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We’ve teamed up with our friends at Line 39 to share a step-by-step guide for weekend entertaining, featuring top-notch bottles. From citrusy Sauvignon Blanc to plum-forward Merlot, each Line 39 wine is crafted in California with care.
Some people’s summer hobbies include surfing, fishing, tanning—I partake in none of these activities. My preferred summer hobby is sitting outside on a warm night with lots of food to graze on. Often these nights happen at the end of full days, when the sun has made me a little sleepy, friends are over, and bottles of wine (something light and refreshing, like Line 39 Sauvignon Blanc) crowd the table.
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While my cookbook is called I Dream of Dinner (So You Don’t Have To), on days like these, I’m not dreaming of cooking, and I’m definitely not dreaming of doing dishes. But there’s a way to achieve that dreamy dinner without spending hours at the stove: go for a selection of dishes that can be made days ahead. The recipes below are great for picnics, potlucks, and any old summer Sunday when you’re looking to put together an easy spread.
- Line 39’s bright and crisp Sauvignon Blanc
- Ricotta Spoonable Crusty bread
- Swordfish With Asparagus & Little Beans from I Dream of Dinner (So You Don’t Have To)
- Grilled Eggplant Agrodolce With Mint & Fresno Pepper
- Peaches & Sour Cream Ice Cream
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Don’t cook the day of
This entire menu can be made a day or two ahead, when your schedule allows (you’re welcome). Once cooked, pack everything in to-go containers that stack easily in your fridge, which will also make it simple to take the dishes outdoors.
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Room temperature is ideal
Not only can these dishes be made ahead, but they don’t need to be reheated before eating; all they need is 15 to 20 minutes out of the fridge. In that time, they shake the chill from the fridge and warm to room temperature, where their flavors are more vivid. Because seasonings are affected by the chill of the fridge, you’ll need to taste and adjust salt and acid as needed once the dish comes to room temperature.
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Skip the main course
My favorite part of meals with my Italian family are the antipasti, all the little appetizers—the olives, meats, cheeses, vegetables, and other snacks—that precede the meal. This moment feels abundant and exciting, with so many flavors and textures filling up my plate. When I’m having people over, I like to follow a similar format and avoid any one dish being the focal point. Instead, there’s an ensemble of dishes that all go together, but if someone doesn’t eat fish or doesn’t like eggplant, there’s still plenty of options for them to make a meal.
Cook this: Crispy potato, egg and cheese tacos from I Dream of Dinner
Our cookbook of the week is I Dream of Dinner (so You Don’t Have To) by Ali Slagle. Over the next two days, we’ll feature another recipe from the book and an interview with the author. To try another recipe from the book, check out: Bacon jalapeño smash burgers. This recipe seems straightforward enough: potato, egg and cheese. But in creating it, Ali Slagle drew on several inspiration points — starting with the breakfast taco, which is typically chopped and sautéed potato with scrambled eggs and melted cheese. “I find it very hearty and delicious, but also texturally not super interesting. Everything is really soft,” says the recipe developer.
Take it outside
It may or may not be scientifically proven, but I think that everything tastes better when eaten outside, whether that means at the park, beach, backyard, or even the fire escape. This is obvious but if you’re traveling with the food, like to a park, maybe skip the ice cream in favor of a sweet treat that won’t melt or smush en route (think: brownies, blondies, and other bars).
Don’t forget to chill the wine
The lighter a wine is in color, the colder you’ll want to drink it. Light, dry white wines, like Line 39 Sauvignon Blanc, are most enjoyable after about 2 hours in the fridge. And if you forget, this trick really works.
Go (mostly) vegetarian
Not only do vegetarian dishes satisfy more dietary restrictions, but they’re also less sensitive when it comes to temperature fluctuation and therefore can sit out more easily than meaty dishes. That said, I often add a few cured meats to the table to round out any menu because I never think I have enough food. These meats can safely sit out for about 2 hours (depending on how hot it is outside).
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Crusty bread makes a party
Another one of my stop-gaps when I don’t think I have enough food is to add some bread to the spread. A delicious loaf of bread, some soft butter, and a chilled glass of Line 39’s citrusy Sauvignon Blanc is reason enough to have friends over. What are your favorite easy, summery dishes? Tell us in the comments below!
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