If pasta salad didn’t already exist, the first person invited to a potluck picnic would pretty much have to invent it. A cold salad of penne or macaroni, tossed with summer vegetables, meats, cheeses, herbs, and a bold dressing is the perfect thing to transport out to the coast, to drop on a picnic table, harmonizing beautifully with anything coming off the grill. Here, as inspiration for what to haul to your next party, are 9 of our recent favorites. Continue at Source: 9 Summer Pasta Salad Recipes for Every Picnic, Potluck, and BBQ
Get ready to shuck, slice and eat right off the cob!
With corn in its peak season June through September, now’s the time to dive into recipes that use the vegetable all different ways. While corn on the cob boiled or grilled is delightful with just a bit of butter and salt, kernels can also be shaved into salads, tacos and more — especially with Ina Garten’s simple hack. Continue at Source: 10 corn recipes that will a-maize you this summer
It’s time to start searing, grilling, and stir-frying steak at home. Here are nine foolproof ways to cook prime rib—no culinary training required.
Prime rib has a reputation for being extremely fancy and fussy. (Probably because it costs upwards of 60 bucks when you order it at a high-end steakhouse.) But you can easily find the cut at your neighborhood butcher, and surprisingly, it isn’t that pricey or tough to make. It’s time to start searing, grilling and stir-frying steak at home. Here are nine foolproof ways to cook prime rib—no culinary training required. Continue at Source: 9 Easy Prime Rib Recipes You Can Master at Home
Litchi Recipes: Make the most of sweet and citrusy Litchis this summer season with these delectable recipes that you can easily prepare at home. From sorbet and daiquiri to custard and salad, we’ve got the best of lychee recipes for you to relish at home. Continue at Source: 5 Best Litchi Recipes | Lychee Recipes To Prepare At Home
Chocolatey goodness can be found in all of these incredible cacao recipes! They’ll be the perfect way to end your day – with a dessert that has incredible flavor from cacao and other awesome ingredients from strawberry to oreo, there’s something for everyone. Check out these 15 cacao recipes on our Food Monster App, and tell us which one you love the most! Continue at Source: 15 Amazing Recipes To Treat Yourself With The Benefits of Cacao! – One Green Planet
More than just a garnish, scallions (aka green onions) add a fresh, grassy, delicate onion flavor to every dish they touch. In these recipes for side dishes, dips, appetizers, and mains, the green onion is king.
Quick, what comes to mind when we say “slow cooker”? Soup? Braised short ribs? True, cold weather is the perfect time to let something comforting simmer away in the Crock-Pot, but so is warm weather. Summer, arguably, is even more appropriate for slow cooking than winter, since in summer, you want to be able to plug in an appliance and get the heck out of the kitchen. Here, to keep you cool and well fed all season long, are 15 summer slow cooker recipes from breakfast to dessert. Continue to Source: 15 Great Reasons to Plug in Your Slow Cooker This Summer
You keep making these long after the 30 days are over.
Are you dieting but hit a weight-loss plateau? Constantly struggling to keep your eyes open at your desk? Feeling aches and pains that can’t be explained? Well, according to the Whole30 website, this diet might be able to help all of the above. (Related: I Lost Weight On Whole30 Without Cheating) Continue at Source: 10 Whole 30 Chicken Recipes That’ll Become Staples In Your Kicthen
Food lovers from around the world flock to The Food & Wine Classic in Aspeneach year to sip, savor, and indulge in demos and dishes from some pretty incredible chefs. And somehow—maybe it’s the fresh mountain air, or just the sheer concentration of culinary talent—everything picks up a little bit of a French accent. Whether you’re a festival veteran, a newbie. or just enjoying from afar, you’re sure to enjoy 10 of our favorite Francophile recipes from Classic chefs past and present. Continue at Source: Indulge in bouillabaisse, souffle, ratatouille, and so much more.
Photographer Gregg Segal is an expert at visualizing our personal impact on the world around us. In his 2014 series 7 Days of Garbage, Segal illustrates the enormous amount of garbage that most people will toss in a single week by photographing his subjects *literally* posed in a week’s worth of trash. For his new book, Daily Bread, Segal shifts his focus from the things we waste to the things we consume by visualizing what an entire week’s diet looks like for children around the globe. Continue at Source: This Is What Kids Are Eating Around The World