Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Summer, Everyday

Summer spirit continues to find its way into my mailbox and, subsequently, into my kitchen. The summer (July/August) issue of Everyday Food arrived yesterday with more fun ideas and creative, simple recipes than I know what to do with. And, once again, the design of this happy little digest continues to evolve and improve with each passing issue, it seems. Below are some highlights.

The cover is a red-white-and-blue ode to summer dining. (Look at those s'mores!)
A centerfold design at the back of the magazine is a creative way to showcase the best in burgers.

At the beginning of the magazine, there are 50 ways to celebrate summer, including tasting tomatoes off the vine, eating corn off the cobb (dressed with salt, pepper and lime), throwing a pool party and eating leftover pie for breakfast.

This feature (Eat Out at Home) has a gorgeous recipe for stuffed tomatoes that uses fresh goat cheese and marjoram. I really can't wait to try this one.
Unusual and delicious-looking pizzas are the focus of a feature about making this healthy and simple Italian main course at home, in favour of the take-out menu.

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