Stone Fruit Season! Your #KSgrams

Stone Fruit Season! Your #KSgrams

Summer’s full of juicy sweetness

We’ve hit the middle of summer, which means that stone fruits are at their ripest and juiciest. Your sweet photos show us that these fabulous fleshy fruits are now enhancing your smoothies and salads and flavoring your puddings and pies. Nectarines and mangoes appear among your favorites. Here are your #ksgrams of the week:

Summer salad with steak and nectarine

Source: Marijn

Summer salad with steak and nectarine

Summer salad with steak and nectarine

Source: 油油

Summer salad with steak and nectarine

Macaroni with shrimp, tomato, and nectarine

Source: misarla

Macaroni with shrimp, tomato, and nectarine

Macaroni with shrimp, tomato, and nectarine

Source: Vivian

Macaroni with shrimp, tomato, and nectarine

Marinated shrimp with mango salsa

Source: Svetlana Lukashina

Marinated shrimp with mango salsa

Marinated shrimp with mango salsa

Source: XingYi

Marinated shrimp with mango salsa

Mango chia pudding

Source: 喵宝宝

Mango chia pudding

Mango chia pudding

Source: @catchycravings

Mango chia pudding

Easy stone fruit galette

Source: helgamoro

Easy stone fruit galette

Bundt cake

Source: @frlcupcake

Bundt cake

Versatile Super Fruit: Tomatoes

We take them for granted, as, thanks to greenhouse production, they are available year-round. However underestimated, tomatoes are the secret superheroes of our diets. We eat them fresh as part of salads or as snacks, grilled or fried for breakfast and dinner, canned and cooked in soups and sauces. Most people would consider them culinary vegetables, but tomatoes are actually low-sugar fruits, and they are currently in season!

We would love to see how you eat them, so upload your photos within the comments, or on Instagram with #ksgram. Here are some recipes to try this tomato season:

Grilled corn and tomato salad

Grilled corn and tomato salad

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Greek tomatoes with Turkish flatbread

Greek tomatoes with Turkish flatbread

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Virgin Mary

Virgin Mary

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