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Iced tea is the go-to drink when temperatures rise. Whether you prefer a grassy green or sweet-as-a-peach iced tea, there's no denying that the cooling beverage is ideal for summertime sipping. Here, we're highlighting some of our favorite iced tea recipes that make use of summertime berries, fresh herbs, and even surprising ingredients like lemongrass. Make a batch of any of the options featured in this collection and watch as it drains from its pitcher during barbecues, picnics, holiday parties, and more. Or just make some to enjoy when you relax on your porch. From sweet to citrusy, keep these iced tea recipes in your back pocket all summer long.
Cookouts, backyard barbecues, grilling sessions, or whatever you prefer to call them, require a few essentials—icy cold beverages like lemonade for the little ones and cold beers for obliging adults, burgers and hot dogs and perhaps some grilled portobello mushrooms for the plant-based crowd, a Slip 'N Slide, sprinkler, or other kid-friendly games for cooling off; and something cool and sweet for dessert that everyone will love. These are the makings of a great summer party, but to really make a splash, you should opt for a few upgrades using our cookout ideas. Hosting a cookout is a mix of planning logistics, those details that keep everyone safe, and planning a menu. We've got a savvy mix of both menu ideas and hosting practicalities to help you take your outdoor entertaining to the next level; creating a special spot in your backyard or on your deck and keeping your guests thirsts quenched, stomachs filled, and sweet tooths satiated.