Cherry Fruit Salad
These recipes are so cool.. they’re hot! How do you keep your cool when the temperatures climb?
Photos via Whole Living
Tags: summer recipes, Tuesday Treat, Whole Living magazine
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Keeping cool by enjoying the Summer produce and eating lighter!
Also helps to spend as much time near the water, be it a pool or a lake or the ocean!
I made a big batch of gazpacho over the weekend and am enjoying it all week. So summery! xx
I definitely trend to lighter food when the temperature rises. I’m not a soup girl but if I were that golden gazpacho would be on my list. Salads and fruit are definitely mainstays – I could eat that fruit salad right now!!
O yum! Loving these cool summer recipe ideas!
That zucchini pasta looks sooo good! Yum! And fruit salad … oh my!
This is my kind of food, It all looks so fresh and delicious!! Perfect summer dishes, Kathysue
Zucchini salad- delish!! Spaghetti squash is out of season and since I don’t eat regular pasta, this is a great alternative- thanks!xo
These all look delicious! I am keeping the clothing light and cotton, hair in a ponytail and lots of water with lemon!!
Those dishes look soooo good! Especially the gazpacho–I am craving soup since I have a cold but with this 100 + weather I think cold soup would really be best!!
Those dishes would make me feel cooler! I’m a shade and A/C gal any more – can’t take the heat.
All of these images look so appetizing! There is nothing like eating fresh fruits/veggies during the summer months. I’ve been stopping at the farm stands on a daily basis to get fresh corn on the cob, onions, green beans, etc. I’m keeping cool with hair in a pony, lots of time paddle boarding and of course, dipping my toes in the Hamptons waters!
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