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Dessert: American Apple Pie Shots with Pistachio Crumble

American Modern: Apple Pie Shots with Pistachio Crumble

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Is there any dessert more quintessentially American than a classic apple pie? This crowd-pleasing dessert is the perfect way to pay homage to America on Independence Day (or any other day!). The height of apple season isn’t until the fall, but apples are (thankfully) available all year-round, so you can make this summery version of the patriotic pie for 4th of July.

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For our version, we deconstructed it and took the pie out of its shell, layering the different elements and presenting it in modern, individual size glass jars.  You can use small jam jars, mason jars, or even shot glasses for this apple pie crumble.  Instead of a classic crumble, we added meaty pistachios for a great crunchy texture. You can top it off either with ice cream – a la mode – or whipped cream, depending on how hot the weekend gets!

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Your pistachio crumble should be buttery, crunchy and just a bit salty. Once it’s done, break it apart with your hands into coarse pieces, and make the crumbles as big or as small as you want. If pistachios are not your thing, you could easily substitute for a finally chopped macadamias (yum!), thinly sliced almonds, or just a regular crumble.

 

American Apple Pie Shots with Pistachio Crumble

Rating: 51

Yield: Serves 6

American Apple Pie Shots with Pistachio Crumble

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Peel and cube the apples to about ¾ inch wide cubes, and place them in a bowl with water and the juice of ½ lemon. This will prevent the apples for oxidizing.
  2. In a medium saucepan, add the ¼ cup lemon juice with 1 cup orange juice, and incorporate ½ cup sugar, and heat over a hot/medium fire. Once the sugar is fully dissolved, add the apples (previously drained) and cook at medium heat until they’re just tender. Leave in the pan to cool down and get started on your crumble. Note: don’t over stir, so the apple cubes don’t disintegrate and lose their shape.
  3. In a bowl, mix the pistachios, 2 tbsp. sugar, flour, butter, cinnamon and cream and mix with a fork (or your hands), until you get a coarse mix.
  4. Preheat the oven to 375 F.
  5. Spray non-stick spray over a baking sheet, and spread the crumble.
  6. Bake from 8 to 10 minutes, until the crumble is dry and golden. Once cooled, break up the crumble with your hands.
  7. To serve, scoop the apple mix into shot classes or mason jars, then cover with 2 to 3 spoonfuls of crumble. Finish with a small scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
http://www.gourmetfoodstore.com/gourmet-food-blog/american-apple-pie-pistachio-crumble/

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9 Amazing Recipes For Your Fourth of July Menu

fourthofjulyGFSOUR FOURTH OF JULY MENU!

Fourth of July is all about celebrating America and the great culinary traditions of this incredible country. But it’s also about summer, that bright, hot and sunny season that always seems to just fly us by entirely too quickly. This Independence Day, we’re making the most of the weather and taking our celebration outside – be it poolside or backyard, beach or park, rooftop or balcony, our 4th of July menu is simple, fresh and delicious. The plan: elevated versions of Americana food classics, like grilled cheese, burgers, corn on the cob, slaw, and more. Plus, a show-stopping perfectly-grilled pork tenderloin, and to finish off, a centerpiece worthy patriotic cake. America rocks!

 

Grilled Chipotle Pork Tenderloin

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Photo credit: Bev Cooks

This mouthwatering pork tenderloin recipe by Bev of Bev Cooks is the stuff of grilling dreams. It all starts with a spicy (but not mouth-melting) chipotle pepper, brown sugar and lime marinade, and a succulent pork tenderloin (we suggest the buttery Berkshire Pork Tenderloin by Steaks & Game). The trick is to marinade the pork in advance, so all the flavors will soak right into the meat. We love that this only looks like a time-consuming recipe – the pork actually grills in 45 minutes. Which leaves you plenty of time for cocktails and fireworks. Get the Grilled Chipotle Pork Tenderloin Recipe >

 

Sliders with Beer-Glazed Onions and Brie

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Photo credit: Confections of a Foodie Bride

