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You can't go wrong with a giant party dip, especially when it includes lump crab meat and Old Bay seasoning. Get the recipe.
Use your leftover fresh tomato sauce to make this seriously juicy pulled pork. Use it to make sliders with slaw and pickles for good measure. Get the recipe.
All you need are a few basic ingredients like corn, milk, sugar, butter, and cream to make this classic summer side dish. Get the recipe.
This classic lasagna gets lightened up for summer thanks to chopped veggies. Use whatever you grabbed from the farmers market like kale, zucchini, eggplant, or mushrooms. Get the recipe.
Can you take the heat? This Caribbean-inspired chicken gets a serious kick from a blend of jalapeno, soy sauce, brown sugar, thyme, and allspice. Get the recipe.
This shredded chicken gets its flavor from smoked paprika, chili, onion, and garlic powder. Serve it in tortillas or between buns with your favorite toppings. Get the recipe.
Sweet corn is in season, which means you should be eating in whenever you get the chance. This recipe is slow-cooked with a buttery coconut glaze, and it's bound to be a serious crowd pleaser. Get the recipe.
Even if you're terrified of cooking seafood, this fish recipe is 100% foolproof. Get the recipe.
This easy jambalaya made with chicken, shrimp, sausage, and rice will be an instant favorite for picnics, potlucks, and barbecues. Get the recipe.
It may be getting hotter outside, but a bowl of seafood chowder still feels seasonally appropriate. Get the recipe.
The chicken cooks for about four hours with soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, honey, and Sriracha until it's slightly sweet, slightly spicy, and totally falling off the bone. Get the recipe.
These better-for-you meatballs are never fried, just baked until brown and then slow cooked until they're done. Get the recipe.
If you're feeding a crowd, these tender and juicy roast beef sandwiches are a no-brainer. Get the recipe.
Turn your kitchen into a Texas barbecue joint with this seriously flavorful beef brisket. If you want to save a ton of time and shorten your grocery list, you can opt for a store bought spice rub and barbecue sauce. Get the recipe.
You're just five ingredients away from your new favorite summer recipe. Get the recipe.
Start with ground chicken and end with a filling (and feel-good) meal you'll want to make time and time again. Get the recipe.
Serve this pulled pork in tortillas with pico de gallo and guacamole or in sliders with slaw. Get the recipe.
Imagine all your favorite taco ingredients stirred into a giant bowl of gooey, melty, rich cheese. Don't be embarrassed if your mouth is watering. Get the recipe.
Once you've made this spicy, shredded buffalo chicken, the rest falls together. Pile it on top of tortilla chips with cheese and your favorite toppings. To same time and effort, stick with store bought guacamole and blue cheese dressing. Get the recipe.
You don't have to be a world class baker to whip up this ripe berry cobbler. Just make sure to serve it with some ice cream à la mode. Get the recipe. Get the recipe.
Ripe peaches get tossed with brown sugar, oats, vanilla, and cinnamon. Let it cook until its mushy on the bottom and crispy on top. Get the recipe.
When life gives you fresh-as-can-be strawberries, make dessert. Get the recipe.
This wholesome dessert is everything you're craving on a warm spring day. Don't forget the whipped cream. Get the recipe.
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