Summer’s Last Hurrah

I don’t want to it to be September. I am not ready for the fall and if I pretend that it isn’t coming, I am sure it won’t get here. So… how did I pretend fall isn’t coming? Evan and I cooked all the things that are just right in the summer. Also, we didn’t have to work too hard to pretend because the weather was sweltering.

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Heirloom tomato and mango salad dressed with lime, olive oil and red onion. Fresh and summery.

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Fried eggplant dressed with a cool sour cream-dill-garlic topping. I haven’t made this dish all summer long but I wouldn’t finish out the season without it.

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Old-school Russian tomato and cucumber salad dressed with dill, red onion and sour cream served with a side of roasted red pepper hummus and naan. The ideal hot summer’s day lunch!

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This upside down plum cake was a new venture since I’ve not worked with caramels before. The plums were a petite Italian variety that were just like the ones my Baba had in her garden.

Despite my conviction that Labor day weekend was too short, I did get to knit (this, I will show off when I put the finishing touches on it) and we were able to join some friends for an BBQ. All in all a big success.

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