Blueberry Salad
This beautiful and unexpected combination is one of my favorite ways to surprise lunch or dinner guests, as blueberries don’t often show up in salads or the savory parts of a meal. It’s terrific as a little salad to start a meal and works well, too, as a cheese or savory dessert course. It is also tasty spooned over lamb chops — the gamier, the better. Serve this salad from late spring through early autumn, when blueberries are in season and at their best. Nab a box at your local farmers’ market or pick the fruit yourself when you can.   Click here to see How to Make Salads More Interesting.
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Best Mojito Recipes
1785 Inn's Blueberry Mojito.
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If you can make orange and apple juice, why not make blueberry juice, too? This recipe for juice is good enough to drink on its own, and also makes a great addition to anything you're trying to make a bit healthier whether it's ice pops, pancakes, or even chocolate chip cookies. 
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Click here to see the 7 Best Mint Cocktails Slideshow. 
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This recipe is fresh, easy, and fast, combining summertime hits, berries, with salsa staples like red pepper, cilantro, red onion, and jalapeños to make it a must-try. Toss it over white fish or grilled chicken to add some punch to your meal. 
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Minty Blueberry Peach Shiver
Fresh with juicy summer fruit and cooling mint, this juice-based gelatin fruit salad is a delicious throwback to childhood. Make it ahead for backyard barbecues, and feel free to substitute grapes or nectarines for the peaches and blueberries. (Note: Using vegan gelatin, the finished dessert will be less firm than with traditional gelatin.)
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Wyman's wild bluberry sauce is perfect for both sweet and savory from ice cream to roast chicken. This versatile sauce combines the aromatic wild blueberries with orange, clove and cinnamon, warming up any dish. Wyman's of Maine is one of the largest growers and processors of wild blueberries in the U.S. The growing season for wild blueberries is short, but Wyman's allows you to snack on these tasty, tart and sweet berries all year by quick freezing the berries within 24 hours of harvest. The berries are as fresh as the day they were picked, traveling from farm to freezer to table. Recipe courtesy of Wyman's of Maine
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This cranberry sauce recipe is a perfect solution for people who like the texture of whole berry cranberry sauce but who find biting into a whole, tangy cranberry to be a little too much. The blueberries also give the recipe additional antioxidant power. 
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Blueberry Sour Cream Pie
Make this rich custard pie in the summer, when fresh, plump blueberries are at their best. Change up the flavor by adding ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon or 1 teaspoon lemon zest.For this recipe you can use either store bought pie crust or you can make your own using this perfect pie crust recipe. 
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Blueberry Crisp
Aunt Susan and I went blueberry-picking together with our young children in Amagansett. We decided to have a contest to see which team could pick the most berries. The smushed ones did not count. We had so much fun that we all forgot who won! I still remember how much we laughed. This crisp always reminds me of that magical day. Click here to see A Trip to the Hamptons is Just a Cookbook Away.
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Cucumber Gin and Tonic with Blueberries
This twist on a classic gin and tonic is the perfect summer cocktail. I assure you, it tastes as good as it looks. Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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This breakfast bread is basically just muffin batter baked into loaf form. It’s similar to coffee cake, but not at all too sweet and has a tender, slightly chewy crumb. With healthy things like whole-wheat flour, oats, almonds, and blueberries, a cake-like breakfast works for me, and the pretty white-chocolate drizzle makes it special enough for entertaining.
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