Spicy harissa adds fiery heat and smoky flavor to flame-grilled flank steak.
Thread sweet watermelon and briny feta on skewers and top with tangy vinaigrette for a fun way to eat salad.
Mason jars take the mess out of backyard barbecue eating with these simple-to-serve pulled pork sandwiches.
Charred pineapple and mezcal add smooth, smoky flavor to sweet sangria.
Ripe tomatoes, juicy watermelon, creamy mozzarella and fresh herbs come together for the ultimate summer salad.
Grilled summer corn gets a Spanish twist with smoky paprika, manchego cheese and fresh lime.
Combine crispy pizza and the fresh, smoky flavors of Mexican street corn into one amazing dish.
Amp up the flavor of barbecued chicken with fresh herbs, smoky spices and a buttery baste.
Serve up the heartiest salad ever with pan-roasted pork, fresh spinach, sautéed onions, bacon, feta and pickled peaches.
Upgrade the summer barbecue with this delicious and easy fried green tomatoes recipe.
Don't break a sweat cooking dinner! Throw this refreshing, cold noodle salad together for an easy meal.
Try adding a mix of fresh herbs like tarragon, basil, chives and parsley to omelets.
Star chef Jamie Oliver fills his omelet with an assortment of earthy wild mushrooms.
Bake up a sweet galette filled with juicy peaches and ripe blackberries for an easy summer dessert.
Bring out the best in summer apricots with this easy, sweet and jammy galette.
Serve up a savory galette filled with fresh summer veggies, creamy goat cheese and spicy chiles.
Pair fresh lobster with juicy peaches and tomatoes for a summery salad that's sure to impress.
Make mornings delicious with mini blueberry-filled pastry tarts topped with sweet icing.
Make the most of fresh summer corn with sweet creamed corn studded with golden kernels and sautéed onions.
This homemade vanilla ice cream recipe by Jeni Britton Bauer of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams is rich, velvety and unforgettable.
Foil-wrapped bricks help cook chicken quickly and evenly, making it super juicy and perfect for summer grilling.
Top sautéed fish tacos with fresh veggies and spicy, crunchy coleslaw for a healthy and flavorful summer meal.
Turn bubbly champagne into festive strawberry-infused popsicles that are perfect for any summer party.
Watermelon gets a grown-up soak in booze and a roll through sweet sugar in this easy 5-ingredient party recipe.
Turn rosé wine into a frosty summer treat just a little sugar, zesty lemon and the freezer.
Refreshing cherry-lime Ricky meets cool beer shandy in this frosty summer cocktail recipe.
Easy Aperol spritz cocktails get a refreshingly chilly makeover for summertime sipping.
It's the ultimate summer refresher.
Toss warm pasta with fresh lemon juice and parmesan cheese for a quick and easy summer dinner.
Zesty lemons and sweet limoncello liqueur make this cake light, bright and perfect for summer.
Fresh basil, garlic and lime juice make grilled chicken breasts great tasting while keeping them good for you.
This sauce is perfect served over your choice of freshly-cooked pasta.
Let the checca sauce and chicken marinade for at least four hours, or ideally overnight, so the poultry soaks up the flavors.
Give burgers and Asian twist with Al Roker's savory turkey and pork burgers and crunchy coleslaw.
Mix up savory mustard barbecue sauce and quick homemade pickles to add a ton of flavor to grilled burgers.
Creamy dressing and a hint of lemon add a classic New England touch to buttery Maine-style lobster rolls.
Savor the flavor of summer in the Northeast with buttery Connecticut-style lobster rolls.
This crunchy slaw gets a zesty twist from fresh lime juice and a hint of heat from jalapeños.
Nutty brown butter brings out the natural sweetness of sea scallops and summer corn in this light and easy dish.
Sunny lemons and fresh ginger turn bubbly prosecco into a refreshing cocktail perfect for any summer get together.
Nothing says summer like sautéed sweet peaches and fresh whipped cream for dessert.
Layer sweet summer peaches, caramel sauce, cinnamon and cake mix in a skillet for the easiest summer dessert ever.