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This is a recipe I found to love! I have always liked strawberry flavored foods so I thought this would be the perfect choice to also combine my love and passion for character design! I’m a current student at CIA and we ended up having to a create a draw and cook design as a project this year ❤️
I was looking for a light dessert for my son's 21st Birthday, BBQ party (Summer, 2020), when I came across a recipe for Strawberry Mojito Sorbet.
For fun, I decided to serve the sorbet as Popsicles. The recipe is easy to make, light and refreshing, especially after all the snacks and BBQ food. Plus, they were a hit!
Cool and crispy salad nestled on a classic red and white picnic tablecloth. Fresh-from-the-garden strawberries and basil, accented with creamy mozzarella and a crunch of walnuts, then drizzled with punchy balsamic and your best olive oil. Perfect fare to cool and freshen the palate on a warm summer afternoon!
I came across strawberry risotto during lockdown and it seemed so improbable I had to try it. It was a different way to use up a glut of strawberries. I used Martini as I had a bottle open but white wine would also work. It is a savoury dish (honestly) and a very pleasing shade of pink.
This easy to prepare salad is so delicious ans the star of every summer party. It pairs well with balsamic vinegar. The strawberries could be exchanged with other fruits like peaches, raspberries, and even watermelon. Try with cheese, bread and a glas of white wine.
I was inspired by my husband's grandmother, an excellent pastry chef who always goes into the woods on her electric bicycle, picking red fruits and preparing all kinds of desserts. Twice a year she sends me strawberry jams prepared by her and every visit to her house is full of delicious and traditional desserts. This strawberry season is delicious with her desserts!
Growing up in Virginia Beach, VA, every summer my mom would take my siblings and I to Pungo to go pick strawberries. We would make jar after jar of strawberry jam. This recipe is a quicker version, which can be kept in the freezer till use. Remember to only fill the jar to it’s “shoulder”, or the far could explode in the freezer as the jam expands.