Take advantage of the season's bounty with these fresh and yummy side dishes.
Throw your corn on the grill and sprinkle with parsley, cilantro, and Parmesan cheese for a tasty twist on this classic American
This cold summer soup features tasty ripe mangoes. Pack it in a cooler with some ice, and you can even take this soup on a
This version of chicken salad is light and juicy--perfect for an outdoor meal. Go tropical and substitute chopped pineapple
for the grapes and macadamia nuts for the pecans. Add about 1/2 cup coconut for even more island flavor.
Thanks to fresh mint and lemon juice, this seasonal salad is healthful and refreshing. Feel free to substitute orzo, faro,
or couscous for the quinoa.
Take advantage of summer's ripe, juicy melons for this quick and easy salad. A simple syrup adds the right touch of sweetness.
This bright mixture of protein and vegetables is a cinch to make and to transport. Just pack it in a plastic container and
enjoy while lounging at the park or the beach.
Sweet, juicy watermelon combined with tangy feta and heirloom tomatoes puts a unique spin on traditional fruit salad. Look
for fresh tomatoes at your local farmer's market for the brightest flavor.
Pasta salad makes a great choice for warm weather barbecues or picnics. Make this side a meal by adding light and healthful
Bring a boring fruit plate to life with this light and airy mango cream. Be sure to choose seasonal summer fruits such as
pineapple, kiwi, and melons.
Fresh, in-season green beans are healthful and delicious. Try them with a savory yet simple butter-mushroom combination.
Combine juicy pineapple and fresh, ripe avocado for our lightest and easiest summer salad.
To serve outdoors, toss this deliciously light soup in a cooler and chill until you're ready to enjoy.
Tart Granny Smith apples mixed with cranberries and cherries give this fresh slaw a sweet and sour flavor.
Deviled eggs are a classic picnic staple. Jazz up the popular dish with fresh lobster meat.
Colorful produce and creamy goat cheese come together to make a satisfying side dish--perfect for a seaside soiree.