Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Simple Summer Essentials: the round up

As you've probably (hopefully) noticed, my posts recently have all been themed around Simple Summer Essentials. Oddly - and conveniently - coinciding with the only extended period of sunshine we've had this summer, as both that and the series come to an end I thought I'd do a quick round up post for you. With a bit of a difference.

I've mentioned that Asda provided me with the fresh produce for these posts (all additional ingredients were purchased myself) and they're offering one reader of the Pantry a chance to win £50 worth of Asda vouchers. To do this you need to complete the Rafflecopter widget below, telling me which of all these recipes would be your chosen Simple Summer Essential.

Deeply dippy about asparagus

Beetroot and feta salad

Herb oils: two ways to infuse

Tomato and mozzarella salad

How do you solve a problem like overripe fruit?

Patriotic Pavlova

Peach Melba

Frozen Grapes

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42 comments:

Kathleen Hooper said...

I love beetroot, so the beetroot and feta salad gets my vote!

Penny Harper said...

Tomato and Mozzarello. I've grown my own tomatoes this year and I can't wait to use them.

Christina Marriott said...

Pavlova gets my vote! love it! :)

Gillian Holmes said...

How do you solve a problem like overripe fruit?

Rainie Bish said...

For me it has to be Patriotic pavlova

Rhoda said...

The beetroot and feta salad looks right up my street!

zoboze said...

Beetroot and feta salad

Nelly said...

I am having such a love affair with peaches at the moment I would have to say the Peach Melba was a favourite!

anna said...

it would have to be the beetroot and feta salad, 2 of my favourite summer foods!

MrsShilts said...

I love Beetroot & Feta at the moment, my pregnancy hormones have completely changed my taste buds

Anonymous said...

Obviously the Patriotic Pavlova - trying it tonight :-)

maxineflossy said...

Tomato and mozzarella salad - and a bonus of two ways! delicious

silviam said...

Peach Melba - easy and delicious!

kelly said...

I loved the frozen grape recipe, ive never heard nor knew about frozen grapes. What a fantastic idea! Thank you for introducing me to frozen grapes! :)

Anonymous said...

Deeply dippy about asparagus, I love asparagus.

lorna.peppiatt said...

Deeply dippy about asparagus. I'm a big fan of asparagus too and had never considered it with poached eggs, great idea which I'm going to try next, thanks!

emma dunn said...

Tomato and Mozzarello

yummy... my son is growing tomatos in our flat :P

Susanelai Carter said...

Tomato and mozzarella salad
would be my choice as I love mozzarella - especially the Buffalo one.

tibby17 said...

Patriotic pavlova!

julsthomas said...

Lovely recipies with some of my favourite foods! Think I would have to go for the Beetroot and Feta which sound a wonderful combination

Karen Painter said...

Tomato and Mozzarella salad - especially with homegrown tomatoes!!

jasmine said...

Peach Melba, lovely

milkpetal said...

Tomato and mozzarella salad sounds amazing!

happyfox said...

The Patriotic Pavlova gets my vote

Anonymous said...

Tomato and Mozzarello salad looks yummy x

cloud9 said...

Beetroot and Feta Salad definitely.

Jo Young said...

Frozen grapes is my favourite as it's so easy!

Jules said...

the feta & beetroot salad because it's a classic combo.

Sarah said...

Gotta be the pavlova! Sweet and yummy!

fritha strickland said...

pavlova! x

Sophia said...

Frozen grapes are always handy to have in the freezer. They make a great alternative to sweets!

The Mini Mes and Me said...

The tomato and mozzarella salad - delicious! :)

Anonymous said...

The beetroot and feta salad sounds amazing! x

Carolin said...

Your Patriotic pavlova, I have a sweet tooth :)

Kara Guppy said...

Beetroot and feta salad MMmmmmmm

7hippopotamus said...

I like the baby beetroot and feta salad.

anna said...

tomato and mozzarella salad, looks simple, healthy and tasty - might have to give it a try

Anonymous said...

The Patriotic Pavlova sounds lovely.

Azra said...

Has to be the Pavlova!!

Hotrod mum said...

peach melba

Diane said...

Peach Melba - gorgeous

Chrissie said...

Pavlova. Awesome! x

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