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Slideshow: 20 Recipes to Celebrate Spring and Summer
From a killer cobbler to Honey Pig’s Korean barbecue, these recipes are destined to become warm-weather favorites. By Jessica Voelker
A great cobbler recipe will serve you all spring and summer long. Photograph courtesy of Shutterstock.
Comments () | Published May 7, 2013

From a culinary standpoint, this time of year rules. Great produce floods the market, patios become a second—and far superior—dining room, and invitations to backyard barbecues start showing up in your inbox. To get you inspired, we’ve collected 20 excellent recipes for spring and summer fare, all of it courtesy of Washington restaurants and shops. There are fancy popsicles from Pleasant Pops, amazing grilled chicken from Estadio—even instructions on how to properly booze up a watermelon. It’s all in the service of making this your tastiest spring and summer ever, so go forth and make something wonderful.

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