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One of our favorite ways to beat the heat at the end of summer is to turn some of the season’s abundant produce into beautiful, delicious frozen fruit slushies. It’s fun and easy to get creative. Not only can you …

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  • This July 20, 2015 photo shows hoisin Dijon chicken skewers in Concord, N.H. For those days when you just want something simple and delicious to pop onto the grill and get to the table in under 30 minutes, this is your recipe. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) Recipe: A fuss-free grilled chicken for Labor Day that doesn’t skimp on flavor
    Sometimes we think too hard about the food we toss on the grill. Brine this, rub that, marinate for 12 days. Enough! For those days when you just want...
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  • This July 20, 2015 photo shows chili cucumber bread salad in Concord, NH. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) Recipe: Paper-thin veggies make better, more creative summer salads
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  • This Aug. 3, 2015 photo shows kebab mashwi in Concord, N.H. This dish is from a recipe by Aarti Sequeira.  (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) Recipe: A Labor Day ‘burger’ of a different sort. A Middle Eastern shish kebab
    With autumn winking at me from the horizon, Labor Day grilling takes on a whole new significance. I’ve either worked my rusty old charcoal grill to th...
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  • This July 27, 2015 photo shows beer-brined pork chops with barbecued onions in Concord, N.H. With a little care and a little brine, this recipe can yield flavorful, moist pork chops. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) Recipe: A little care, a little brine can produce stellar pork chops for Labor Day
    Let’s face it, a cookout on Labor Day, that bittersweet farewell to summer, tends to attract the hedonistic hordes. Your challenge as host is to come ...
    Updated Sep 01 2015 01:05 am   |     |   Share


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