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8 Ways To Use Juicy, Seasonal Pears Tonight

From savory to sweet, sandwich to dessert and more
Sep 23, 2014 2:00 pm

Just because stone fruit and melons are disappearing from the markets doesn't mean baking with fruit is over til next year. If you've never experienced the silky, velvety, fruity flavor that pears lend to your favorite baked goods, now's the time to go all in. Feel like something a little heavier? The other thing that pears are good for is meat. Use them in a sweet glaze for a standing rib roast or to add complexity to a hearty roast beef sandwich. Here are our 8 favorite ways to work this seasonal fruit into your game.

5 Farewell To Summer Blackberry Recipes To Make Right Now

Sweet, savory, frozen, spiked. Use those berries!
Sep 22, 2014 3:00 pm

Delectable, juicy summer fruit season is quickly slipping away, so stuff yourself with peaches, plums and berries before ...well, pears and citrus are good too. But blackberries are particularly ripe right now — a last hurrah if you will — so pick up a pint and peruse our favorite recipes from savory to sweet. Sweet including cocktails...

15 End-Of-Summer Dessert Recipes, Starring Fruit

Stone fruit and berries don't get better than this
Sep 12, 2014 11:00 am

Peaches. Melons. Mangos. People, these things are not in season all year long — just because you can technically find them at your supermarket doesn't mean they're going to sing their glorious chorus as loud as they will right now. Check out our 15-recipe tribute to sweet, juicy, perfectly ripe end of summer fruit and bake, grill, freeze and just pop berries in your mouth until the good stuff disappears. There there, it's going to be fine. 

30 Ways To Use End Of Summer Vegetables

Eggplant, okra, tomatoes, beans & squash galore!
Sep 10, 2014 12:00 pm

Corn. Basil. Tomatoes, oh HEAVENS those tomatoes. People, these things are not in season all year long — just because you can technically find them at your supermarket doesn't mean they're going to sing their glorious chorus as loud as they will right now. Check out our 30-recipe ode to sweet, juicy, perfectly ripe end of summer produce and cook these dishes until the good stuff disappears until next year. It's okay, we'll be here to guide you through it. There there, it's going to be fine. 

We Found The Perfect All-Tomato Tasting Menu!

Experience summer tomato essence in six courses
Aug 25, 2014 2:00 pm

Just because Food Republic's Tomato Week is over doesn't mean summer tomato season is. If you live in or near Cambridge, MA, there's a tasting menu you'll want to take your time savoring. Neighborhood favorite T.W. Food raided their end-of-summer garden and on September 10th and 11th, Chef Tim Wiechmann will host his annual "Celebration of the Tomato." Want a peek at the menu? Right this way...

12 Incredible Ways To Cook With That Sweet, Tender Summer Corn

Cobs, fritters, soups, salads, pizzas and more!
Aug 21, 2014 2:00 pm

Get those beautiful cobs while the gettin's good! Corn won't be in season forever, so check out 12 of our favorite recipes celebrating one of the best treats of the summer farmers market. Grill sweet, ripe kernels right on the cob or slice them off for flavorful fritters, soups, salads, pizzas, quesadillas and more. 

Simple Summer Heirloom Tomato Salad Recipe

Juicy tomato salad with basil and microgreens
Aug 21, 2014 12:00 pm
heirloom tomato salad
Photo: Laurel Golio

A good tomato needs nothing more than a healthy pinch of sea salt and a drizzle of olive oil to shine. This minimalist tomato salad requires nothing more than olive oil, salt, purple basil and a handful of micro greens.

18 Reasons To Buy A Whole Watermelon At This Exact Moment

Starting with the easiest way to hack one apart
Aug 19, 2014 12:00 pm

There's no better time of year to find 18 things to do with beautiful, ripe watermelon. Some of it is destined for cocktails, others for salads or desserts. Few things are more refreshing than watermelon popsicles. Some will be juiced, grilled, pickled and eaten on its own (once you learn how to cube a whole watermelon in 30 seconds or less) and inevitably, some will be smashed by a sledgehammer. But let's wait til we can't eat anymore before we consider that option. 

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