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  • Raspberry Cornmeal Muffins

    Perfect for breakfast, snack or even dessert, muffins are a favorite treat at any age. Serve these muffins straight from the oven with blueberries, blackberries or raspberries to best experience the earthy nuances of the cornmeal.

  • Blueberry Walnut Streusel Muffins

    Who can resist a muffin piled high with streusel topping? But these muffins are far more than just their pretty topping: the muffin itself is a light, sweet cake punctuated with the bright tang of fresh blueberries.

  • Rustic Tart of Fresh Apricots and Goat Cheese Cream

    This utterly simple tart is made with easy-to-use purchased puff pastry. Any seasonal fruit, such as nectarines, peaches, or plums can be used, as can thinly sliced apples.

  • Baby Spinach and Strawberry Salad with Curry Vinaigrette

    A touch of curry in the vinaigrette brightens the flavor of the strawberries and adds depth to the salad.

  • Pan Roasted Pork Chops with Glazed Peaches

    Simple, rustic with sweet and sour notes, this pork dish is best when peaches are at their peak. If out of season, try with pears, apples or figs. It’s also great with duck breast!

  • Peach, Nectarine, and Plum Compote with Thyme, Honey and Ginger

    Make this compote when stone fruit is at the height of its season, and you will be rewarded with an intensely flavorful treat to eat on its own, over yogurt or ice cream, or topped with granola. Be sure to take the fruit off the heat when it is just shy of being tender—it continues to cook as it sits.

  • Summer Berry Trifle

    In a hurry? You can make this with store-bought pound cake (or angel food cake, which is lower in calories) and get this gorgeous dessert ready in about 20 minutes.

  • Quinoa and Oats Cherry Crisp

    This gluten-free quinoa and oat flakes topping is perfect on any kind of fruit crisp. Cornflakes can substitute for quinoa flakes and make the topping extra crispy.

  • Pear, Cranberry, and Apricot Compote with Orange and Clove

    Spoon warm compote over vanilla ice cream, pork roast or Greek yogurt—or serve it in a bowl accompanied by butter cookies. The compote keeps well in the refrigerator for one week.

  • Mascarpone-Apple Stuffed Brioche French Toast

    Make this outrageous breakfast only for friends and family you want to have over regularly: once served this, they’re likely to grace your door frequently.

  • Blackberry-Lemon Pecan Crisp

    This crisp may just be what Mother Nature had in mind when she created blackberries.

  • Sourdough French Toast with Nectarine-Port Topping

    The topping may be doubled or tripled and used on yogurt, ice cream or waffles throughout the week.