No grill? You could give any of these recipes a shot in the broiler of your oven, or file them away for a weekend at a park grill or a vacation down the line. Try our best gazpacho for dinner tonight instead, or a summer pasta with zucchini, ricotta and basil, or any one of these awesome no-cook recipes from our collection.
And oh, man, you’ve got to look at this trio of pies Dawn Perry’s come up with for us: no-roll crusts and no-bake fillings that are just perfect for summer sweets. I love her milk and honey pie with a cereal crust and can’t wait to fill out her blackberry frozen yogurt pie with a cracker crust. You may prefer her strawberry cream pie with a chocolate cookie crust. Or all three!
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Now, it’s a far cry from peaches and muesli, but Max Lakin in The Times turned me onto the Highwaymen show at the Charles Moffett gallery in New York, which you should see in person if you can. (Here’s more on the Highwaymen, at the Backus Museum.)
The occasion of my first flight in well over a year got me wandering around an airport news kiosk, where I discovered the novels of Ace Atkins. They’re probably not for everyone, but they’re dark and rowdy, anyway, and do pass the time.
Finally, some relatively new music to play us off. Here’s Kelly Lee Owens, “On.” I’ll be back on Wednesday.