This fun and easy appetizer involves all the tastes of classic a classic caprese salad, but in miniature form. Held together by a toothpick, they're perfect for passing around during a summer cocktail party.
English muffin pizzas are a hit. A crispy, crunchy crust makes a lighter caprese pizza perfect for starters or appetizers.
On a hot summer day, when a big pot of boiling pasta is unappealing, a rice salad is just the ticket. You can boil the rice hours before you need it and just toss it together with other ingredients 30 minutes before you sit down to eat.
Summer entertaining should be simple and easy. This recipe allows you to serve a favorite summer appetizer, antipasti, easily on bamboo skewers, so your guests can dig in without any fuss.
Blistered, warm, juicy tomatoes add another dimension to this grilled garlic bread bruschetta.
These meaty mushrooms marinate in a delicious balsamic vinaigrette, are grilled to prefection, and served warm.
The secret to this pasta salad is in a jar. Marinated roasted red peppers with olive oil and garlic add tons of flavor to an otherwise bland pasta salad.
Along with tomatoes and mozzarella, zucchini is another popular summer ingredient, and this recipe combines them all. Make these savory zucchini cakes from all of the abundant squash, and then stack them up with tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil for a delicious dinner.
Tomatoes should be served at room temperature, and this icy vinaigrette is a cool and resfreshing way to add contrast to the tomatoes.
Swap in fresh summer strawberries instead of tomatoes for a refreshingly different pasta salad. Balsamic vinegar and strawberries are a perfect sweet and tangy combination.