We normally reserve chili for warming our bones in the winter, but this version that calls for lots of summer produce, like
zucchini and yellow squash, is too good for just one season. We also love adding fresh corn kernels instead of frozen for
a bit of sweet summer goodness.
Use those beautiful bell peppers and that fresh basil you have growing in your backyard or find at the farmers market in this
light and fun summer dish. Add a mixed green salad, and it’s a perfect, easy meal.
Sloppy Joes are great during the summer because you can just send the kids outside to eat and not have to worry about the
mess. Spend a few hours at the pool while this recipe cooks and come back to an easy lunch or dinner.