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Yummy Summer Foods
Chris_WebMD_Staff posted:
Caprice is taking a much earned vacation, but she did leave with you all in mind and with something to chat about.
So on behalf of Caprice, we ask you....

So on behalf of Caprice, we ask you....

July is National Blueberry Month, National Hot Dog Month, AND National Ice Cream Month. What are your favorite summer foods? Got any recipes to share?
Let's welcome her back next week with some delicious ideas for blueberries.
lostkate responded:
Thanks Chris,

I have no recipes but I love blueberry muffins with a nice cup of tea. In my area, we have 7-11 stores, in the summer it always nice to have Slurpee. I had them when I was younger and still get them.

jankearney123 replied to lostkate's response:
blueberries? yup i love bb muffins too kate with tea and or coffee for breakfast or a pick me up in the afternoon.

Another thing i love bb in is my yogurt concoction: vanilla (lofat is what i use) yogurt, bb, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, banana, mango, crushed pineapple, coconut
and crunchy lo fat granola on top.

I make mixes and matches of these for breakfast and its really zippy, filling and yummy!
Chris_WebMD_Staff replied to jankearney123's response:
Oh Jankearney that sounds wonderful, I'm going to try that. Mmmmm
I love blueberry muffins too, Kate. Now I'm hungry, who's with me?

Have a great weekend all and please take care of you.
Happy to be here this week with you all. (((hugs)))
lovely_lemon_tree replied to Chris_WebMD_Staff's response:
Oooh, blueberries. Nice to ask a Mainer, who lives about 10 miles away from "The Blueberry Capital of Maine." I've had fresh blueberries before -- meaning that I actually went out on the hill and picked them and popped them in my mouth. They're so good, you can just put them in a bowl and eat them.

I love blueberry muffins, blueberry cake, blueberry ice cream (a Maine specialty), and blueberry cobbler. My dad's favorite berry is blueberry so I grew up with all this good stuff.

lovely_lemon_tree replied to lostkate's response:
Kate --



I LOVE SLURPEES!!!! They are sooo good! I used to tell my brother that I could live on beef jerky and slurpees.
Eons ago while camping at the coast me and my siblings found a HUGE collection of BB bushes at the edge of the dunes.

We filled our buckets and brought them back to camp. There were so many we started doing weird cooking experiments with them.

Using the bacon wrapped corn as our inspiration we thread teh biggest BB on a skewer and then wrapped in in a single thin slice of bacon around it to cover them. Roast till cooked, then dip in batter and dunk in the deep fryer.

I'm not really a psychopath, I just play one on the internet.
Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
You all are making me HUNGRY! LOL!
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
~Christopher Robin to Pooh
rugger1369 replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
Bleu berris have been growing on me, and my bf and I LOVE Slurpees! He gets them all year long.

@DDancing- batter fried bacon wrapped blueberry skewer!!! - droolingggg over here

And my fave summer dish is a bruschetta/capreze dip I make, its basically a bruschetta but I add a lil balsamic vinegar and fresh mozzarella- served over crustini or with pita chips- I could it eat it everyday

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