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One of the great things about summer is that it's stone fruit season! Everyone has a preference though…do you love scrumptious apricots, mouthwatering nectarines or succulent peaches?
Pop some edible flowers (such as borage) and mint in an ice cube tray and freeze. You’ll have pretty little ice cubes in no time! Use in drinks or an ice bucket for a special touch.
Chop watermelon into cubes and then freeze. Once frozen blend up with a dash of lime juice and you'll have a yummy refreshing sorbet in no time!
Blend together some peaches, raspberries and orange juice with a handful of crushed ice. Refreshing and delicious.
But it's not just for desserts and sweets, try adding some julieneed stone fruit (firm is best) to a mixture of 1 tblsp each of grated fresh ginger, rice vinegar and oil, a dash each of chilli and curry powder, and a tsp or two of brown sugar. Top with spring onions and season and you've got a fresh slaw ready to go.
Also known as Chinese radish, this root vegetable is full of fibre and vitamin C, and is a great addition to stir fries and salads.
Just pop them in a blender for a smoothie! The mushy texture helps them break down faster into a smoother mixture. Just add in some milk, yoghurt or ice cream for a yummy sweet treat.
Which means a plethora of delicious summer fruit. One of the most versatile is the pineapple, have it in drinks, cakes, salads (both sweet and savoury) and even on your Hawaiian pizza! And being high in vitamin C and potassium its so healthy too.
Just halve some cherry tomatoes, scoop out the insides, replace with fresh mozzarella and top with fresh basil. Delish!
Just top a store-bought pavlova with lemon curd and mixed berries. Sure to impress, it'll look like you've been slaving in the kitchen for hours.