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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 4d ago

This blueberry lemonade is a brightly colored and subtly flavored twist on classic lemonade. It’s easy to make and bound to be the star of your summer drinks table. We’ve become pretty big fans of homemade lemonade this year. Not that we weren’t before, but we seem to have made more this year. Watermelon lemonade...

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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 4d ago

Don’t think the name blueberry galette means this is fancy or difficult. This rustic free form tart is easy to make and so delicious. Crisp, tasty and oozing with berries. Blueberries are definitely a favorite fruit to add to snack boxes and they’re great in things like muffins, of course. But one of my favorite...

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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 4d ago

Blueberry curd is a beautifully bright variation on lemon curd that’s a wonderful way to brighten up your toast. It’s easy to make, and with a gentle blueberry and citrus flavor, it’s a great change from jam.  Lemon curd is something I grew up with as it’s relatively common in the UK. I think my...

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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 1w ago

This grilled peach mojito is a deliciously fruity twist on the classic cocktail. Easy to make, it’s full of fresh summery flavors (that also works as a mocktail too). Mojitos were probably one of the first cocktails I actually enjoyed, after a gin and tonic. I know that might seem like an odd statement, but...

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Golfeados are a wonderfully delicious Venezuelan take on sticky buns. Adding cheese to a sweet roll might seem unusual, but it adds a wonderful layer of flavor. These sweet treats are definitely worth a try! I’m not generally a huge sweet tooth, though I do have a few things I have a soft spot for....

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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 2w ago

This watermelon margarita has a little extra kick to it, and is really easy to make. With plenty bright watermelon flavor, it’s just the cocktail to sip on all summer.  Watermelon is something we have on hand pretty much all summer. Grown ups and kids alike will happily snack on it, and I love using...

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Blistered Padron peppers are a classic Spanish tapas that were always high up my list to order in Spain. But they’re also incredibly easy to make at home, taking just a couple minutes! You might have noticed that I have a soft spot for Spanish food. I very quickly grew to love a whole range...

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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 3w ago

Jerk chicken is a delicious Jamaican dish, perfect for cooking on the grill. With an aromatic marinade, and a little or a lot of spice, it’s full of flavor and this recipe makes it easy too! Where I grew up had a limited range of international foods, at the time – we got Indian and...

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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 1M ago

Kisir is a simple, flavor-packed Turkish bulgur salad. It has some similarities to tabbouleh but definitely deserves it’s own place on a meze or lunch table with it’s wonderful tart-savory flavors. I first had kisir in a Turkish restaurant in London a number of years ago. It was described on the menu as a Turkish...

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Caroline's Cooking by Caroline's Cooking - 1M ago

Anticuchos de carne are a delicious and easy meat kebab from Peru that are perfect to add to your grilling list. Easy to prepare, tender meat and with great flavor that you can spice up as suits! Kebabs, kebobs, meat skewers – whatever you call them, “meat on a stick” is pretty common in many...

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