One of my lazy summer passions is Pinterest, the website where you can pin (like a digital bulletin board) photos that strike your fancy into category boards. You can also spend hours browsing the pins of others, and repin those you like. It probably won’t surprise you that my biggest board is food (surprise, surprise). I have been trying to do more than passively pin pretty photos of delectable meals but to actually make them (each pin contains a link to the pin’s original site). This photo (mine) is of a pinned recipe I found for corn cakes with avocado salsa. They were labor-intensive, but totally worth it, and a great way to enjoy late summer vegetables.
I’m just going to direct you to the original recipe–no sense reinventing that wheel here since I made them just as the original author, Rebecca of the hilariously-named site Ezra Poundcake, instructed. If you have the time to give (probably an hour) and a food processor, I strongly encourage you to give them a go.