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"When it comes time for summer," says Alex, "I can't resist making a salad bursting with ingredients from the local markets. For best results, make the salad without ever refrigerating the tomatoes but with the watermelon cold from the refrigerator. The contrast of temperatures will give the salad an extra-fresh taste."
Tyler first soaks corn in water before putting the cobs on a hot grill. The corn is done when it feels soft to the touch. Take the corn off the grill and carefully peel back the husks and remove the silks. Tie each husk in a knot so you can hold on to it like a handle; roll each cob in lime butter and queso fresco, then sprinkle with homemade Ancho Chile Rub.
This make-ahead breakfast uses the best of what's in season right now: blueberries, strawberries and raspberries. Let the bread and egg mixture sit overnight to fully incorporate then bake in the morning and top with fruit and whipped cream.
Rather than roast an entire bird, try Ina Garten's Herb-Roasted Turkey Breast for a flavorful alternative. Rosemary, sage and thyme star in this recipe.
Use lemon, garlic and thyme to flavor Ina Garten's Perfect Roast Turkey recipe from Barefoot Contessa on Food Network, great for the holidays or just dinner.
Rather than dealing with an entire bird, try this Roast Turkey Breast with Gravy recipe from Food Network Kitchen.
Make this turkey rub from Food Network, which has thyme, rosemary, sage and garlic powder.
Take your Thanksgiving turkey to the next level this year with Alton Brown's recipe for Honey Brined Smoked Turkey from Food Network.
Skip the oven and try Alton Brown's Deep-Fried Turkey recipe from Good Eats on Food Network. Start with a brown sugar brine for the most-succulent bird.
The most-important meal of the year deserves a foolproof recipe for the World's Simplest Thanksgiving Turkey from Food Network Magazine.
Keep things simple with Trisha Yearwood's foolproof No-Baste, No-Bother Roasted Turkey recipe for Food Network.