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Steam It, Boil It, Grill It: 10 Recipes for Your End-of-Summer Lobster Fling

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End your summer with a lobster-filled dinner alfresco

Perfect lobster roll to enjoy at your end-of-summer picnic.

Summer is coming to an end, and there’s no better way to say goodbye than with a lobster feast. These popular shellfish have come a long way — they used to be used as fishhook bait and were fed to prisoners, slaves, and servants, but now they’re one of the more expensive items on fine-dining menus. Whether you prefer to steam them, boil them, or grill them, we’re sharing 10 recipes to help you plan out your menu.

Steam It, Boil It, Grill It: 10 Recipes for Your End-of-Summer Lobster Fling

If you’re hosting a Mexican-style lobster fling, then the Lobster and Avocado Quesadillas will be perfect for your guests. They would pair well with a delicious classic Margarita. Planning more of a picnic-style bash? Go with the Tommy Bahama Lobster Roll BLT. It’s picnic perfect with two classic sandwiches in one — you get the best of both worlds.

While Maine Lobster is in season until mid-October, you’ll want to enjoy it alfresco. Don’t forget to uncork your favorite bottle or summer rosé, such as Grandioso Rosé 2014, and let the good times roll.

Grilled Lobster with Lobster Jus Recipe

A delicious treat from BLT Fish, this lobster dish is packed with flavor and fresh ingredients. — Amy Eubanks

Click here for Grilled Lobster with Lobster Jus recipe.

Lobster and Avocado Quesadillas

Delicate lobster meat nestled between citrusy goat cheese and creamy avocado makes for a fantastic meal, especially if you butter up the pan to get a nice and crisp exterior.

If you ever find yourself with leftover lobster, this is the perfect dish to use it up in. When would this ever happen, you ask? Well, let's say there was a sale on lobster and you ended up boiling more than you could eat. Voilà! Lobster quesadillas for everyone. — Yasmin Fahr

Click here for Lobster and Avocado Quesadillas recipe.


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


18 Things To Cook While It's Still Summer

Stressing about summer coming to an end? Don't. I'm here to remind you that it's still summer. In fact, we're at summer's most summery moment—the blazing-hot days when corn and tomatoes and watermelon are in epic ripe abundance.

So don't start planning your Thanksgiving menu just yet. There 18 days until the end of Labor Day weekend (and 34 days until the autumnal equinox!)—and I've put together a list of 18 ways to get the most flavor out of summer while it lasts. Ready, set, go:

Drink your coffee cold while you can.

Photo by Christopher Simpson, Prop and Food Styling by Ali Nardi

It's never too late to master our favorite summer coffee. Already making cold brew like a pro? Make it even cooler.

Or a tart. Or pie bars. Whichever way you slice it, summer fruit and berries are just waiting to be baked with.

File under: things you can't do with winter tomatoes.

Photo by Tara Donne, food and prop styling by Ali Nardi

We created 13 fun ways to put tomatoes on bread—because tomatoes will never taste as good the rest of the year as they do right now.

Speaking of tomatoes: puree them into a super-refreshing cold soup for lunch or dinner. You don't even need a recipe.

Corn on the cob? Check. Corn beyond the cob? That's next level.

The booze effect offsets the ice cream headache effect.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Matt Duckor

Life's a beach when you're sipping fruity frozen cocktails in the sun. Pick one of our favorite recipes and make it for all your friends (or, uh, just you).

It isn't summer until you get watermelon juice all over your hands. Had enough slices already? Here's 27 other ways to eat it.

You might be too hot to cook dinner for your friends, but your slow cooker isn't. So let the slow cooker host a party for eight.

You might want to make two. Or six.

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

Want to try making real wood-fired pizza at home? Your charcoal grill and one special piece of equipment is all you need. (The slightly-less-obsessed can use one of these recipes.)

Grilled hot dogs deserve more than just ketchup and mustard. Here's 38 brilliant ways to top ɾm.

Summer pies to winter pies: "Come at me, bro."

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone

This is perhaps the most ambitious suggestion on this list, since it means pitching a tent and camping overnight. But waking up next to a smoldering camp fire and nestling a foil pack into the coals for breakfast is totally worth it.

Leafy greens and juicy grilled steak are a match made in summer heaven. Haven't tried it yet? Here are 12 recipes to get you going.

Everything tastes better when you kebab it. Case in point: this Indian-spiced chicken number.

You kind of want to be that spatula right now, right?

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Dawn Perry

It's called the Steakburger, and it's made with ground dry-aged beef (yes, that's right) and topped with caramelized onions that taste like steak sauce.

Because once winter comes, you'll regret not having lain in the grass with some cheese and charcuterie (and wine).

Lobster rolls totally count as lobster, btw.

Summer's not over until you crack into at least one crustacean. Steam it, grill it, or go full-hog and cook up your own shellfish boil.

It's how you make summer's flavors last even longer.

Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices


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