Highlights: Holding on to Summer

 Posted by at 7:45 pm
Aug 172014
 

I hate to ruin your day, but it’s best if you know the truth:  there are only 14 days left in August.  Then it will be September.  At church this morning, I feel like every conversation I had was along the lines of “where did the summer go?!”.  So, as I look at my summer goals and my 101 in 1001 list (which I have just 41 days to complete) and my calendar and try to determine how many things I can accomplish before the produce gets boring and the days get short, I thought I’d give all of you some more items to add to your list.  It’s only fair, right?  We should all be in this end of season panic together.

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Drinks

How to Make Sun Tea – Back to Her Roots

Toasted Coconut Cold-Brewed Iced Coffee – Ari’s Menu

Peach and Cardamom Lemonade – Joy the Baker

Lemonade Iced Tea Ice Cubes – What’s Gaby Cooking

Dishes

Fresh Herb and Tomato Farro – Back to Her Roots

20 Creative Vegetarian Eggplant Recipes – Oh My Veggies

Cucumber and Dill Yoghurt Salad – Kitchen Vignettes

Stone Fruit and Burrata Salad – What’s Gaby Cooking

Salt and Pepper Heirloom Tart with Whipped Feta – How Sweet It Is

Unstuffed Bell Peppers – Budget Bytes

Bacon Pineapple Chicken Kabobs – The REWM

Three-Ingredient Summertime Salsa – Smitten Kitchen

Roasted Vegetable Wraps with Creamy Rosemary Spread – Healthy. Delicious.

Caprese Bites – Shutterbean

Desserts

How to Make Granita with Leftover Wine or Beer – Food52

Caramelized Peach, Mascarpone and Dark Chocolate Grilled Cheese. – How Sweet It Is

Cantaloupe Honey Sorbet – Simple Bites

Double Chocolate Crispy Frozen Dessert Bars (Vegan, GF, No-bake) – Oh She Glows

How to Make Any Ice Pops without a Recipe – Food52

The Only Ice Cream Recipe You’ll Ever Need – New York Times

How to Make a Summer Fruit Galette (and Why You Should) – Food52

Dairy-Free Lemon Ice Cream – Healthy.Delicious

Vegan Dark Chocolate-Covered Coconut Ice Cream Drumsticks with Walnuts – Honeystuck

August Sponsor Shout Out

I wouldn’t be anywhere without the support of my readers and sponsors.  It’s been a while since I’ve done a sponsor shout out, but suddenly my blogger swap spots were popular again this month!  I’m taking a moment to make sure that you know about the great businesses and bloggers who are supporting Relishments through sidebar ads.  Want to get in on the action?  Check out my sponsor page – and remember, blogger swap spots are free!

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Disowned – From Dani, “Wearer of beautiful vintage, eater of delicious food, lover of this thing called life, Self-taught foodie and really uptight free spirit.  Eat, laugh, and be pretty.”

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Lindsey Living Vegan – “Through Lindsay Living Vegan, you’ll learn how to swap out simple ingredients from your favorite recipes to make them healthier —and vegan if you choose. All of the support, none of the judgment.”

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Mary Makes Dinner –  “Comfort food, healthy cooking, and ethnic cuisines are my obsessions. As a cook, writer, and culinary instructor these worlds collide in my kitchen on a daily basis.”

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SemiSweet – “My goal is to encourage everyone to bake that dough and ice dem cookies!”

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Sweet & a Dash of Savory —  “Just a teen with a love of food and a camera…This is my little corner for my two passions, photography and food.”

 

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  1. So yummy! That appears impressive.
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