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Thinking about grilling and salads and peaches and sangria . . . 
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End of August Meal Plan

Here’s what I’ve seen in the past few weeks: Signs for pumpkin spice lattes on sale at Dunkin' Donuts, Halloween AND Thanksgiving decorations at Home Goods (Thanksgiving people!), and emails about advent calendars in my inbox. I’m sorry—can we not enjoy these last few weeks of summer in peace? Must we be confronted with turkey centerpieces and ceramic gourds in August?  
 
No, thank you, I’ll wait. (I know that I will have to think about brining turkeys and pumpkin pies in the near future.) For now, it is still summer. With Labor Day just one week away, I’m thinking about grilling, salads, peaches, and sangria.
 
Side note: What dishes HAVEN’T you had this year that always makes it feel like summer? For me it’s lobster, some chowder, and gazpacho. I need to get those in under the wire. I am happy to eat any of these things for many weeks to come, just as I continue wear white after Labor Day (what a silly, silly rule). But alas, tomato season is fleeting, and lobster tastes best eaten outdoors, so I think I better hop to.
Colorful, crunchy, and substantial, this is the perfect salad you can prepare ahead for any kind of occasion.

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Greek salad meets fish tacos.

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This old-fashioned macaroni salad, starring a simple dressing and elbows, is ideal for picnics and barbecues.

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Lemony yogurt marinated chicken kebabs are a quintessential summertime grilling dish.

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A back-pocket dish you will turn to again and again. (Great for apps or a main dish!)

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Adding just one ingredient to plain burgers makes them all the more interesting! They do have a kick, but you can adjust the heat to your liking.

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A great way to spice up a bowl of quinoa.

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A simple salmon dinner is one of the best things that can come off your grill.

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As heard/seen on NPR and the New York Times, this is the OH-MY-GOD pie of all time. A saltine crust filled with creamy citrus filling and topped with whipped cream.

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BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE . . . 

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