Today* is the Summer Solstice, and with it comes celebration. As you probably already know, it’s the longest day of the year; that is, we get more sun in these 24 hours than we will until the next Summer Solstice. In Winter we celebrate the opposite end of the spectrum.
The Telegraph asks: Summer solstice: When is the longest day of the year and what happens at Stonehenge?
It is written in Liber AL vel Legis II:36, “There are rituals of the elements and feasts of the times.” We offer some recipes that may enhance your feast.
- Gin, Grapefruit, and Thyme Cocktail
- Berry Vodka Spritzers
- Shrimp and Dill Deviled Eggs or Deviled Eggs with Dill
- Tomato Ombre on Grilled Rustic Bread
- Open Faced Shrimp Salad Sandwich
- West Coast Grilled Vegetable Pizza
- Dilled Potato Gratin
- Grilled Swordfish with North African Spice Rub
- Swedish Meatballs
- Shaved Fennel, Zucchini, and Celery Salad
- Strawberry Filled Cardamom Cupcakes or Strawberry Cake
*Or tomorrow, depending on your source. Either way, here are some delicious dishes!