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Take your taste buds on the road with dishes from our favorite places and cookout classics from across the country. Plus, fun foods for the Fourth of July!
Easy Smoked Ribs
Instead of smoking these baby back ribs for hours, this recipe lets your oven do the hands-off cooking, then finishes them on the grill for the same smoky flavor in a fraction of the time.
Fruit and Cheese Sparklers
Ripe watermelon and blueberries join forces in this light summer snack. Get the kids in the kitchen to help cut out the stars and thread them onto the skewers.
Citrus Kombucha Mocktail(with video)
Explore the nutritional benefits of probiotics in this refreshing nonalcoholic drink that’s perfect morning, noon, or night.
Green Chili Cheeseburger
Inspired by a diner favorite from New Mexico, this recipe tops grilled burgers with two types of mild chili peppers that pair perfectly with ultra-melty American cheese.
Grilled Scallops with Buttery Cracker Crumbs
Typically baked, this New England–inspired seafood dish gets a summer upgrade with the help of a grill and a bed of peppery arugula. Serve as a light entrée or as an appetizer.
Strawberry–Blue Cheese Pizza(with video)
Juicy, peak-season strawberries get a savory spin atop a cheesy pizza. Serve with a salad for dinner or cut into smaller pieces as an appetizer.
Strawberry Cream Pie
A store-bought graham cracker crust makes this no-bake summer dessert recipe easy as you-know-what. A filling of tangy cream cheese and sour cream balances the sweetness of ripe berries.
Strawberry Frosé(with video)
Whether you serve it for cocktail hour or as a light, refreshing dessert at the end of your meal, this wine slushie is guaranteed to make it into your summer entertaining rotation.
Mini Blueberry-Corn Muffins
Get kids in the kitchen to help you whip up a batch of these berry-studded muffins sized just for them. Keep these on hand for easy breakfasts, to serve for brunch, or as a tasty snack.
Sweet, peak-season berries flavor an easy simple syrup that transforms lemonade into the ultimate refreshing summer drink.
Hot-Dipped Crispy Chicken Fingers
A riff on a North Carolina specialty, this version is simplified for weeknight dinners by baking the chicken instead of frying it while keeping the homemade spicy barbecue sauce the same.
Iced Coffee Floats
A major upgrade from your usual iced coffee, chocolate syrup and vanilla ice cream make these sweet treats the perfect refreshing summer drink or dessert.
Loaded Chilean Dogs
Instead of the usual toppings, these grilled hot dogs are paired with creamy avocado, juicy tomatoes, and chipotle mayo for a South American version of an American summer classic.
Orange Crush Cocktail
This homemade take on an Ocean City, Maryland, classic cocktail features freshly squeezed orange juice, citrus-flavored vodka, and lemon-lime soda for a refreshing, bubbly summer drink.
Pennsylvania Dutch Chow Chow
This sweet and tangy relish is loaded with summer veggies like peppers, corn, and green beans. Serve it atop hot dogs and burgers or as a side dish for heartier meats like grilled steak and barbecued pork.
Pecan Praline Cookies
This recipe turns a classic Southern confection into cookies chewy with brown sugar and packed with nuts. Transform them into ice cream sandwiches for an extra-special dessert.
Spicy Tuna Poke Bowl
This brown rice bowl tops fish and loads of veggies with a sriracha mayonnaise typically used for sushi rolls. The light but satisfying recipe works perfectly as lunch or dinner.
Classic Caesar Salad
Homemade Caesar dressing is quick and easy with help from a bit of mayo. Serve this salad as an appetizer or add cooked shrimp or chicken to turn it into a fast and simple dinner or lunch.
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