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Holding on to summer for a little while longer . . .
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Labor Day Meal Plan

Hello, hello!

Does anyone else have end-of-summer songs running on repeat in their head? Lyrics from Don Henley and Earth, Wind, and Fire have popped out of nowhere right into my brain. (I realize that I have instantly aged myself . . . and then some.) I am not happy about the season soon coming to a close, but look outside! The leaves are still green and the heat is holding steady. (Maybe a little too steady?) Back to school may be upon us, however we’ve still got a bunch of grilling and outdoor dinners to anticipate.
 
As the Black Pumas would say:
“I woke up to the morning sky, first / Baby blue, just like we rehearsed / When I get up off this ground / I shake leaves back down to the brown, brown, brown, brown / ’Til I’m clean”
 
And as Drake would say: “We’ll see what’s ’bout to happen next, okay?”
 
So, here are some meals you can make to hold on to summer for a little while longer. But don't forget Lewis Capaldi's reminder that no one promised us it would last forever.
 
My children have already rolled their eyes at me for all of this. Happy Labor Day to all of you!
A colorful dazzler of a grilled dinner.

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Arguably the most delicious food on the planet. This is simply the best and easiest way to cook pizzas during the summer. No pizza stone, just throw 'em right on the grill!

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A big bowl of Greek salad is such a satisfying lunch or dinner . . . you simply can't go wrong.

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When ketchup and mustard just aren't quite enough.

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In mere minutes grilled corn becomes a colorful summer salad.

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A thick and juicy grilled steak with a dollop of slightly spicy butter is one of the easiest and tastiest summer dinners.

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A burger with personality.

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An open-faced marriage of garlic bread, ripe tomatoes, creamy mozzarella, basil, and a drizzle of balsamic glaze.

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How to make the classic, shaken Peruvian cocktail at home! Because the end of summer warrants a good drink.

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Summer nestled under a crunchy topping with a touch of cinnamon.

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BUT WAIT, THERES MORE . . .
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