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Seasonal Recipes for June

Written by Becky

According to many of my blogging friends, June is STRAWBERRY season. Yes, many other fruits and veggies come alive this month but strawberries are what really have our attention.  And when they’re ripe, they are not tart, or bland like the ones you randomly find in grocery stores mid-winter, but they are puckering-ly sweet and a shade of vibrant red (like the ones in Annalise’s photo above). The strawberries in my garden hardly make their way up the three stairs and into the house. Everett and I have found ourselves on several occasions, squatting and picking, straight garden-to-mouth style. His fingers and mouth covered in strawberry juices and his face with a crazy grin like he’s getting away with something wonderful!

If you’re strawberries, garden fresh or from the market, last more than a few minutes, try some of these mouth watering berry recipes:

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3 Ingredient Fresh Strawberry Pie by Simple Bites

Rosemary Ricotta Blintzes with Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce by My Name is Yeh

Strawberries and Cream Layer Cake by Lauren’s Latest

Roasted Strawberry Vanilla Bean Frozen Yogurt by Completely Delicious

Balsamic Brown Sugar Sauce with Fresh Strawberries by Project Domestication

Cherry Clafoutis with Chocolate Whipped Cream by Climbing Grier Mountain

 

And just incase you find something green at the market, here are some great Spring Green recipes, from cool cocktails to tacos and salads:

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Green Beans with Sorgum and Walnuts by Naturally Ella

Mint Mojito Wine Spritzer by Mountain Mama Cooks

Fresh Arugula, Black Bean and Pickled Radish Tacos by Cookie and Katee

Greek Salad with Avocado by Foodie Crush

Tzatziki Chicken Salad by me

Cucumber Lime Slush by Cafe Johnsonia

 

Comments (4)

  1. Strawberries really are the best of what’s around right now. The perfect summer dinner for me would be your tzatziki chicken salad finished off with Annalise’s roasted strawberry frozen yogurt.

    YUM!

    Thanks for the fun time again. I love the #eatseasonal campaign.

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