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Everyone has opened up their fridge and discovered a carton of berries about to expire. When a berry starts to go bad, the texture gets mushy, but the flavor and sugar intensifies. Use overripe berries to make the tasty and amazing recipes below. Jams One of the easiest things to make with overripe fruit is jam. Jams are not hard to cook, and it intensified sweetness of the berry. You made need pectin to give your jam the right texture. Take your berries, smash them up, and put them on the stove. Cook over medium heat to allow the jam…

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Ice cream sodas were invented in 1874. It includes soda water, vanilla ice cream, and flavored syrup. Ice cream sodas are making comeback, several trendy varieties of this classic drink have emerged by incorporating different fruits, ice cream flavors, and other fun ingredients. If you’re looking for sweet relief during hot summer days, give the recipes below a try. Orange Creamsicle Soda Citrus ice cream sodas are a cool summer treat. Ingredients • One can orange soda • Two cups vanilla ice cream • Frozen orange slice (Optional) Directions 1) Fill a tall glass with your vanilla ice cream or…

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Summer is here, and what better way to cool down on these warm, sunny days than with a refreshing cocktail? Try these tasty martini ideas to get in the summer mood. Watermelon Martini Nothing quite says “summer” like watermelon. This combination of frozen watermelon puree, vodka, and melon liqueur. Make this refreshing, fun drink to enjoy with friends. Peach Raspberry Martini Delicious peaches and sweet summer berries make for a great combination. Not only does it taste good, it looks stunning. Whip up this fruity martini for your next summer get together. Peach Cobbler Martini Consider this spin on the…

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In the summer months, it can be difficult to do a lot of baking without your oven heating up the entire house. If you still want to make something sweet this summer, then opt for some easy no-bake recipes. One of the easiest no-bake recipes is fudge. Not only do you not need to use your oven, but you can also customize your fudge to any occasion you have. There are a variety of flavor combinations so you can switch things up all summer long! Traditional Chocolate Fudge You can’t go wrong with traditional chocolate fudge. If you are looking…

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There is no summertime without corn on the cob! Plain corn on the cob with butter is a staple. This summertime, corn on the cob is being served with a twist, added toppings. Each topping mixture adds another layer of flavor. Here are some delicious toppings you can add to your corn on the cob this summer. Balsamic Vinegar Corn on the Cob After grilling and peeling back the husk, dip your corn on the cob in balsamic vinegar. This makes a great side for grilled steak. When you bite into the corn, the juices mixing together will have your…

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Rosé wine, has a refreshing taste, luscious pink color and is one of the most popular wines of the summer. Rosé lovers found fun and unique ways use this popular wine. Try the recipes below and enjoy rosé in many ways. Ice Pop Cocktail with Rosé Ingredients: Rosé Wine Real Strawberry Ice Pops To make this refreshing drink, simply place a strawberry ice pop into a wine glass (with the stem facing up). Then, pour your favorite rose-colored wine over until the glass is 3/4 full. As you sip, the delightful strawberry flavor will mix beautifully with the wine. Whiskey…

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National Cheese Day is an entire day devoted to celebrating this fabulous food. Cheese is highly versatile; it goes well with nearly everything from soup to dessert. Celebrate cheese with the fabulous recipes below. Cheesy Beer Soup Combine hearty beer and rich cheese into a luscious soup. Cut carrots, onions and celery. Then, sauté the vegetables with olive oil inside a large pot. Then, add chicken broth and half and half. Bring the entire dish to a boil with the beer, sharp cheddar and a dollop of mustard. Tomato Cheese Pie Tomato and cheese make a great pairing. Turn the…

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If you don’t have anything prepared for dinner and you need something quick, a rotisserie chicken is a great solution. This is easy to find already at most grocery stores and it’s affordable and big enough to feed a family. There are many ways to turn these chickens into full meals. Chicken Alfredo Ingredients: Alfredo Sauce (jarred or homemade) Fettuccine Broccoli Rotisserie Chicken Directions Prepare the fettuccine noodles as directed on the package. Cut broccoli into florets and place in a steamer for 10-15 minutes, or until tender. Take the chicken out of the package and pull the white meat…

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Doughnuts are perfect rings of deep-fried goodness and there’s nothing better than a homemade doughnut. Make these easy handcraft doughnut recipes yourself at home. Supplies Needed Flour Sugar Milk Butter Yeast Eggs Oil (for frying) Vanilla extract Equipment Needed Mixing bowl Spoons/spatulas Hand/stand mixer Pot/deep-fryer (for frying) Baking sheet (for baking) Homemade Doughnuts from Scratch Autumn Apple Donuts Ingredients 3 ¾ cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 2 eggs 2 cups granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup of thinly sliced apples ⅔ cup milk ¼ cup butter Any type of oil for frying (vegetable, peanut,…

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The spring and summer months mean lots of grilling and burgers. Instead of serving the typical frozen beef patties, try some new and delicious options. Here are several burger recipes that will have you and your guests craving a second helping. Bacon Cheese Burger One of the most classic burgers you can serve at your cookout is a classic bacon cheeseburger. Create normal beef hamburger patties and grill them to perfection. Melt fancy cheeses like Swiss or pepper jack on top. Top with crispy bacon and provide a variety of condiments for your guests including ketchup and mayo. Southwest Chicken…

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