Ultimate summer food: Berries, clams, ice cream truck treats, what food means it’s summer?
June 21 is the first official day of summer. Drink it in and share your thoughts with usShow Caption Hide Caption
How to grill the perfect ribs on a barbecue pit Belmont resident Bill Anderson demonstrates how to grill ribs on an outdoor barbecue pit.
Joanna K. Tzouvelis, Wicked Local Today's the day.
Summer has finally, officially arrived. It's the longest day of the year and we are ready for it. Everyone, take a deep breath in -- aaaaand release.
Summer heralds a lot of things; delightfully hot days, toes in the sand, long walks, drives to nowhere in particular, and swinging away on the golf course or the baseball field. It also brings with it a wealth of seasonal foods. Of course in this global economy, it is possible to have watermelon year-round and no one is going to stop you from eating a popsicle in January but there are things that just taste better in June, July and August.
Tomatoes off the vine, strawberries warmed by the sun, corn-on-cob, potato salad, fresh-shucked clams after a day at the beach, and popsicles on the porch on a sticky summer night, come to my mind. But what says summer to you? What have you been waiting all winter to make, or eat or go out for?
If you don't see your favorite on our list, please add it - we sometimes need reminding of those dishes that just whisper in our ear, "it's summer."