You’ve invited all your friends and family over and planned everything to the last red-white-and-blue napkin:  now’s the time to dazzle their tastebuds with a super-fancy burger that will leave your neighbors talking about your Fourth of July menu all sumer long. These elegant and delicious sliders (try out our Australian Wagyu sliders) by Confections of A Foodie Bride are just the thing. Topped with brie and craft brew-glazed caramelized onions, you’ll want to make sure you have enough of these to go around – they’re guaranteed to disappear as soon as you set them out.  Get the Sliders with Beer-Glazed Onions and Brie Recipe

 

Crab and Avocado Grilled Cheese

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Photo credit: Foodie Crush

We absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this grilled cheese recipe by Foodie Crush. It’s sophisticated yet super simple, and there’s something about a grilled cheese that just takes us back to our summers at camp. But there’s nothing childish about this sandwich! It has meaty pieces of sweet snow crab and thick slices of avocado, all topped with melted Havarti cheese. It’s also a perfect vegetarian option to your Fourth of July menu. We might suggest adding a flavored mayo, and you can switch up the Havarti for any of your favorites (like Swiss, Gouda, or even Comte) – but just make sure the cheese you pick melts well (see our great selection of melting cheeses). Get the Crab and Avocado Grilled Cheese Recipe >

 

Fruit & Nuts Blue Cheese Slaw

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Photo credit: Tidymom.net

This coleslaw recipe is a far cry from the traditional mayo-soaked slaw of picnics of yore. First of all, it’s loaded not with mayo but with delicious fruits like strawberries, mandarin oranges and grapes, then sprinkled with meaty pecans and topped with crumbled blue cheese. It’s also really simple to put together (you can even make it ahead the day before your party) AND it’s vegetarian. A great way to class up classic picnic fare! Get the Fruit and Nut Slaw Recipe by Tidy Mom > 

 

Spicy Shrimp & Avocado Salad

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Photo credit: Dine and Dish

The riot of colors and flavors in this salad by Dine and Dish completely grabbed us. It combines fabulous (and healthy!) seasonal summer ingredients like juicy tomatoes, meaty avocados and sweet corn, but it goes a step further with the zesty addition of Sriracha grilled shrimp. The contrast of the crisp lettuce, the creamy avocado and the hot shrimp is festive, delicious and hearty.  A drizzle of a great quality olive oil and some good balsamic vinegar, and you’ve got a side dish for your Fourth of July menu that can easily serve as a main course for your vegetarian and/or health conscious guests.  Get the Spicy Sriracha Shrimp and Avocado Salad Recipe >

 

Smoky Parmesan Corn On The Cob

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Photo credit: The Endless Meal

Corn on the cob and summer go together, no question about it. Add Parmesan and a hint of smoked paprika to the equation, and you’ve got a dish worthy of your fireworks! This corn on the cob recipe by The Endless Meal will be your go-to summer staple, guaranteed.  Just brush the butter and parmigiano mix on the corn and wrap in foil (you can do all this and refrigerate up to two days in advance) and then throw on the grill alongside your burgers.  The perfect summer gourmet side dish for your Fourth of July menu! Get the Parmesan Corn on The Cob Recipe >

 

Red, White & Blue Mini Fruit Pizzas

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Photo credit: Mommy’s Kitchen

This patriotic dessert by Mommy’s Kitchen will please kids and adults alike! We’re big fans of adding fresh, seasonal produce to everything, and these “mini pizzas” (actually cookies) are the perfect vehicle to give kids a serving of fresh fruit (sneaky!). You can make your favorite cookie recipe, top it with a cream cheese filling and then add slices of fresh berries – just make sure you have blueberries for that red, white and blue theme. Or, instead of cookies and cream cheese, try some fresh blini and creme fraiche for a savory, grown-up alternative. Get the Red, White and Blue Mini Fruit Pizzas Recipe >

 

Summer Sangria

fourth of july menu sangria

Photo credit: Eat Drink Love

What’s a party without a signature cocktail? Our pick this year is this delish fruit-filled sangria by Eat Drink Love. It’s sweet, it’s filled with berries, and just like a punch, you can just make a big ol’ pitcher instead of laboring at the bar over individual drinks.  To keep with the patriotic theme, use blueberries and strawberries, and cut out some pineapples (it’s not white, but it’s close enough!) with a star-shaped cutter. Get the Summer Sangria Recipe >

 

Ombre Independence Day Cake

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Photo credit: Brit + Co.

