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    Summertime

    Portland, Oregon is not supposed to get hot. Everyone says it doesn't get hot. They lied! So here are some recipes for summer's bounty, many of which don't involve too much cooking.
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    We finally convinced my grandma to write down some of her recipes!

    Recipe #387567

    This is how my family makes basil pesto - it is easy to make, store, and eat!

    Recipe #454141

    Two amazing flavors in one place--how can you go wrong? Found at Allrecipes.com posted by Liza; posting here for ZWT 8.

    Recipe #483697

    Featured on Carla's Kitchen Confessions' facebook page -- Recipe by Cooking4mykids.com -- Cook time equals freeze time!

    Recipe #480927

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Delightful mix of flavors from Prevention magazine. Although I submitted the cooking directions for the couscous as given, please check the directions on your particular package. The cooking directions on my box were different so I followed the package instructions, rather than the recipe, for cooking the couscous. The balsamic vinegar does darken the dish, so use white balsamic if you prefer. I have never used it, though, so I am unsure what taste difference there would be.

    Recipe #132256

    A recipe that goes back years and a great way to use up all that zucchini left over from summers crop, you may adjust all seasonings to taste --- if you are a garlic lover then you may increase to 1 teaspoon, I also add in a pinch of cayenne pepper for a little heat --- use only dry breadcrumbs for this --- if your seasoned breadcrumbs already have salt added then omit the 1/4 teaspoon salt --- as one reviewer mentioned that she dipped the sticks into Ranch dressing so you might want to give that a try using a low fat dressing or dip :)

    Recipe #69063

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A spicy Persian salad that is served warm with a sprinkling of herbs. You can use chickpeas, or a variety of other beans in this dish.

    Recipe #82270

    3 Reviews |  By VickiAk

    Got this recipe from Pampered Chef, very good pasta salad.

    Recipe #325799

    7 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    FANTASTIC! A great side dish for just about any meal. Save this recipe for when your tomatoes in the garden are ripe and luscious! (or if you have a Farmer's Market, get them from there). First made this in 2009, and have used large cherry tomatoes instead of plum tomatoes and they were great too...good tomatoes for this are a MUST! I have also added about 1/2 cup Gruyere cheese along with the 1 cup of parmesan on the top for a real cheesy treat! Any rustic bread will do, but make sure you cut it in the 1/2 inch dice. Also, use fresh Parmesan cheese, it really makes a difference. It's VERY important to get it into the oven as soon as possible, else it may end up a bit soggy. This is adapted from Barefoot Contessa; Episode Farm Stand Food.

    Recipe #421331

    This recipe comes from "What's Cooking" Newsletter from Wholefoods Market. I think Piquillo Peppers are the brand of roasted peppers so you could make your own if you cannot find them or use a substitute brand. I am sure that this brand was chosen because there are no pesticides used in growing them. I have not tried this yet but it looks very delicious. Cooking time reflects refrigeration time.

    Recipe #183785

    From Cooking Pleasures magazine. Easy, quick and good.

    Recipe #231833

    Shrimp marinated in lemon, garlic, and parsley for 30 minutes, then grilled. Can be used as an appetizer or main dish. This recipe also works well with scallops.

    Recipe #121701

    Such a nice light dessert dish - very very tasty!!

    Recipe #426944

    Sprinkled with brown sugar, the figs are grilled for several minutes until they are tender and exploding with flavor and then paired with a dollop of creamy honey ricotta. Adapted from About.com.

    Recipe #370995

    I saw a picture of this in Better Homes & Gardens magazine and can't wait to try this with fresh from the garden tomatoes!

    Recipe #164080

    This is really easy to make. There were no leftovers! What a great combination of flavors and textures. Serve with tortilla chips on the side.

    Recipe #152136

    A great sauce for all those tomatoes you don't know what to do with. Plus if you put it in freezer bags it takes up very little room in your freezer and great tasting.

    Recipe #183790

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    A quick and delicious side dish, or lunch salad. From Canadian Living Test Kitchen.

    Recipe #416314

    I prefer a good portabella mushroom sandwich to a typical veggie burger anyday, and this one is excellent. It's juicy, garlicky and cheesy, and really quick. Try it on the grill in the summer, on grilled French bread with garden-fresh tomato ... mmmmmmm! Prep time includes marinating mushrooms.

    Recipe #86808

    this is my favorite salad at Wild Oats Market

    Recipe #256161

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