Day 1 saw Shelby and I devouring Grilled Tomato and Brie Sandwiches here and here. We both prepared this sandwich more than once, it was that good with the melted brie!!
Day 2 I chose to make Heirloom Tomato and Herb Pappardelle. This is the perfect way to enjoy those sun-ripened and juicy summer tomatoes.
Day 3 Shelby prepared Strawberry Basil Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette. It is definitely something I need to try!! Shelby said, " Strawberries aren't quite in season here yet, but we are able to buy them in the stores at a fairly reasonable price still - not to mention they are high in nutritional content and low in calories!
Day 4 - I opted for something sweet Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler . L'il Burnt Toast and I enjoyed this with some vanilla yogurt ice cream warm from the oven. You could substitute any seasonal fruit for the peaches. I strongly feel that rhubarb would be a perfect combination for the cookie topping!!
Day 5 Shelby shared Apricot Glazed Grilled Chicken with her family and friends. She says, "The glaze was slightly sweet and the chicken was so tender and juicy. I took leftovers to work in a salad and it was delicious!" This was an excellent choice!!
The highlight of Day 6 was Fire-Seared Antipasto PlatterFire Seared Antipasto Platter jumped off the pages of Cooking Light as the perfect summer appetizer to highlight seasonal vegetables from your local markets.
Day 7 Shelby opted for the Gingered Blueberry Shortcake . Shelby says, "The photo looked so appealing in the magazine that I decided I would have to make it"
We have drawn the names of the 3 winners who will receive a Cooking Light Subscription for 1 year which were generously offered to you by Aaron of Magazine Direct. And the winners are:
Linda of Oklahoma Peach Fuzz and For Goodness Sake(Linda authors two blogs!)
Thanks to all who participated and entered! Winners please email Shelby at grumpyshoneybunch at yahoo dot com with your full name and mailing address so that she can pass this on to Aaron at Magsdirect.com!
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