Meaty mushrooms grill in a flash and complement just about any meal. If you have leftovers, toss them into an omelette or salad the next day. Be sure to soak wooden skewers in water for 30 minutes before using so that they don't burn.
Perfect for any party or summer barbecue, these green beans make fantastic garnishes for cocktails (think Caesars! You can also add them to any sandwich, burger, cheese platter or charcuterie tray. Or just enjoy them straight out of the jar.
Bacon and Spinach Salad —Avocado and bacon elevate this simple salad to a special side dish. Baby spinach is a mild and extremely versatile green to have in your fridge—toss it into salads, soups and stews or use it as a topping for sandwiches.
Slow Cooker Whisky-Glazed Ribs—Slow-cooked then quickly finished on the grill, sweet and sticky glazed ribs are guaranteed to impress your guests. Pork side ribs are also called St. Louis–style ribs, but back ribs are equally delicious.
Kulfi, also known as Indian ice cream, is sold in India by street vendors as ice pops, or scooped into bowls when served in restaurants. What better way to finish a spicy meal than with a cold, creamy treat studded with pistachios?
The idea of soup on a hot summer day initially sounds unpleasant. However, these chilled soups recipes will convince you that you can put your favourite bright ingredients together to make a dish that will refresh you and everyone you know.