Summer is a great time to cook for other people. When you live in a household of three, two human beings and one very temperamental cat, you learn how nice is it to feed others during the middle months of the year. I love to cook, but I don’t want to eat what I’ve cooked for three meals. I think anyone can comprehend what I’m talking about. After three days of the same pasta dish, we all tend to lose our minds just a little bit; almost to the point where McDonald’s starts looking pretty darn good all of a sudden. Notice I said “almost.” Thankfully, it is so much easier in the summer to randomly scream out your back door, “Hey, what are you having for dinner? Want to come over? I’m making so and so.” Here’s what I want to make for those special people…although if I’m being honest, I really just want to make these recipes for myself.
Chocolate Chess Pie with a Do-Si-Do Crust from The Crepes of Wrath
Chicken Bacon Ranch Potato Salad from One Sweet Mess
Watermelon Ice Cream with Chocolate Chips from Imperial Sugar
Hot Beer Fried Chicken and Pepper Biscuits from The Beeroness
Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms with Crispy Goat Cheese from Blogging Over Thyme
Birthday Cake Crumble Cookies from Sprinkles for Breakfast
Heirloom Tomato, Avocado and Burrata Salad on Grilled Garlic Toast from How Sweet It Is
Bruleed Banana Daiquiri from Southern FATTY
Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars from Cookies and Cups
Dill and Garlic Pimento Cheese from My Diary of Us
Lemon Feta and Herb Grilled Corn from Edible Perspective
Iced Tea Popsicles from Aime & Mange
Lemon Curd Bundt Cake with Lemon Glaze from I Love Bundt Cakes
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