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    Not sure you would call it summer food.We went to my friends son's birthday party.Any way they caught 65 big ass frogs last night.He gave us a few.Can't wait to fry em'.
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    Locally grown fresh fruits/veggies, like h2o melons and tomatoes. Yum.

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    Roasted Tomato and Baby Spinach salad:

    Bag of baby spinach leaves from grocery store
    Roast 6-8 Roma tomatoes, halved
    1 small white onion, cut into wedges
    3-4 garlic cloves, thinly sliced
    EVOO (extra virgin olive oil)
    salt and freshly ground pepper

    Coat the tomatoes, onion and garlic in oil. Salt and pepper. Roast for 2hrs at 375 degrees. Put the mixture in the spinach and toss to wilt.

    Add bacon bits if you please. Mmmmm. Makes a nice side dish to barbecued steak.
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    Sandwiches, sandwiches, sandwiches. Some with shrimp, turkey, beacon, swordfish, wild-caught salmon. With lettuce, sweet onion both raw and fried, sweet bell peppers, jalepeno pepper, mayo.

    Yum.
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    Apricots from the farmers market =)

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    Fruits ( Not juices)
    Milk shakes with honey.
    Low calorie salads in virgin olive oil.
    Roast chicken, boiled meat and steamed fish.
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    I second (third, fourth?) the watermelon. Diced up in a bowl, with some citrus mixed in. Oh, and black cherries, frozen.

    Along these lines, does anyone else put salt and pepper on their watermelon? My wife swears by it but I think it's icky. Just wondering if others are into this or if it's just her.

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    does anyone else put salt and pepper on their watermelon? My wife swears by it but I think it's icky. Just wondering if others are into this or if it's just her.
    It's just her . Salt on any fruit or veggie (except corn) is icky. And I'm a salt-aholic.

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    i love to eat fresh pineapple
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeBee
    I'm a salt-aholic.
    so am i i love some food with my salt
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