There is nothing that says SPRING better than the ability to start dining al fresco. Granted, here in SoCal good weather occurs almost year-round, but outdoor dining is still something we tend to save for spring and summer. And now that we’re officially in April, it’s time to start hosting gatherings outside.
I used to think that the food I prepared for parties had to be extraordinary. But now I’ve realized that I would much prefer to do simple gatherings often rather than fancy gatherings never.
I’ve reduced so much stress by creating simple dishes that are fun and nourishing; and this makes it more likely that I’ll host more often. While not everything is picture-perfect, the important thing is that our guests have a great time.
So what’s on our spring BBQ menu? Nothing that can’t be purchased for $20 or less, and we fed six!…Continue Reading