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Favorite Family Recipes Summer 2012 | Summer 2012 Out Here Magazine

The best recipes are those passed along as family favorites

Photography by Mark Mosrie
Food styling by Whitney Kemp

Cookouts are among the best part of summer, and these tasty summer dishes from Out Here readers will make you want to fire up the grill and have a few friends over.



    Grilling out at Kate Marlowe's home in New Plymouth, Ohio, requires no cleanup, which is why she devised this dish. "This dish is super easy, versatile, and incorporates any tastes to get veggies in," she writes. "I'll add portabellas when it's my hubby and I, and switch it to sweet onions or green beans when the kids are visiting."

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    The colors in this salsa - red, yellow, green - signify its fun name. "It's a very colorful dish with a catchy name that we often serve as an appetizer with tortilla chips and it always gets rave reviews," writes Sophie Sprague, of Gulf Breeze, Fla.

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