No items found.

Photo: Kyle Fitzgerald[/caption]

NY Times: Throw a Backyard Party Guide from Wirecutter


We love backyard entertaining and cooking so much that we once spent four days straight just testing grills, enlisting The New York Times's Sam Sifton to help us cook 40 pounds of burgers, barbecue, and whole chickens. From Bluetooth speakers to patio furniture, here’s what we think you need to do summer right.

See the full guide from Raphael Brion on New York Times' website here.

Raphael Brion cooked in Michelin-starred restaurants prior to becoming a food editor over 10 years ago.

LAST UPDATED

December 3, 2023

Written by
Photo thumbnail Blog Author

Wirecutter

Media Mentions from Wirecutter

Wirecutter’s mission is to recommend what really matters. Each year, we independently test and review thousands of products to help you find just what you need. Our goal is to save you time and eliminate the stress of shopping, whether you’re looking for everyday gear or gifts for loved ones.

We strive to be the most trusted product recommendation service around, and we work with total editorial independence. We won’t post a recommendation unless our writers and editors have deemed something the best through rigorous reporting and testing.

Explore More Content

Media Mentions

This repellent is easy to apply and effective without staining clothes.

Eating Well
Media Mentions from Eating Well

Media Mentions

Sawyer Picaridin Insect Repellent uses 20 percent picaridin to protect against ticks, mosquitoes, black flies, gnats, and other biting insects. It provides up to 12 hours of protection, so a little bit goes a long way.

Maggie Slepian

Media Mentions

Sawyer’s 20% Picaridin Insect Repellent delivers long-lasting protection against pesky insects like mosquitoes, ticks, flies, and gnats. Formulated with 20% picaridin — an odorless, non-greasy alternative to DEET — you can count on this spray to provide up to 12 hours of protection against mosquitos and eight hours against other bugs.

Clarissa Buch Zilberman