For those of us in the northern hemisphere, today is the summer solstice, which marks the longest daylight period of the year and the official start of summer. Our summer solstice happens when the sun is shinning directly overhead at midday at varying latitudes.
According to The Weather Channel, it’s also a little more special this year, because the solstice occurred on different days for different time zones.
Welcome summer with one of our favorite Recipes for Fun.
Watermelon that’s too cute to eat! Plus it’s a cool cook together for the entire family. We suggest making a double recipe so you and the kiddos can eat as you create.
It would be perfect to bring to your next summer pool party or BBQ!
Dine and Dish has complete instructions for this simple kid friendly recipe, hop on over to get the 411.