adding white chocolate chips never hurts.

These chicken tostadas are simply delicious! The chipotle-lime cream sauce takes them to a whole new level and they are so fresh tasting with lots of different layers of flavor that all work together.

A light, citrus boost gives this fresh salmon a zesty, delicious flavor that comes alive when prepared over the grill.

This quick salmon recipe is perfect for a warm summer night.

While low in carbs and sodium, this cole slaw is definitely high in taste.

Turn up the heat on the grill with this fiery version of an old-time favorite.

Cooking with new and unusual looking veggies can be intimidating. Here’s a recipe to try a Kohlrabi, a veggie similar to a cabbage. Chef Julie Andrews shows us how to prepare the slaw using fresh ginger, a delicious peanut butter and soy dressing, and just a touch of spice!

Love cooking on the grill, but want to do more than basic burgers and the same-old barbecue chicken?

Sorrel has a tart, tangy taste and replaces the need for lemon juice that most pesto recipes call for. It is best used in the Spring to avoid the bitter taste that develops later in the growing season.