Memorial Day is the unofficial start of the summer. But it’s an unusual Memorial Day, and an unusual summer. While this year’s fest may not look like last year’s, we’ve got solid advice on making the most of it. But before we get there:
Stay healthy, stay safe, and, as much as possible, stay home.
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Top of mind: What can I do for my Memorial Day cookout this year? Elizabeth Wellington dug into what the rules and the risks are.
Remember: This won’t be forever. And, with any luck, the fourth of July will be a more social occasion.
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Now is the time to eat more plants. Whether you’re worried about meat shortages, or just want to find ways to eat greener, Grace Dickinson found out how to make veg the star of the show. She started with the barbecue, since it seems like the weekend for that. Here are some all-around useful tips; follow them, and you won’t miss the burgers.
More tips, plus mouthwatering recipes for shiitake mushroom skewers, cauliflower steaks with beer-raisin glaze, grilled eggplant with spicy chimichurri and more in the full article here.
Yeah, we hear you, you don’t need more housework right now. But if you store things properly in your fridge, you’ll save time, money, and your food will taste better. Grace Dickinson found out how to do it right, and the rest of us learned how we’ve been doing it wrong. Here are a few expert tips: