The Complete Summer Cookbook
Start with top-quality seasonal ingredients. Add a healthy dash of creativity. Mix in some clever shortcuts. And keep the cooking time to a minimum. The result is The Complete Summer Cookbook, your guide to celebrating sunshine.Jack Bishop, Chief Creative Officer
279 Foolproof recipes
Can and pickle your summer produce so you can enjoy the season’s freshest flavors year-round.
Buy local summer produce whenever possible. The vegetables and fruits are fresher and more flavorful.
Sub in rotisserie chicken to minimize prep work and make a dinner-worthy cold salad.
Use your slow/pressure cooker to keep the heat out of your kitchen and take the fuss out of dinner.