Memorial Day Cooking Survey: Indoors or Outdoors?

Memorial Day Cooking Survey: Indoors or Outdoors?

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Faith Durand
May 24, 2008
Memorial Day is the traditional start of picnic season, which often feels like a cruel joke in Ohio and New York; more often than not it's drizzly and cold. We're curious - what are your Memorial Day cooking plans? Are you eating outside or in? Is it high time to fire up the grill, in a ceremonial unveiling? Or are you safely inside until, say, July? Take our survey then jump below for some good summer menus for both outside and inside cooking.
Menu: Cook Outside (The Meat!!)Old-Fashioned Juicy BurgersGrilled Pork Tenderloin with Herbed Cornmeal RubGrilled Mint ChickenMini Lamb Burgers on Roasted Potato RoundsTomato, Corn, and Basil Bean Burgers Menu: Cook Outside (The other stuff)Bean and Vegetable SaladMixed New Potato Salad with Sweet Basil and ShallotsPeanut Butter Oatmeal Monster CookiesMint Chocolate Chip or Old-Fashioned Cocoa Ice Cream Menu: Stay Inside (and pretend to grill)Oven-Broiled SteakBroccoli and Feta Pasta SaladBraised Radishes with Vinegar and MintMeyer Lemon Shaker Pie Menu: Stay Inside (and forget about grilling)Goat Cheese with Parsley and LemonsStuffed ArtichokesSpring Lemon Risotto with Asparagus and Fiddlehead FernsLemon Spongettes (Image: Cutting the pies and cakes at the barbeque dinner, Pie Town, New Mexico Fair (LOC) from the Library of Congress' Flickr stream. Public domain.)
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