Blog Posts - Summer Vegetables



Potato & Black Bean Salad with an Avocado and Sweetcorn Salsa

You will love this easy healthy potato salad with a south American twist of added black beans, lime & coriander, served with an avocado and sweetcorn salsa Continue reading Potato & Black Bean Salad with an Avocado and Sweetcorn Salsa at Fu...
by Fuss Free Flavours on Aug 10, 2016

35 Refreshing Summer Salads

I’ve been spending the summer at my parent’s lake house and it has been SOOO hot lately.  One thing you can do to beat the heat is keep the oven and stove off in the kitchen.. and that means it is time for some wonderful refreshing summer salads...
by The Kim Six Fix on Aug 3, 2016

Jersey Royal (New Potato), Asparagus & Goats Cheese Filo Tartlets

These individual vegetarian filo tarts are filled with new season potatoes, asparagus & goats cheese. Perfect for picnics. Jersey Royal new potatoes are one of the jewels of the late spring and early summer, and are something that I greatly look...
by Fuss Free Flavours on Jun 6, 2016

Bean, Corn and Couscous Salad

Welcome June!  I love June, its one of the nicest months of the year.  The gardens are at their best, bursting out all over with bloom on every bush.  We tend to have more sunny days than rainy days, and our BBQ goes into over-use!&nbs...
by The English Kitchen on May 31, 2016

Balsamic Roasted Pepper and Goats Cheese Salad

This Balsamic Roasted Pepper and Goats Cheese Salad is one of my favourite salads of all time.  The sweet, hot roasted red pepper is complimented by the creamy, tart goats cheese… this is a delicious meal and so simple and nutritious, too! I s...
by iddle peeps on Apr 7, 2016

Four Cheese and Pepper Omelettes

Back when I was a lot younger, it used to be the done thing on Saturdays to meet with family at a local restaurant and enjoy a tasty brunch together.  I can remember one place in particular that we would go where they served the most amazing ome...
by The English Kitchen on Aug 4, 2015

Fire and Ice Pickled Beetroot

I wish I had a pound for every jar of pickled beetroot (beets) that I put up when my family was growing up.   I'd be a very rich woman.  I used to put up tons of fruits and vegetables every year . . .  jams and jellies, pickles and rel...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 27, 2015

Roasted Summer Vegetables with British Goat’s Cheese #TasteOfSummer

Roasted Summer Vegetables with British Goat’s Cheese Most of the time we associate roasted vegetables with autumn or winter, in that root vegetables roast so well and sweeten up in the process. But I find that certain summer vegetables get on v...
by renbehan.com on Jul 13, 2015

Greek Salad with Herbed Pita Bread Crisps

Oh but we have had a lovely run of nice warm weather here in the UK.   You learn very quickly over here that you never take sunny days for granted . . .  or warm weather  . . . and you never complain about it.  They are few and fa...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 5, 2015

Summer Garden Prep and Zucchini Goat Cheese Pizza

Spring has sprung, which means we are looking ahead to summer and planting some of our favorite crops of the year. I tend to let my edible garden go during the winter months as the rabbits and chickens  seem to always mow down my leafy greens anyway...
by Yummy Mummy Kitchen on Apr 14, 2015

Honey & Prosciutto Baked Figs | Cellar Door Wine Festival 2015

Content by Erin Brooks. Tonight the Cellar Door Wine Festival kicks off on the riverfront promenade, and runs until Sunday. The festival offers an immersive food and wine... The post Honey & Prosciutto Baked Figs | Cellar Door Wine Festival 2015...
by she cooks, she gardens on Feb 19, 2015

Grain Salad & A Photoshoot

Content by Erin Brooks. Last year was a slow one for me blogwise. I took a longer than anticipated break from the world and found a renewed appreciation... The post Grain Salad & A Photoshoot appeared first on she cooks, she gardens.
by she cooks, she gardens on Feb 8, 2015

A delicious Courgette (zucchini) Tomato Bake

This is the first of my week of celebrations posts!  It is my birthday on Wednesday of this week and it will mark the beginning of my last year as a fifty something year old!  (I know! Boo Hoo, how did that happen?  I still feel sixtee...
by The English Kitchen on Aug 10, 2014

Toasted Sesame Chicken Pasta

  This is an incredibly delicious chicken salad, with a wonderful oriental style dressing and plenty of colour and crunch!    I just wish it photographed as beautifully as it tastes!  The flavours are phenomenal!  T...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 31, 2014

A Creamy Potato Gnocchi Salad

If any of you have been reading my blog for a while now, you will know that I am an absolute fan of gnocchi!  It's one of my cupboard staples and something which I try to use in a variety of ways.  I am always stretching the boundaries some...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 30, 2014

A Simple Caprese Salad

I saw a photograph of this in one of my Donna Hay books the other day and it just spoke to me.  She always presents her food so beautifully and it's usually pretty healthy.  She used heirloom tomatoes in hers.  I do not have heirloom t...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 14, 2014

A Guide to Summer Food

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by You Are What You Eat on Jul 12, 2014

Pasta with Sun Dried Tomatoes

This is a delicious salad that I used to make for the Mr when I worked at the Manor.  It was a real favourite with him.  He just loved it. Suffice it to say I made it so often at work, at least every couple of weeks (it was a frequent reque...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 9, 2014

That's Sha . . . llot!

I recently received a lovely carton of Shallots from UK Shallot Growers.  These are seriously the nicest looking shallots I have ever seen.  A hundred times nicer than any I have seen in the shops.  (Why can't the supermarkets give the...
by The English Kitchen on Jun 23, 2014

Roasted Chicken Salad with a Buttermilk and Tarragon Dressing

I don't always eat  unhealthy, fattening stuff here in my kitchen.  Sometimes I actually eat things that are really good for you.  Healthy doesn't have to be  boring.  Say that three times and turn around whilst clicking your...
by The English Kitchen on Jun 19, 2014


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