6.10.2013

Delicious Summer


With days away to officially start Summer, I gathered some of my favorite recipes from here and created Delicious Summer. Because I like to complicate myself, instead of giving you links to the recipes, I made a magazine-like post. Would you believe me if I told you I made this in two labor-intensive days? I still don't know how that happened. My reward would be to know you liked it! 

Most recipes you've seen but there are photos I'm posting for the first time and a couple of new recipes like this refreshing cucumber cocktail. So sit back and enjoy! 



23 comments:

  1. A lovely issue - wonderfully summery!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. That's some beautiful photography there...and can leave the great recipes..good job...
    Ash

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  3. It looks really nice and will be helpful for me in the summertime. Thanks a lot!

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  4. This is SO gorgeous! Beautiful food and stunning photos! I'm looking forward to making your fig salad and watermelon lemonade tonight! I would love to make the Tabouli, but I found it a bit difficult to read the text as it was close to the color of the photo. If it wer a touch easier to read, I'd be making that as well-LOVE Tabouli!

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    1. I did noticed that but is late to change it :(. However, here is the link you the recipe here in the blog. Thank you very much!!!! http://deliciousshots.blogspot.com/2012/03/true-middle-eastern-feast.html

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    2. awesome!! thank you so much! I'm making the lemonade right now...oh man...smells so good!

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  5. I am so gonna try the sorbet recipes with my brand new ice cream machine!
    Great timing. Needless to say that I love it ;)
    Besos Naj.

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  6. Love it! What a beautiful production. Well done :)

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  7. Only two days?! I don't know how you did it in such little time but it's gorgeous as always!

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    1. Thank you Sylvie, I still don't know either!! xx

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  8. One more question-what software did you use to make it a "book" or magazine? Flexpaper? This layout is beautiful and I'd love to use something like this for a wedding project.

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    1. I just uploaded my pdf files on issuu.com and they transformed then into a magazine format, it's quite easy and fast!

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  9. Great ideas for summer, can't wait to try some of these soon. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Wow fantastic recipes.
    Regards
    Olguis.

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  11. Your recipes are wonderful. I would love for you to share them with us at foodieportal.com. Foodieportal.com is a new food sharing site, we're no photography snobs, we're just foodies and we actually try hard to promote your pictures. At foodieportal.com all your food pictures will get accepted so I really hope you come and join us.

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  12. Such a pleasure to read through your magazine!

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  13. So refreshing, and your photo is great, good job. Thanks for sharing.

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