We have finally made it through August, though the heat is still in the air, albeit in a more sporadic and unpredictable way. The cool breeze and crimson tones of autumn are within reach — finally we can begin planning fall menus and anticipate an array of seasonal arrivals.
For many, the first week of September is also the first week back at school. In the flurry of buying stationery, uniforms, textbooks and various other scholastic paraphernalia, what to cook for dinner can be the furthest thing from one’s mind. Not to worry! These five recipes will help you get delicious food on the table with ease!
If you are looking for something sweet to start the day, this is the perfect weekend breakfast! It’s tasty and beautiful, and you don’t need to stand over a griddle flipping individual pancakes.
This salad is crisp and simply gorgeous, and it makes the most of that last-of-the-summer produce you still may be able to find at local farmers markets.
Here’s one that’s perfect for those busy weeknights when dinnertime seems to come out of nowhere. This tasty pasta dish will appease all palates, so you won’t have to make anything for those fussy eaters.
For a more grown-up meal that’s still incredibly simple, look no further than this recipe. Mussels take no time at all to cook, and the combination of cream, spicy chorizo, garlic and parsley is unbeatable.
If you see some end-of-season cherries, snap them up and make these cherry coconut oatmeal bars. They’re the perfect way to satisfy any sweet cravings and are also one of many foods that are perfect for your child’s lunchbox!