by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, July 7th, 2017
by T.K. Brady in Polls, February 10th, 2017
Beach days are full of sandy toes, fun in the sun and, well, soggy sandwiches. It’s time your snacks matched your good time. That means pressed sandwiches that get better with time, fresh slaws and simple desserts packed in a cooler ready to stay out until the sun goes down. Here are some ideas to eat well at the beach all day. Read more
by Lauren Piro in Recipes, July 23rd, 2016
It may be a winter wonderland outside, but the editors of Food Network Magazine are thinking about warmer weather — specifically the beach! Start planning your summer vacation because the editors want to know how you eat at the beach and boardwalk. Tell them all about your favorite boardwalk treat, French fry preferences and more in the poll below, then pick up a summer issue to see how your answers compare to others’. Read more
by Allison Milam in How-to, June 28th, 2014
Even if you can’t spend every summer day splashing in the waves, searching for seashells or lounging under a giant umbrella, a beachy snack is never too far away. These adorable ideas will turn even a rainy, decidedly non-beach day into a little summer celebration.
Ocean Blue Boozy Milkshakes (above)
Blue curacao liqueur blends with vanilla ice cream to create an indulgent shake that mimics the hues of the sea. Topped with whipped cream, the drink looks like a gentle wave crashing against the shoreline.
Whether you’re vacationing in New England or elsewhere, summer is the time for an authentic, sea-soaked clambake on the beach. With the right grill setup and loads of salty seaweed, this seaside feast can be reproduced on just about any sandy shore — barbecue laws permitting, of course. Head down to the water’s edge to collect the seaweed the old-fashioned way, or get it from your local fishmonger. From there, it’s all about assembly. Here’s how to build the quintessential clambake, layer by layer.