Top 10 Summer Produce Recipes on Pinterest

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Top 10 Summer Produce Recipes on Pinterest


Whether you need a recipe for dinner from the garden or ideas for preserving the goodies in your CSA share, you’ll find it here (like the 8 large zucchini I bought yesterday when we’re going on vacation for two weeks tomorrow! What was I thinking?).

These are the top summer produce pins I’ve seen lately and hope some match up with the in-season produce you have at hand. Seasonal cooking is a great way to get a fresh taste and buying in bulk direct from the farmer is my favorite way to ease the food budget all year – but you gotta know how to make it last.

Zucchini-Rice Muffins


The Ultimate Summer Produce Guide & Recipes


Preparing Eggplant Before You Cook It


Vegetable & Quinoa Stuffed Zucchini


Layered Ratatouille


7 Ways to Survive the Zucchini Flood from Your Garden


4 Ways to Preserve Blueberries


5 Tips for Maximizing Garden Produce


5 Easy Meals to Make with Summer Produce


Mexican Restaurant Canned Salsa Recipe


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  1. Sheila via Facebook says

    My favorite summer recipe right now is homemade pico de gallo: tomatoes, green peppers, onions, sweet corn, cilantro ….. mmmmmmm.

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