Here in New England, one of the first signs of summer is the ripening of mouth-watering strawberries. For many of us, those juicy crimson treats are sweet enough to eat on their own-fresh out of the bucket. But if you want to add a little pizzazz to your appetizers, strawberries can be used in all sorts of summer recipes. Whether it’s a fresh garden salad, a fruity breakfast bread, a refreshing lemonade, or even a quirky (but delicious) strawberry soup, these strawberry recipes are bursting with berry flavor. So get picking, and start your summer off strawberry style!
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