Tomatoes are a staple food in the south during the summer. We LOVE tomato sandwiches (sliced tomatoes on white bread with mayonnaise, salt, and pepper), vegetable dinners aren’t complete without sliced tomatoes, we slice green tomatoes, batter them and fry them as a side dish to a meal, and who doesn’t love a good BLT (bacon, lettuce, and tomato) sandwich? There is another way to serve tomatoes that you may not have heard of… Tomato Pie!
This may just be the new favorite way to make corn on the cob! Tangy, spicy, juicy, tender grilled corn that will make you wish you had more!
The month of June… hot, humid, fireflies, grilling out, and cucumbers. LOTS and LOTS of cucumbers. They are a very prolific plant in the south. As long as you pick them daily, sometimes twice a day, they will continue to give an abundance of goodness throughout the summer.
Sheet pan meals are quickly becoming one of my favorites. Seriously, who doesn’t love having only ONE pan to wash!?!
Shish Kebobs…that’s a strange name for a food, isn’t it? I have no idea what “Shish” means, but Kebob is Turkish for grilled meats. Any type of meat can be put on a skewer and grilled. Add some veggies and fruits and you have a perfect meal.