50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes
50 Impossibly Easy, Slightly Lazy, 100% Reliable Summer Dinner Recipes

Dragging open a can of anchovies. Cubing cold, snappy vegetables to toss in a mustard jar vinaigrette. Spooning anything at all onto toast, with pepper and cheese and salt. There’s something wonderfully languid about making summer dinners, the kind that come half-prepped right from the produce bag (or, okay, pasta box).

The best are not just easy, but also quick—even unnervingly so. “Didn’t I just open the fridge?” you’ll say to yourself, sitting down to Brie-cloaked noodles and tomatoes. Or skillet-grilled fish tacos. Or the undeniable genius of a salad made from cornbread.

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