Does this cake really need an introduction? Don’t you just want to run to the recipe just by looking at it? We did! This is the piece (of cake) de resistance for our Fourth of July menu. The crafty gals at Brit + Co. (their site is a treasure trove of all sorts of ideas – from food, to crafts to fashion – go get lost in the awesomeness!) made the executive decision to use cake mix and ready-made frosting to offset the time it takes to assemble the cake, but more enterprising and expert bakers can definitely use their favorite cake recipe and make their own frosting instead. This is the moment to go BIG, and this cake definitely fits the bill – just make sure you have enough height on your fridge to store it. Get the Ombre Independence Day Recipe > 

 

Happy Fourth of July!

 

A big thank you to all the wonderful bloggers who let us share the amazing recipes that make up our Fourth of July menu. We encourage you to visit their blogs and sites for more incredible recipes, menu ideas and general awesomeness.

Which one of these yummy recipes is your favorites? Do you have any great recipes for the Fourth? Share them in the comments below or on Facebook

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Video: A Patriotic 4th of July Dessert!

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 Juicy peaches, sweet strawberries and plump berries are ripe for the picking – and ready to be the star of your 4th of July desserts.

Need some inspiration for your 4th of July dessert? Joan Nathan’s fruit crisp is our featured pick! It’s filled with strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries, then topped with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream, for the perfect and most delicious red, white and blue patriotic dessert.

There’s nothing more wonderful in the too-short summer season than making the most of the bounty of fruit that is just bursting with flavor and color. Juicy peaches, sweet strawberries and plump berries, to name a few, are ripe for the picking – and ready to be the star of your summer desserts. For this 4th of July dessert “pie”, the concept of tart is turned upside down, with the dough on top, the fruit at the bottom. This way, the juices of the fruit don’t turn the dough soggy, ensuring crisp bites.

Serve in spoonfuls over bowls, or, to give the presentation a more “summery” twist, spoon into mason jars and use long milkshake spoons.

Bonus!  This wonderful recipe is an all-season must – just replace the summer berries and rhubarb with whatever fruit is at the market, like crisp apples in the fall, or citrus fruit in the winter.  If the weather is cooler, top with whipped cream instead of ice cream (although we’re partial to ice cream all year long!).

 

 

 

Video: Tablet Magazine

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Passion Fruit Pavlovas

passion fruit frozen puree pavlovas

 

Sweet, with a dash of fresh citrus flavor, airy pavlovas are the perfect dessert to welcome summer.  

The filling – or topping – of our pavlovas is made with exotic Passion Fruit Frozen Puree, but feel free to give your imagination free rein and use any of the other lush flavors from our incredible Boiron line of French fruit purees – or mix it up and offer a variety.

Pavlovas are a classic European dessert of light and crusty meringue. Named after a Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova, the dessert is, surprisingly enough, a New Zealand invention (though a hotly contested one) and the New Zealand’s National Dessert.

The stiff meringue “pillows” hold up beautifully and provide the perfect centerpiece for the lush passion fruit cream, with a soft center that melts in your mouth at the first bite. The trick to the pavlova is that once it’s done baking, it should be left to cool down completely in the oven, to avoid deflating.

 

Passion Fruit Pavlovas

Serving Size: 8

Passion Fruit Pavlovas

Ingredients

  • MERINGUE
  • 4 eggs, separeated into whites and yolks
  • ¾ cups sugar
  • 1 tsp. Apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tbsp. Corn starch
  • PASSIONFRUIT PUREE FILLING
  • ½ cup sugar
  • Grated lime peel
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 1 cup Passion Fruit Frozen Puree
  • 1 cup plain yogurt
  • 2 limes, sliced thinly
  • 2 sprigs fresh Rosemary

