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Summertime Cooking

Food Thought

The Summertime

Anytime Cookbook 

by Dana Slatkin

Clarkson Potter; $32.50, hardcover; 256 pp.

Nestled along the Santa Monica coast, the venerable Shutters On The Beach is a well-known luxury seaside resort, serving up fresh and delicious food with style year-round. In The Summertime Anytime Cookbook, Dana Slatkin shares 130 irresistible recipes from her family’s celebrated hotel for any day or night at the beach.

Along with recipes for colorful entrees and side dishes, find suggestions for fresh picnic fare, simple sauces. and fabulous desserts

With simple, artful everyday foods and stunning color photographs, Slatkin’s suggestions are your secret to bringing the best of the beach into your home.

Jerusalemites together, if nothing else will.”

 

THE WORKS

Stainless Steel Margarita & Slush Machine 

Nostalgia Electrics

$89.99; meijer.com

Hot weather demands a slushy cool-down and this affordable little ditty makes kickass frozen drinks and inconspicuously makes itself home on a counter or in a cabinet. The Nostalgia Electrics Stainless Steel Margarita & Slush Machine is a frozen drink lifesaver that adds thirst-quenching fun to any occasion. The easy pour spout dispenses frozen drink directly into your glass; easy to use and clean. Perfect for pool parties, picnics, game rooms, poker nights and more.

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