A few of us are having icky weather and one member mentioned how difficult it can be to have a variety of recipes that can be cooked and eaten when the heat reaches insane levels. What are some of your fave recipes? One of mine is making a cold pizza. It only requires about five minutes of oven time, which can be done at night right before bed when it's coolest anyhow. All you do is lay out the premade crescent rolls in a can. Don't take them apart, just unroll the roll on a baking sheet and that's your pizza dough. Let it cool. Toppings? For the sauce we mix together sour cream, cottage cheese, and powdered ranch seasoning in the blender to make it creamy. We top it with a variety of chopped veggies that we like. Broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, mushrooms, etc.. And that's it! A nice, cool, and fast dish. I got the brilliant idea to use the crock pot, but it adds humidity and is like having a pot of boiling water on the stove all day. BUT! I am considering sticking it on the enclosed back porch and just running a cord out. We have a small table that I could set it on out there.