This berry and rosehip flavored agua fresca makes a terrific thirst quencher on a hot day.
One of the simplest and most popular summer drinks around here is agua fresca. Farmer’s markets are filled with stands offering a variety of these cool fruit waters to satisfy your thirst on a hot day.
They’re a natural for this time of year, refreshing, not too sweet and perfect for cooling off from the summer heat. Made up of little more than fruit and herb or flower infused water, they’re infinitely customizable based on what you happen to have on hand.
A creamy and cooling chilled cucumber yogurt soup to help escape the heat.
The soup I have for you today is the ideal starter on a hot day when you’re in dire need of both refreshment and nourishment. It’s a no-cook soup that’s super simple to make and a hot weather favorite of mine.
It’s cooling properties lies in the combination of cucumbers, yogurt and mint. The refreshing trio is whisked together along with a few other savory and sweet additions to make a cold, creamy and slightly tart soup that’s pretty irresistible on days when the temperatures are steadily rising.