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The perfect late summer sipper.
Rum is softened with a dose of brown sugar syrup and gets a pop of fruitiness via muddled plum and lime juice. It’s an incredibly simple cocktail but it’s a delicious concoction for summer.
In this delicious variation on the classic Gin Sour, there is a lot more depth of flavor in this cocktail, and the sweetness mixed with tart lemon is really tasty.
Serve this sharp and fruity pickle alongside rich meat, such as pork or duck, or with fried tofu and sticky rice, or mix it in with fresh fruit and leaves such as watercress and pink grapefruit salad.
For this rich summer roast, make sure your plums are ripe and sweet, but still firm, to balance the heat and acidity in the chicken.
Seasonal fruit, such as plump blueberries or Italian plums, makes the dumplings lighter, plus the nutmeg in the sour cream adds a hint of spice.
These beautiful, rustic tarts from author Susan Spungen have a supertender, terrifically tasty crust made with rye flour and cornmeal.
The vinegar, oil, cheese, and salt all play off each other, taming the sweetness that would normally inhibit someone from consuming, say, six plums.
Heat meets sweet when you caramelize apricots under the broiler, making their flavor and aroma even more complex. Top with velvety spoonfuls of fresh ricotta and a sprinkle of crunchy pistachios.