30 Jun These Recipes Prove that Berries and Herbs Go Together Like Milk and Cookies
Call us crazy, but we love the berries-and-herb combination even better than milk and cookies. It’s sweet. It’s a bit savory. It’s unexpectedly good. And it’s the best way to make the most out of summer’s bounty! With berries and fresh herbs in season, these recipes will have you impressing your guests and their tastebuds.
Lemon Basil Sherbet
Sherbet is a grossly underrated in our humble opinion. And this combination of lemon and basil is absolutely perfect for warm summer evenings, relaxing in your backyard, the perfect end to a delicious dinner. It is an especially great solution for the unavoidable excess of basil plants you end up with every single summer.
Check out the recipe over at Food52.
Grilled Halloumi with Strawberries and Herbs
It’s true. We love halloumi. What’s not to love about grilled cheese? This recipe calls for that, along with some strawberries and herbs to lighten up what may otherwise be a bit of a heavier meal for some.
Find the recipe on Epicurious.
Watermelon, Tomato, and Four-Herb Salad
Is there anything more refreshing than watermelon in the summer heat? What about some fresh tomatoes? And what about all of those things, but also with mint, tarragon, and basil? This watermelon, tomato, and four-herb salad is an excellent option for those potlucks that you never know what to bring.
See the recipe at Food52.
Fruit Salad with Thai Herbs
(via 101 Cookbooks)
We know that we’ve already featured one salad, but summer is all about salads. There’s nothing quite like a refreshing one during this season, is there? This summer fruit salad with Thai herbs will transport you to the Southeast Asian nation, featuring a medley of lemongrass and mint, as well as hints of toasted coconut.
The recipe can be found over at 101 Cookbooks.
Berries with Lemon Mint Syrup
(via Food & Wine)
Sometimes it’s okay to feel like you can’t be bothered. Summertime is the best for that. For a muss-free, fuss-free dessert, here are some berries with lemon mint syrup. Delicious. Simple. Perfect.
Find the recipe on Food & Wine.
While herbs such as basil is a perfect summer plant, they often fail to make it past the autumn months. With an Urban Cultivator, you can grow basil year-round, which means you can enjoy these recipes anytime and be transported to summertime.
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What’s your favorite berry and herb recipe? Let us know in the comments section!