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Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries – these small colorful fruits are great and among the best that summer brings to our plate! Whether in ice cream or a smoothie, or simply eaten by themselves, their sweet-sour taste is unique and will enhance any fruity creation. Filled with nutrition Berries are a true superfood and provide us with lots of vitamins, minerals and nutritional benefits, with minimal calories. As a result, they have an anti-inflammatory effect, which can reduce the risk of cancer and improve the function of the aging brain. In addition, berries promote a healthy metabolism, strengthen the body's defenses and support the heart and circulation. Fresh from the farm Berries are at their best right after they are picked. When this is not possible, a gentle and rapid processing is recommended. Clean the fruits by briefly dipping them in still water and then immediately laying them on a paper towel to drain. The cleaned berries stay in the fridge for one to
A summer salad is perfect in the warm months, whether as a crispy side dish, a snack at a picnic or a light dinner during the week. This recipe of spicy arugula, sour feta and sweet-fruity watermelon refreshes and brings carefree enjoyment on hot days. Ingredients: Serves 4 2¼ cups of watermelon, diced 10 oz. arugula 1 cup feta cheese 2/3 cup walnuts, chopped 2 limes 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon orange juice pepper sugar mint Preparation: 1. Cut watermelon into small, bite-sized pieces. 2. Wash arugula and pat
When grilling season arrives, the backyard barbecue is where you want to be. From main dishes to veggies to desserts, there are so many creative grilling recipes to transform mealtime in the hot summer months and beyond. Marinate with a difference - Rubs. Dry rubs consist of salt, sugar, various spices and herbs, all combined to create the desired flavor. Because the flavor won’t infuse deep into the food, choose to go bold when creating your own rub flavors. Keep in mind, the larger the piece of meat you are preparing
Wild strawberries have been nibbled on since the Stone Age. In ancient times, the strawberry was considered a remedy, which eventually led to their cultivation in the Middle Ages. Nothing says summertime more than the arrival of strawberries. Grocery stores, farmer markets and roadside stands are filled with juicy, sweet strawberries, ripe and ready to sweeten the season. Eat them straight from the vine, blend them in smoothies, use them to top a summer salad, or create a delicious strawberry tart. Enjoy
What’s more satisfying than perfectly cooked ribs or grilled chicken? Perfectly cooked ribs or grilled chicken dipped in a spicy BBQ sauce. Whether it’s meat slowly cooked in the smoker, or vegetables cooked on a grill, your summer dishes can be enhanced by the variety and culinary creativity of barbecue sauces. Enjoy traditional spicy BBQ sauces, or try fruit chutneys, which make a wonderful contrast to the smoky grilled food. We have put together a few sauce recipes for you that will make your barbecu