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven at 275 F.
  2. In a bowl, beat the egg whites into soft peaks, then add the sugar one tablespoon at a time, beat continuously until you stiff peaks forms. Stop beating, incorporate the vinegar and cornstarch, then whip about 30 seconds more until you get a fully combined.
  3. Place a sheet of sheet of parchment paper over a baking sheet, and with a pencil, draw 8 circles of about 3-½ inches diameter.
  4. Drop one or two full tablespoons or 1/3 cup of meringue in the center of each circle. With a spoon, gently press into the center of each circle to create an indent or shallow hollow.
  5. Transfer to oven and reduce the heat to 200 F. Bake for 1 to 1 ½ hours. The meringue circles should be easily lifted from the parchment paper. When it’s done, leave to cool in the oven and then take to a dry place without covering.
  6. While meringue is baking, start your filling.
  7. In a bowl, mix the egg yolks and the 1/2-cup sugar, and add the lime peel and juice.
  8. Place the bowl in a water bath or double boiler – simmering, not boiling – mixing with a wooden spoon until it thickens. Make sure the water doesn’t boil over, or the preparation will spoil. Remove from heat.
  9. Add the yogurt and the Passion Fruit Frozen Puree and transfer the bowl to an ice bath to cool. Use immediately or store in the fridge
  10. Fill the pavlovas with the passion fruit filling and garnish with two half-slices of lemon and a bit of rosemary.
http://www.gourmetfoodstore.com/gourmet-food-blog/passion-fruit-pavlovas-recipe/

 

 

Recipe: Marcela Sorondo for Gourmet Food World
Photo: Monica Sempertegui for Gourmet Food World

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Celebrating Dad: A Father’s Day Menu In 4 Steps (+ 2 Dad-Worthy Recipes)

It’s Our Father’s Day Menu!

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The weather just calls us out to the great outdoors (or the backyard), so we thought up a Father’s Day menu that’s designed to enjoy al fresco.

Each Dad has a different palate, but a quick poll around the Gourmet Food Store office turned up one unanimous winner – meat. Grilled meats, to be specific. So this year, our Father’s Day menu is about firing up that grill and giving Dad an upscale version of his favorites foods.

And of course, no cookout would be complete without a signature cocktail, something for Dad to sip while he opens his presents. A selection of sweet desserts, a thoughtful, heartfelt card and lots of hugs and kisses, and you have the recipe for his most fantastic Father’s Day ever!

Step 1: Dad’s Upscale Dogs

Nothing could be easier or more delicious than throwing some delicious franks on the grill. To level things up a bit, try these fabulous Wagyu mini-dogs. Made from all-natural Australian Wagyu beef, they’re a super affordable way to give Dad a taste of the world-famous Kobe beef without breaking your retirement-fund piggy bank. Pair them with a sophisticated honey mustard dipping sauce, which you can make ahead and keep refrigerated – just warm it up when you’re serving the dogs.

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Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce Recipe

In a small pot, mix all ingredients and simmer for 25 minutes on medium-low heat.

  • 1 tsp. honey
  • 1 cup ketchup
  • 1 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1 tsp. smoked pepper
  • 1 tsp. dry ground  mustard
  • 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce

 

Step 2: Cool Caipirinha Cocktail

He’ll need a refreshing beverage to wash down all this food, and we think he’ll appreciate this one. All Dads love sports, so in honor of the World Cup festivities, we included Brazil’s most popular cocktail to our Father’s Day menu: the citrusy and sweet Caipirinha. Limes, sugar, cachaca (pronouns kah//SHAH/sah) and lots of ice are all you’ll need to craft this cocktail. Need some pointers? This video will show you how to make the perfect Caipirinha.

A father's day cocktail

Caipirinha Ph: : Maurice Chédel

Step 3: The Father of All Burgers

This next course is the one that will make you his favorite forever: Grass-Fed Burgers Topped With Foie Gras. Start with great-quality grass-fed beef patties (or grind your own). The secret is in the foie gras slices – rich and succulent, it adds a layer of delicious decadence to what would otherwise be a regular backyard burger. Keep in mind that this is a relatively heavy dish, so make sure Dad doesn’t load up on lots of chips (or too many of those delicious Wagyu cocktail hot dogs) beforehand. Or, just leave enough time between the appetizer and the burgers!  See the full recipe for this meaty masterpiece below.

