strawberry
A basic infused vinegar from Miraval Resort & Spa in Tucson, Arizona that can be altered using different flavors, depending on your taste and preference.
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Strawberry Sandy
This recipe is for hot summer nights, when ice cream is too heavy for dessert and fruit is not quite enough. Where do you turn for dessert inspiration? When in doubt, think about breakfast. Think about all of those bacon-maple-chocolate spin-offs and cereal-flavored ice creams now in existence. Now think about granola with fruit and yogurt. This combination is right and fine in the morning — luscious summer fruit, soft rounds of yogurt, and honeyed clusters of granola. But think of its potential as a dessert, where the yogurt is more like cream and the granola closer to candy. My recipe was influenced by Jacques Pépin’s Fast Food My Way, where he uses crushed cookies as his granola and crème fraîche as yogurt. It has all the elements of a good bowl of granola with none of its early morning prudishness. I have substituted full-fat Greek yogurt for the crème fraîche, and created what in my mind is the perfect “granola” by mixing Scottish shortbread biscuits with a few amaretto cookies. The rather strong whiff of the amaretto cookies is reduced to a faint almond aroma in the midst of the shortbread butter crumble, and its sweet crunch is the ultimate granola you’ll never have for breakfast.  Click here to see 9 Ways to Enjoy Summer Strawberries. 
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Strawberry Semifreddo Recipe
A semifreddo is similar to ice cream, but you won't need an ice cream machine or a tank of liquid nitrogen to make it. All you'll need is some good ol' fashioned elbow grease. Click here to see 9 Ways to Enjoy Summer Strawberries.
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Strawberry Lemonade
Fresh strawberries, hand-squeezed lemons, and water — the recipe may be simple, but it makes for a refreshing summer combination whose tartness and sweetness you can modify to your own taste using cold water. The strawberries should provide enough sweetness, but you can add some agave nectar or sugar if you really feel like you need to amp it up. Click here to see 9 Ways to Enjoy Summer Strawberries. 
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The essential cold summer soup from Spain, gazpacho is made with fresh tomatoes, peppers, and country bread soaked in olive oil.
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How Sweet It Is, from Yummly, shared this sweet drink by adding strawberries and coconut water. It looks festive and great for any time of the day. 
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Spring Salad
This spring salad is sull of flavor and fresh seasonal treats
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Crepes with Strawberry Compote
These crepes with strawberry compote are an all-time favorite. The sweet strawberries are barely cooked so that they’re still firm but have released their ambrosial juices. A light and exquisite dessert that’s equally lovely for a casual family dinner as for a more sophisticated dinner party… The only thing is, you might want to make a double batch! See all strawberry recipes.
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Strawberry Margarita Pie
This strawberry margarita pie is actually non-alcoholic. But, it tastes delicious and is a snap to put together. Serve this for Cinco de Mayo or any other festive gathering, and you'll have your guests swooning (with all the sugar, of course). See all pie recipes.
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This is perfect for summer, when so many of us are outdoors, either in our own yard or visiting friends. The jars can be covered and stacked in a cooler so they even make a great potluck or picnic dessert. Keep track of the jars as they can be re-used for another time. The jars are also great because there’s also natural portion control, too — as long as you can keep it to one per person. For shopping, note that you need one pound of strawberries plus nine more for garnish.  
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salmon
There is nothing I love more than a simply broiled salmon topped with a slightly sweet, slightly salty glaze. While I typically glaze my fillets with maple syrup and a bit of soy sauce, fresh strawberries cooked down with a bit of strawberry jam makes for a delicious topping that can be made in mere minutes. Serve with a side salad or, as I did, with sautéed zucchini ribbons tossed in pesto. Click here to see 9 Ways to Enjoy Summer Strawberries. 
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Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble
I know most people feel this way about their grandmothers, but my grandmother made the greatest strawberry rhubarb pie in the world. She would pick the rhubarb (or as she called it in her Rhode Island accent, "rhubahhhhb") from her garden every summer, make the pie crust from scratch, and serve it piping hot out of the oven. Pie crust from scratch can be daunting — and we are often not as adept as our grandmothers — so this cobbler is an easy variation on my grandmother's classic recipe. Click here to see Cozy Winter Meals. 
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Strawberry Shortcake Pops
This sweet, tangy pop has it all, right down to the graham cracker crust.
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