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We've been enjoying the summer season for more than a few weeks already, but it's right now -- when July melts its way into August -- that the summer harvest is at its peak. Summer squash are plentiful, bouquets of basil are everywhere, and tomatoes are starting to ripen. It's at this moment that you should be running to the kitchen to take advantage of the most bountiful time of year.

To help you do just that, we gathered a handful of our favorite food bloggers who really know their way around summer produce. Not only are they experts at packing in as much summer flavor onto one plate, they seem to know exactly what we want to eat, even before we do. Check out these purveyors of summer cooking inspiration, then get yourself into the kitchen.

Right now, Tieghan is making dishes that include all of summer's bounty in one dish -- like this caramelized peach and cherry salad with corn, basil and buckwheat crepes. Plus, she also made a fresh watermelon cake last week that is the prettiest thing we've ever seen. Check out Half Baked Harvest.

If you don't already read Local Milk, stop everything you're doing (even the reading of this list) and head on over there right now. You're liable to spend a couple of hours reading through Beth's beautiful prose and taking in her lovely images, along with ton of great inspiration on cooking during these bountiful summer months. Check out Local Milk.

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