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Step 4: Dad’s Just Desserts

After recovering from his food coma, Dad will certainly be ready for his something sweet. Surprise him with a variety of summer-ready mini tarts from Galaxy Dessert. The Tart Sampler includes four Dad-approved tarts: Pecan, Apple, Lemon and Key Lime. The best part? These delicious tarts are pre-made and all ready to go, no cooking required – and after all the work you put into the meal, we’re sure you’ll appreciate this sweet break from the oven!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grass Fed Beef Burgers with Foie Gras

Serving Size: 4

Grass Fed Beef Burgers with Foie Gras

Ingredients

  • 4 Kaiser rolls
  • 4 burger patties
  • 4 slices of fresh foie gras
  • 12 shiitake mushrooms, sliced
  • 2 tsp. of balsamic vinegar
  • 1 cup heavy cream.
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350.
  2. Fire up the grill and get the heat up to high. While the grill is heating up, start on your foie gras.
  3. Season the foie gras slices with salt and pepper.
  4. Preheat a medium non-stick saucepan over very high heat. When it’s smoking hot, place the foie gras slices. Cook for about two minutes – the fat should start rendering immediately – then flip and cook for another 2 minutes.
  5. Remove from the pan (but don’t wash or discard the pan) and bake in the oven for about 5 minutes. While the foie gras is in the oven, start your shitake cream sauce.
  6. In the same pan used to cook the foie gras slices – which should have the rendered fat from the foie gras – add the shiitake mushrooms, 1 tbsp. of balsamic vinegar and a 1/2 tsp. salt, and cook for about 4 minutes over medium heat. Incorporate the heavy cream and cook, stirring, until the cream turns light brown.
  7. Leave the foie gras in a warm place while you cook your burgers.
  8. Season the burgers with salt and pepper and place on the grill over a hot fire – which will get you that nice crust. Grill each side for about 4 to 5 minutes – checking to make sure it’s not burning – then flip, and grill for another 2 minutes or so. To check for doneness, use an instant-read food thermometer: 125°F for medium rare or 135°F for medium.
  9. Serve each burger over a warm roll, topped with a slice of foie gras and drizzle with the shiitake sauce.
http://www.gourmetfoodstore.com/gourmet-food-blog/fathers-day-menu-4-steps/

 

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Spring Risotto Recipes!

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A risotto might conjure images of hearty winter dinners, but the beauty of a basic risotto recipe is that you can take it from winter to spring, simply by adding some seasonal vegetables and removing some of the cheese and butter that is so comforting during the colder weather season, but too heavy during the lighter months.

We give you some ideas by extraordinary bloggers, who show you how you can take some humble grains of rice and easily transform them into an amazing, fresh spring and summer gourmet meal. Plus, a great and simple risotto recipe to add to your summer risotto recipe repertoire!

 

 

Minty Fresh Risotto Recipe

This creamy but fresh risotto recipe starts with the classic Arborio rice and gets a boost of veggies with crunchy sugar peas and a bright flavor from fresh mint. The perfect centerpiece for any spring – or summer – lunch! The original recipe comes from the extraordinary Donna Hay, but it’s really Darina’s wonderful photography over at Gratinee Blog that made this gorgeous risotto make our top five.

 

 

The Lighter Side of Risotto

We always love finding lighter versions of a classic recipe, as long as it doesn’t skimp on flavor, of course. This fabulous Lighter Spring Risotto recipe by Iowa Girl Eats includes loads of health and flavorful vegetables like asparagus and spring peas, plus meaty mushrooms and of course, Arborio rice. What it doesn’t include: butter and cheese, so you can eat your risotto and still be ready for summer swimming.

 

 

Put Spring In Your Lemon Risotto

“Tender yet crunchy green vegetables with bright creamy lemony rice”…we can’t describe it any better ourselves! Jeanine from Love and Lemons uses her favorite ingredient to add some bright citrus flavor to her delicious Lemon Risotto with Asparagus and Peas, loading the dish with spring veggies like peas and asparagus, and finishing it with a secret genius technique – which you can read all about here.

