Updated: Jul 11, 2020
The 21st of June in the Northern Hemisphere is known as Summer Solstice, or Midsummer. It is the longest day and shortest night of the year and summer officially begins (Southern hemisphere celebrates the Winter Solstice).
The term ‘solstice’ is derived from the Latin words for “sun standing still”, and refers to the point at which the sun’s visual trajectory north or south across the horizon comes to a halt.
The Summer Solstice celebrates the abundance of the earth, nature is ripe, and everything flourishes. What better time to celebrate Sun with nature's gifts? Find below recipes to celebrate the most unforgettable summer party.
Entrees and Mains