Better Homes and Gardens August 2010 Recipes
Check out our latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: yummy peach recipes, quick dinners, Scott Peacock's classic apple crisp, and more.
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Peach and Blackberry Slaw
This summer side is a cross between a salad and a slaw. Peaches and berries add a touch of sweetness to balance the tangy herb dressing.
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Cheddar-Stuffed Turkey Burgers with Peach Ketchup
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Sweet, spicy, and salty come together in these hearty sandwiches. The shrimp grill up fast, making this an ideal meal for busy weeknights.
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Peach-Glazed Pork Chops
These chops get a fiery bite from Sriracha sauce -- a Thai hot sauce that's a blend of chiles, garlic, sugar, salt, and vinegar.
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Roasted Peach Pies with Butterscotch Sauce
Bake peaches in a biscuitlike crust; butterscotch sauce adds a touch of sweetness.
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Peach and Tomato Pasta
Peaches add a touch of sweetness to balance the acidity of the tomatoes in this flavorful pasta toss.
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This salty-sweet bread is great served as a side or snack. To bring out the flavor of the fruit, blend vanilla with olive oil and drizzle over the focaccia before baking.
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Panna Cotta with Peaches in Lime Syrup
Top this creamy vanilla-flavored dessert with peaches, lime syrup, and pistachios for a special treat.
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Blue Cheese Burger Kabobs
Thread mushrooms, onion wedges, and meatballs filled with blue cheese crumbles onto skewers for a sophisticated twist on a cheeseburger.
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Coconut Fruit S'mores
Customize these indoor s'mores by swapping the blackberries for your favorite summer fruits, such as strawberries, blueberries, or plum slices.
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Classic Apple Crisp
This incredible dessert from chef Scott Peacock brims with the season's new-harvest apples and warm spices.
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Chickpea Salad with Grilled Pita
For a meatless dinner idea or simple side dish, toss garbanzo beans with tomatoes, feta, mint, and an easy vinaigrette and serve with warm pita wedges.
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Caramelized Pork with Melon
A simple melon topping adds freshness to lightly spiced pork chops and Napa cabbage.
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Lemon and Herb Grilled Trout Sandwich
Basil mayonnaise and grilled lemon slices brighten this quick and easy trout sandwich.
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Balsamic-Glazed Chicken Tenders
For a quick, flavorful dinner, cook chicken tenders in a mixture of cinnamon applesauce, orange juice, and cardamom.
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Pan-Fried Garlic Steak
This steak dinner is flavorful and hearty. Cannellini beans with butter and parsley make a fresh and easy side dish.
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Chilean-Style Hot Dog with Avocado-Chili Relish
For a fun twist on a summertime favorite, top your dogs with a bold mixture of green tomatoes, avocados, shallots, cilantro, jalapenos, olive oil, and lime juice.
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This cool cocktail gets a burst of fresh flavor from lime and mint. For a nonalcoholic version, replace the pisco with sparkling water.
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Shrimp Boil on a Stick
This kabob idea features your favorite shrimp boil flavors -- jumbo shrimp, sweet corn, new potatoes, and sausage -- in less than an hour.
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Grilled BLT Skewers
These tasty kabobs are a fun remake of the popular sandwich. Dip the skewers in a delicious basil buttermilk dressing.
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For a Moroccan twist on burgers, fold apricots, pine nuts, cilantro, and spices into ground beef, and then serve with cumin-, cinnamon-, and coriander-spiked ketchup after grilling.
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These hearty scones are flavored with cheddar cheese, ham, dill, and Dijon mustard.
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Blend frozen fruit, yogurt, orange juice, and baby spinach together for a sweet and healthy breakfast treat.
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Deep-Dish Mexican Meat Loaf Pie
To make this hearty casserole, press taco meat into a deep dish, and then fill with Spanish rice, hominy, and veggies; top with crushed chips, jalapeno, and cilantro.
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