 

Lemon & Dill Risotto

Lemon & Dill Risotto

Ingredients

  • ½ stick of butter, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 brown onion, chopped
  • 1 ½ cup Arborio rice
  • 4 garlic cloves, crushed
  • ½ cup dry white wine
  • 6 cups fish stock (heated)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon rind (finely grated)
  • ¼ cup chopped dill
  • 1 ½ cup parmesan, finely grated

Instructions

  1. In a large heavy saucepan over medium heat, place the butter and the oil.
  2. Add the chopped onion and cook for about 2–5 minutes or until soft.
  3. Next, incorporate the rice and the garlic, and stir continuously for about 1 minute until rice is well coated.
  4. Add the white wine and cook until evaporated, or about 1 minute.
  5. Start adding the stock, one cup at a time, STIRRING continuously, for about 25–30 minutes or until all the liquid absorbed and the rice is al dente. If the liquid evaporates and the rice is not done yet, add more stock until fully cooked and creamy.
  6. Finally, add and stir in the lemon rind, dill and cheese.

Notes

http://www.gourmetfoodstore.com/gourmet-food-blog/spring-risotto-recipes/

Labor Day Cookout Gourmet Feast!

Bye Bye Summertime! A Sophisticated Gourmet Labor Day Cookout Menu

Labor Day Cookout Gourmet Feast!

A Labor Day Cookout Feast! Left to Right: Bacon Scallops by Kate, Gourmet Chili Dogs by Bev, Succotash by Profiteroles & Ponytails, & Key Lime Pie by Galaxy Desserts.

It’s… inevitable. Summer, with all it’s fun under the sun, is almost over. Labor Day weekend  is almost upon us, and with it, the unofficial close to the summer season. But before we unpack the sweaters and bring out the comforters, there’s still time for a last summer hurrah! Get ready for a Labor Day Cookout! Celebrate a fun-filled, warm and beautiful long weekend with family and friends… and great food, of course!

Labor Day weekend celebrations are all about barbeques and grilling, picnics and cookouts, so we’ve prepared a summery Labor Day Cookout Menu for you, with recipes as fresh as they’re unfussy, as down-to-earth as they’re sophisticated, with the freshest ingredients of the summer season.

  Labor Day Cookout Menu

Appetizer
Grilled Bacon Scallops by Kate
Salad
Summer Succotash by Profiteroles & Ponytails
Main
Gourmet Chili Dogs by Bev Cooks
Dessert
Key Lime Pie by Galaxy Desserts

 

Grilled Bacon Scallops by FramedCooks.com

Bacon Scallops for a Labor Day Cookout

Summer on a stick! Photo: Bacon Scallops by Kate of FramedCooks.com

Start off your meal with an easy, summer-ready appetizer.  Plump sea scallops wrapped with bacon, brushed with olive oil, seasoned with salt and pepper, and grilled to perfection.  Add a squeeze of lemon and you have the most delicious start to a Labor Day cookout. Grilled Bacon Scallops Recipe

Summer Succotash Salad by Profiteroles & Ponytails

Colorful Labor Day Cookout Salad

The most colorful Labor Day yet! Ph: Saccutash by Profiteroles & Ponytails

An outdoor meal is never complete without a fresh, seasonal salad. This Succotash Summer Salad by Profiteroles & Ponytails could just as easily be a meal by itself. Sweet corn, juicy grape tomatoes, plump edamame, avocado, onions and sweet pepper. Drizzle with some lime juice, olive oil and season with salt and pepper, and you’re done! Summer Saccutash Recipe

 

Gourmet Chili Hot Dogs by BevCooks.com

Gourmet Chili Hot Dogs For Labor Day Cookout

(Hot) Dog days of summer! Gourmet Chili Hot Dogs, Ph: Bevcooks.com

A stylish, sophisticated version of an American classic we all know and love? That’s what we’re talking about! There’s no need to get complicated, to get gourmet. Bev of Bevcooks.com made these barkin’ hot dogs with grilled Polish Kielbasa, slid those puppies into fresh baguettes, then ladled a generous portion of her amazing sweet and spicy chili and finished off with shredded cheddar, diced onion and cilantro. This recipe inspired our Labor Day Cookout Menu, so run for the recipe, now!  Gourmet Chili Dog Recipe

Key Lime Pie by Galaxy Desserts

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A flourishing finish! Key Lime Pie by Galaxy Desserts

Our Labor Day Cookout dessert is the most labor-less of them all! These gourmet key lime tarts are made by Galaxy Desserts in California, featuring an all-butter shortbread crust and a filling made out of real Key limes. Just take out of the freezer and serve. Order here >