Favorite Summer Recipes
Warm weather brings an abundance of delicious produce. Try these easy recipes to make the most of the season.
Grill it, steam it, eat it on the cob: Nothing beats fresh summer corn.
Photo: Con Poulos
Turn berries, peaches, and plums into delectable cobblers, crumbles, and more.
Photo: Lisa Hubbard
Make the most of this abundant summer squash with simple yet flavorful recipes.
Photo: Petrina Tinslay
Top off your summer celebrations with these sweet (and easy) blueberry treats.
Photo: James Baigrie
A few simple steps will keep your barbecue grill in top condition.
- Clean the burner and tubes. Make sure the propane tank is turned off. Remove the briquettes and cooking grates, and carefully detach the gas tubes and burner. Clean the tubes with warm, soapy water and towel dry. Wipe the burner clean with a damp cloth. Towel dry the gas ports on the burner, then clean out each one with a toothpick.
- Wash the grill. First, cover the gas valves with aluminum foil to protect the connections from corrosion. Wash the grill’s interior and exterior surfaces with a long-handled stiff-wire grill brush and warm, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and towel dry, then reattach the gas tubes and burners.
- Burn off the grease. During the grill season, briquettes transfer heat to the cooking grates, leaving them coated with grease. Before firing up your grill for the season’s inaugural cookout, flip over the briquettes, close the lid, and heat the grill on high for 15 minutes.
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