For breakfast, brunch, or a quick and easy weeknight supper, try a frittata. It's an Italian omelet that accommodates any leftover vegetables and herbs you have. This combination of broccoli with basil and parsley is one of our favorites.
If you're gluten-free and dairy-free, you don't have to give up pizza! You can enjoy wonderful pizza dough made on the stovetop, in the oven, or on the grill. Top your pizza with sauce, vegetables, or vegan cheese.
For those hot days when you just don't want to turn on the stove, the oven, or even the grill, try this chilled cucumber and avocado soup. No cooking required!
Jazz up your favorite Tex-Mex turkey taco filling with gluten-free taco boats. Fun for kids and adults, too!
Make this Viking chicken with honey, butter and herbs for your next picnic; it's delicious hot or cold. The recipe was adapted from a Norwegian cookbook.
If you're lucky enough to be able to get lobster where you live, this lobster and avocado salad with chunks of fresh tomato and basil should be at the top of your summer picnic food list.
Toss some slow-cooker Greek chicken into a crisp chopped green salad. Add sun-dried tomatoes, olives, cucumber and plenty of Romaine lettuce. Pour on a sweet poppy seed dressing. Mix everything together, and you've got a meal in a bowl!