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Wall Street Journal Digital: What I Did On My Summer Vacation

Wall Street Journal Digital: What I Did On My Summer Vacation
It's easy to let summer pass in a blur and have nothing to look back on proudly come fall. To inspire you, we put on our novelists' hats and invented six suitably ambitious role models, from an intrepid foodie to a highly efficient world traveler.

I Ran a Pop-Up Restaurant
 
"Well, not quite, but the people who walked by our beach cookout looked ready to pay for the food my friend Aiden was turning out with his new portable grill. Restaurant-quality filets, grilled asparagus, roasted potatoes. I even managed to char some broccoli decently.” —Will
 
For anxious summer chefs, portable grills trigger fears of torched meals and burnt eyebrows. The compact Everdure Cube Grill lets you bypass the Xanax and aim higher than hot dogs with features like a heat protection shield and handles that stay cool. A bamboo cutting board tops its porcelain enamel fire box, which also stores food for easy schlepping. $230, williams-sonoma.com

  

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