What's for Dinner This Week: Our Favorite Grilled Chicken, a Wedge Salad, and More Easy Summer Recipes
These dinner recipe ideas plus a handy shopping list will get you through this August week.
Advice on choosing lentils, broth, and vegetables and making it vegan or meaty—plus a reminder that it doesn't take that long to make lentil soup.
Here are five fresh weeknight recipes you should make, plus a shopping list.
They're convenient, easy to tote, and portioned just right for a picnic, beach day, camping trip, or sipping on the porch.
What's for Dinner This Week: Lots of Grilling, Plenty of Tomatoes, and More Fresh, Easy Recipes
Here's our list of delicious, doable weeknight dinner recipes, plus a shopping list.
Fresh or frozen? Shell on or off? Here, discover everything you need to know about sourcing, freezing, and thawing everyone's favorite shellfish.
With a wide array of fruits and vegetables at their peak during the warmer months, it's easy to put together a summer salad made with fresh ingredients. Whether you pair seasonal produce with cheese or fish or chicken or serve a chopped mix of your favorite vegetables, there are so many ways to make a summertime salad that will appeal to everyone at the table. When we say salad, we don't always mean leafy greens. The summer salad recipes we've collected here include ones that star corn, cucumber, beets, and summer squash, as well as dishes that celebrate heirloom tomatoes, ripe peaches, juicy watermelon, and other peak-season fruits. These light, bright dishes are refreshing and colorful—and are made with raw ingredients or just a few judiciously chosen cooked elements. From light and tangy to protein-packed and filling, these are our favorite salad recipes for summer.
Trade your usual scoops for a milkshake, sundae, ice cream sandwich, or a celebration bombe. Thanks to store-bought ice cream, they're easy to make and entirely impressive.
Summer often means grilled meals, and while there's nothing wrong with that, one-pan dinners are a good option for warm weather meals, too. Whether made on one sheet pan, in one skillet, a saucepan, or in a Dutch oven, these summer one-pan dinners are lighter and brighter than the casseroles and stews that are our go-tos in fall and winter. They're still filling and nutritious, but feature plenty of summer produce. Don't worry, we're not telling you to put away the grill altogether. We use the grill (or a griddle pan) as our one "pan" in a few recipes. In addition to grilled dinners, you'll find main-dish salads, plenty of pasta, and maybe even a creamy chowder or two. There will also be some broiling, because it's quick and has very tasty results, but we're not as focused as we are in cooler weather on using the stovetop or oven to get dinner on the table.