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Late summer delights!
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Farmer's Market Haul Meal Plan

Hi Friends,

Last night, eight of us ate the spoils of a video shoot (that will be coming soon to Instagram). There were a lot of “mmms”  for the steaks and brownies, but the clear winner of the day was a red cactus pear margarita. I threw this cocktail together because I happened to have some red cactus pears lying around. (I realize how weird that sounds, don’t worry.) I don’t even have a real recipe for
it . . . YET, but it was one of the most delightful cocktails of the year, and there were some very sad faces when it was gone.

Here's what I did. I peeled, blended, and strained a bunch of ripe red cactus pears. Then the juice went back into the blender with a can of leftover frozen margarita mix that presented itself in the freezer (thanks, Jack!), some ice, a few glugs of tequila, some lemon and lime juice, simple syrup, and a generous squirt of hot honey. I am dedicated to getting this recipe just right for all of you, so I will be retesting it several times over the rest of the summer. Suffice it to say, the heat didn’t bother us so much after a glass or two.

On a different note, are any of you able to go to the farmers’ market and not come back with more than you can manage? That is beyond my capacities of self-control. But ‘tis the season, for . . . well, a lot. 'Tis the season for a lot of fabulous produce, and 'tis very much the season for grilling. Here are some things you can do with your overambitious haul.
Sangria is one of the most deliciously fun ways to make the most of summer fruit, and since I just rambled about our great cocktail, perhaps I've gotten you in the mood.

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The perfect salad to keep up with the end-of-summer influx of produce. Don’t be bound to the recipe—it’s just a template.

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How to make the most beautiful and refreshing soup for summer. I haven’t made it yet this year, but that will change this week.

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In just a handful of minutes and with almost no work, you can have warm, plump clams, straight off the grill. That's summertime bliss for all you shellfish lovers out there.

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This easy and versatile chicken recipe is perfect on its own or as a building block for any number of summer meals.

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A fried fish sandwich dripping with tartar sauce is easy to make at home and one of the great pleasures of summer. I am now longing for a weekend in Cape Cod . . . 

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A must-make when corn is in season. This is such a good looking and satisfying salad for later summer.

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Sliced vegetables and greens get slicked with a garlicky, lemony yogurt dressing.

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A flavorful marinade gives the turkey amazing flavor and allows it to grill up perfectly moist and tender. This makes a great dinner, and if you play your cards right . . . sandwiches for days.

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This dish is so pretty and can be made ahead of time, which is great when you have a crew of guests.

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Pile sautéed onions and wedges of fresh tomatoes on pizza crust to make this late summer tart . . . one of my favorite tomato vehicles ever.

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A custardy cake studded with berries and topped with poofs of
whipped cream.

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BUT WAIT, THERES MORE . . .
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