summer food obsessions

In ALL, DYSFUNCTIONAL DIETER, FOOD LOVE by Stephanie Klein

Roasted Peaches
Split ’em in half, remove the pit, then, with skin sides up, place the peach halves onto a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. 20 minutes at 400 degrees, and you’ll experience true summer lovin’. I do this in my toaster oven, so I don’t heat up the whole house. One could add cinnamon and butter, but I dig ’em naked. A chiffonade of basil would brighten the dish, especially if you add a milky component like ice cream or a swirl of fresh whipping cream.
Coconut Corn Soup
Me So Corny Soup
Soup? Is she high? Over Independence Day weekend, I served this to a crowd, and they were wowed. It’s bright and light, elegant and fresh. It’s gluten-free too.

Blueberry Buckle
One of my all time faves, I adore the Nectarine Blueberry Buckle. If you need to bring something to someone’s home, bring this.

Tuna Tartare
Again, carb-free, unless you serve these on good quality potato chips.

Savory Compote to Accompany Anything
It’s awesome on its own. As a side dish, on a salad, and especially served with fish.