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Hurry! It’s still warm. It’s still sunny. Don’t let pumpkin season sneak up on you before enjoying these quintessential summer recipes!
Gently spiced, this jammy plum cake celebrates the summer-into-fall season.
With only a few simple ingredients, this soup has an intense corn flavor that tastes just like summer.
In this jazzed up Caprese salad, a balsamic glaze adds a pop of tangy-sweet flavor to every bite.
On a bed of peppery arugula, burrata with tomato-peach jam makes a perfect starter or light meal.
This trifle is perfect for a summer get-together: it’s refreshing, gorgeous, and you can make it ahead of time.
A Maryland staple, these crab cakes made from fresh lump crab meat and Old Bay are authentic and easy to prepare.
This summery side dish gets a subtle kick of flavor from Old Bay seasoning.
From David Lebovitz’s The Perfect Scoop, this banana ice cream is one of the best homemade ice creams I’ve ever had.
This rich and creamy crab soup tastes like a day on the Eastern shore.
Puréed fresh raspberries give this fresh squeezed raspberry lemonade fruity flavor and a vibrant pink color.
With a flaky, buttery crust folded over juicy plums, this rustic galette makes a showstopping dessert.
Think of this summery salad like a chunkier version of gazpacho.
Ratatouille is a bright and chunky summer vegetable stew, rich with olive oil and fragrant with garlic and herbs.
Whether you serve this grilled shrimp for dinner or as an appetizer, it disappears in a flash. Make extra!
With crispy, olive oil-soaked Italian bread, juicy tomatoes, bell peppers and cucumbers, panzanella makes a light yet satisfying summer supper.
Perfect for hot summer days, this silky-smooth gazpacho is heightened with a touch of curry and turmeric.
This is my go-to pesto recipe — and it’s delicious on just about everything, from pasta to sandwiches to salads.
This make-ahead black bean and corn salad is a real crowd-pleaser. Bonus: it doubles as a dip!
These smoky chicken fajitas will rival those from your favorite Tex-Mex restaurant.
Easy to make and good for you, this is the only guacamole you’ll ever need.
Simple yet spectacular, this dish requires just a handful of ingredients, comes together quickly, and is delicious hot or cold.