The temperature's rising and humidity's rearing its ugly head, which mean a couple of things:
Of course, you don’t need a reason to fire up that grill and slap on a steak, but since Memorial Day marks the start of summer, it's the perfect time to gather family and friends outside and cook up a few seasonal staples.
In the spirit of the holiday’s casualness—you probably have the day off, after all—ditch the recipes and stop paging through cookbooks. The time’s better spent sipping on fresh-made lemonade and slicing your way to stellar slaw.
Conveniently, lots of our favorite summer foods are intuitive, requiring just a little planning and a bit of know-how. So, crack open a cold one and break out the Speedo (or one-piece, if that’s your style). Your Memorial Day menu just got a whole lot easier. Here are some ideas to get you started:
EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was originally published in 2015.
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