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Just cranking out the summer recipes before it’s too late.

Italian Ice | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Ahh, and too cold, which for me is probably right about now. I could see my breath on this morning’s hike.

But it is still very much summer and I am sharing the easiest homemade Italian Ice over at Food 52 today. It’s so simple, so refreshing and the perfect way to savor every last bit of summer. Which is exactly what I am going to be doing today. No wait, I wish I was going to be doing that today. What am I really doing? Setting up friendly traps for the squirrel that has been living in out house for the past WEEK!

Yes, you guys I am so serious. I promise, we are not dirty people (well the boys, they are kind of dirty I guess). In fact I am probably a little too clean, but you see the boys in the house think it is ok to leave the door wide open all day long. Cllearly it is not ok, because we now have a squirrel problem. Someday I am going to look up and see a bear. That’ll be real fun.

Not.

So today is all about catching the family squirrel and safely setting it free. Advice? We need it.

For the Italian Ice recipe head over to Food 52.

Italian Ice | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

This weeks Link Love:

If you missed it here is what I made this last week:

Bourbon Caramelized Bacon and Heirloom Tomato BLT w/Fired Eggs + Smoked GoudaChocolate Dipped Zucchini Granola BarsIndian Style Beef Satay with Curried Cashew SauceRoasted Garlic Eggplant Lasagna Boats and Sweet Buttered Polenta Pancakes with Fresh Summer Berries (my favorite!!)!!

Italian Ice | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

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  1. Girl, this ice looks AWESOME. And it’s apparently the simplest thing to make! I should try it before summer is gone for good (which is gonna be soon – duh :/)!

    thank you so much for mentioning me, too 🙂

  2. This reminds me of summers past spent hanging out by the pool with my cousins on vacation in NY. Thanks for bringing back the lovely memories, Tieghan!!

  3. You are awesome! Those ice colours are what I dreamt of last night after I read your post just before hitting the bed. Thanks again for the shout-out, my friend!

  4. We just got an ice cream maker…but I can’t stop going out for frozen dessert – it’s just part of summer to me!

  5. Thanks for the link love, Tieghan! Oh that ice cream looks so refreshing and summery 🙂 I would love to have some right now.

  6. Wow, wow, these colors are beautiful! Thanks for the butterscotch pudding love. Also, we made your chili lime salmon salad last night. So good!

  7. I follow since sometime ago and I love your recipes.
    Also I do appreciate alot the inspiring links you share with us 🙂

  8. OK, firstly, we don’t have Italian Ice here in Australia, but I’m so into it, based on your post! The colours, the beautiful flavours, yes please! Secondly, are you as obsessed with Linda Lomelino as I am? Those cupcakes and those pancakes kill me – she is all over my Pinterest. And thirdly, thanks so much for my cake love! I wish we could catch up for a slice!

  9. Okay, I’m now curious as to what you feel is non Summer food, because you are the one who I always go to for a touch of sunshine!

    In other news, congratulations on photographing something so it looks really, really good to Food 52’s guidelines! My style is very bright like yours, and I really struggled!