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Summer entertaining is so easy and never tasted so good!

Time to celebrate summer before it disappears. Spread out those picnic blankets and gather round some friends for the best that Mother Nature has to offer. Strawberries, watermelon, peaches, cherries are great to eat, but don’t forget to use them in cocktails as well. Impress your friends by serving one or more of these super easy, seasonal cocktail recipes, plus a few small bites to accompany them. From Mojitos to Margaritas - you’ll stay cool and refreshed while enjoying the summer sun!

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    Summer Cocktails

    Margarita – Cocktail Recipe

    Margarita – Cocktail Recipe

    Summer mocktails

    Summer Bites

    Easy Homemade Mild Salsa Recipe

    Easy Homemade Mild Salsa Recipe

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    Real Simple - Melissa Clark

    You'll want to keep this homemade mild salsa within reach at all times. Ingredient Checklist 4 large plum tomatoes (about 1 pound), diced (to yield 2 …

    Crab Toast

    Crab Toast

    Spreading mayonnaise on both sides of the bread before grilling yields a perfectly golden brown crust in this recipe from chef Ignacio Mattos.

    Fried Eggplant with Honey and Rosemary

    Fried Eggplant with Honey and Rosemary

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    Garden & Gun Magazine

    A very Southern twist on an Andalusian classic “Traditionally, this Andalusian dish is served with cane syrup, but I think honey has a more complex flavor. Throughout Spain, there’s a range of honey as varied as the landscape. Any type accents the salty crisp shell of these eggplant rounds. My …

    ‘Nduja Deviled Eggs

    ‘Nduja Deviled Eggs

    • Makes 16 8 Eggs • 3 ounces Underground Meat’s ‘Nduja, cut into 1 inch pieces • 2 teaspoons Olive oil • 3 tablespoons Ricotta • 1 teaspoon Red wine vinegar • Parsley, minced, as garnish Place eggs single layer in a medium saucepan. Cover with cold water by about two inches. Bring water to a roiling boil, cover with …

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