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Your Menu For the Week of July 22, 2019

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Who doesn’t love an Arnold Palmer on a hot evening? Turns out it’s just as good as a brine for grilled chicken as it is for a summer sip, as you’ll see in Wednesday’s dinner. The week also features a classic lobster roll and tasty steak salad Get the shopping list here (ingredients for suggested side dishes not included on the list).

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    Farmers’ Market Minestrone

    The word minestrone means “big soup” in Italian, and that’s just what this is: a richly flavored, chunky vegetable and-pasta soup.This version is in bianco, which is to say, white, or without tomato. Feel free to add a couple of diced peeled plum tomatoes, if you like.

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    Lobster Rolls

    It almost doesn't feel like summer until you've had your first lobster roll of the season. This laid-back sandwich is definitely a crowd favorite, so be prepared to make a double batch.  

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    Sweet-Tea Brined Chicken

    You could mistake this brine for a lemony iced tea—hello, Arnold Palmer—and indeed, it imparts a similar subtle yet tart flavor. Grilled okra and cornbread make great accompaniments.

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    Thai Steak Salad

    When you’re in the mood for a light-feeling yet satisfying supper, try this bright, boldly flavored salad.

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    Crispy Tofu with Sesame Asparagus and Dipping Sauce

    A coating of panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) is the secret to these ultracrisp tofu triangles. Hoisin sauce does double duty, adding flavor to the tofu’s coating and serving as a sweet-tangy dipping sauce.

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