Summer Days

IMG_5237It’s July. The kids are out of school, the weather is glorious and we’re determined to make the most of these summer days.

Food and summer go hand-in-hand. Barbeques, cook-outs, pot-lucks, picnics and dining al fresco all re-emerge from hibernation and if you live in a climate like we do here in Toronto, you can count on the patios being packed from the first glimmer of spring to the cool days of fall.

This month we’ve asked several of our fellow Savvy Storytellers, also legit foodies, to share a summer recipe worth trying. Be sure to visit their blogs and thumb through their Instagram for food inspiration that will have you drooling and dusting off those BBQ tongs.

We’ve got more than recipes lined up. Summer must-haves from PC home, cookbook reviews, guest Lisa Betts will write about raising a vegetarian family and interior designer extraordinaire Cindy McKay offering her tips on how to create the perfect backyard oasis. After reading this you’ll be ready to affordably transform your entire backyard or just a cozy nook for two.

The summer is for relaxation, rejuvenation and spending time with family and friends. That is exactly what we are planning to do, so please forgive us as we may stray from our daily posting schedule.

Don’t forget to join the conversation. Let us know if you’ve tried a suggested recipe or if you have a go-to summer treat that you’d like to share.

Wishing you all a wonderful summer!

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