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Fresh lobster tossed with melted butter, lemon juice and paprika is stuffed into hot dog buns for a summer cookout classic that's ready in 20 minutes.

The great part about a cobbler is that it can be made ahead and then served warm, chilled or at room temperature, like with this Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler.

Serve Giada's oat-topped peach and strawberry mixture with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of your favorite vanilla ice cream.

For a healthier take on the classic crumble, top rhubarb and strawberries with almonds and Greek yogurt.

Marcela purees ripe avocados with chicken broth, lemon juice, cilantro, onions and water to make her creamy cold soup.

Reserve the cobs to create the broth base for Justin's Chilled Corn Soup that requires just five ingredients.

Kick off a summer meal with Tyler Florence's quick and refreshing Watermleon Gazpacho. The blended watermelon keeps the soup light, and a bit of serrano chile will add just the right amount of heat.

Giada combines whole tomatoes, fresh basil leaves, garlic and olive oil in her food processor to create a seasonal summer topping for this classic Italian Bruschetta.

Watermelon and strawberries are two of summer's defining fruits, so why not enjoy them in beverage form? Bobby's refreshing Watermelon-Strawberry Sangria will add an elegant touch to any summer party.

This no-cook Chilled Creamy Cucumber Soup is made entirely in a food processor. It gets a creamy consistency thanks to smooth yogurt and a touch of sweetness from honey.

Alex showcases sweet and ripe cantaloupe plus crunchy cucumbers in this blended Cantaloupe Soup that is completely no-cook.

Bobby features white grapes and white grape juice in his Chilled White Gazpacho with champagne grapes as a contrasting garnish.

This cheery, hearty Tuscan Pasta Salad with Grilled Vegetables is perfect for parties because you can make it in the morning, let it hang out in the fridge for a few hours, then let it come to room temperature on your way over.

Satisfy your sweet tooth and cool down with the Waring Pro Profrssional Snow Cone Maker!

This Tomato Salad with Cheese Crisps comes together easily. Make the croutons and cheese crisps, pack them up separately once they're cool, then toss and dress the salad to serve.

Pack the pasta, vegetables and dressing in separate containers, take them on the road, then dress this Lemon Pasta Salad once you're ready to serve.

Prepare these individual Basil Lemon Ices ahead of time and serve in hollowed lemons with a basil leaf for crowd-wowing presentation.

A seared slice of haloumi cheese makes the perfect salty counterpoint to a sweet slice of watermelon.

Ellie's summery twist on Mango Salsa includes mango and cucumber. Make homemade tortilla chips in minutes to scoop up the chunky goodness.

Follow these steps and use these base recipes to create your own cool and fun Shish Kabobs.

You'll find farro with the whole grains in your grocery store or health food market, but you can also use barley instead.

Cool down on a hot summer day with these frozen Chocolate Covered Banana Pops. The dark chocolate and salted peanuts add a sweet-and-savory crunch.

Ellie keeps this colorful Blueberry Compote simple yet flavorful by using just four ingredients: blueberries, lemon juice, water and sugar.

Marcela mixes her creamy corn, garlic and onion mixture into Corn Mashed Potatoes for a rich side that will disappear from one heaping spoonful to the next.

This Tomato Peach Salad with Ricotta is best at the height of summer. The crunch of the almonds complements the creaminess of the ricotta cheese and the juiciness of the fruit.