July Recipe Roundup {4th of July Recipes}

July is here and that means it’s time for cookouts, picnics, and celebrating the Fourth of July! It also means that summer is now in full swing. This month our group of bloggers is sharing recipes that are full of patriotic themes of blue and red as well as many grilling and cookout recipes, and a lot of fun desserts and treats. Keep reading to help you plan out your meals for the month of July and your July 4th celebrations. Don’t forget to check back on the last day of each month to see each monthly recipe round-up.

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Grilled Sausage, Potatoes & Garlic Scapes

Oh, sweet summertime. I know we’re only two weeks in but I am loving this summer.

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We’ve been spending a ton of time outside, our days are pretty unstructured, and lots of our meals have been farm produce on the grill – including this meal.

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13 Main Dish Recipes for the Grill

If the only thing you’ve made on your grill so far this summer is burgers, hot dogs, and/or barbecue chicken, we need to have a chat. Your grill can do SO much more!

Main Dish recipes for the grill

I’ve put together a list of some of my favorite grilled main dishes. Whether you’re looking for something for a crowd or just dinner tonight, there’s a plethora of ideas below. Don’t let summer slip by without giving your grill a workout!

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The Best Grilled Chicken

If there’s one thing you need in your wheelhouse for grilling season, it’s a great grilled chicken. Something easy, but delicious; flavorful, but versatile.

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Luckily, I’ve got you covered. This grilled chicken is the best.

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Swiss Chard and Onion Frittata

This week is super exciting: it’s our first CSA pickup of the year.

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I adore CSA season. Thursdays at the farm and a whole lot of fresh produce.

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Eggplant “Meatballs”

Today is Good Friday, and the end of this year’s meatless Lent Fridays series. Thank you so much for joining me to mark another Lenten season!

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I’m rounding out this year’s series with these awesome, vegan “meatballs”.

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April Recipe Roundup {Fresh Springtime Recipes} + $75 Target Gift Card Giveaway

Spring has arrived and it’s time to start looking forward to fresh produce and fresh springtime recipes! This month we have a lot of recipes for breakfast, sides and salads, main dishes, as well as desserts featuring a lot of early spring flavors like asparagus, eggs, peas, garlic, berries, lemon, and more. Keep reading to see all the recipes we have to help you plan out your April menu!

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Baked Vegetable Tacos

Today is the first Friday of Lent, so I’m kicking off my annual Lenten project – sharing meatless meals every Friday. What began as simply a way to keep from eating plain spaghetti and pizza every Friday has grown into one of my favorite yearly blog projects.

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But, nine years on, how do I keep this series fresh? I’ve spent a bunch of time thinking about our family’s current needs and how to get them to reflect in my meatless Friday posts.

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65+ Meatless Meal Ideas for Lent

It’s become a yearly tradition on the blog to share meatless meals every Friday during lent – and to kick things off with a big ole’ roundup of meatless meals.

65+ Meatless Meals for Lent

This is actually my ninth year doing this, if you can believe it, so I thought it was high time to get everything in one place.

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Vegan Buffalo Cauliflower Sandwiches

Are you participating in #Veganuary? Even if you’re not, these Buffalo Cauliflower Sandwiches will have you drooling!

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I don’t normally cook vegan, but I’m always up for a challenge, so when The Baking Fairy said she was putting together a vegan roundup for #veganuary, I jumped right in.

If you have any preconceived notions of vegan food, you’ll need to drop them before digging in here. Whether you’re vegan or not, you will love these sandwiches.

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