Summertime weekend lunches can sometimes present a unique set of challenges. Since it's summer, you might find yourself craving something grilled.
I don't want to step into the middle of the ongoing debate about global warming. By the time you read this, however, summer will be a few days away.
It's funny how we seem to know automatically the history and dates of some holidays. But what about Father's Day? Why June, though? Many dads will be grilling this Father's Day. Which often leads to ribs. And there's another advantage, too.
"How are we going to keep the children busy this summer?" In some parts of the country, the school break is quickly approaching, while it's already begun elsewhere.
Depending on where you live and how the weather is behaving, it's getting very close to the time when all sorts of locally grown berries and plump, sweet cherries will begin to fill the stalls of farmers' markets and grocery stores.
The three-day Memorial Day weekend begins this Friday evening, and with it comes what most people think of as the official start of summer grilling season -- even though summer itself is still a month away.