Somehow, we’re already coming up on the Fourth of July weekend – a time that seems to pull many of us from the hectic corners of our lives to the glow of the grill emanating from backyards and porches.
There, we stand with friends and family and, in that age-old tradition, bask in the glow of the fire consuming the items carefully culled from butchers, supermarkets, and elsewhere.
As we embrace the summer in all its humid glory, we want to know where you go to get that perfect hamburger meat, veggie burger, shashlik, sausage, asparagus – need we go on?
Once you finish foraging for the perfect Fourth fare, remember to employ responsible barbecue and picnic etiquette – particularly not dumping charcoal on the ground. If you are using coal, remember to deposit them in hot coal bins or extinguish the coals with water and wrap them in foil. Then, put the wrapped coals in a dumpster, or leave them in a trash can.
And, remember there are designated places to put flame to food in Prospect Park.