OK, we admit it—this summer has been a little strange. Postponed vacations, no beach trips, wearing face masks in sweltering heat. Now we’re heading into fall and the last official barbecue holiday of the year. Let’s have a little fun for Labor Day! Even though many of us still have to restrict our activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we can still celebrate at home. Try a good old-fashioned field day in your backyard with your family!
Show your kids that you were a kid once too.
Here’s that pasta salad recipe we promised. And amounts are up to you—add as much or as little of each ingredient to suit your taste and preferences. And if you don’t see your favorite veggies, feel free to add them:
Send off the summer with lots of fun, great family and fantastic food. One more tip: Keep Teladoc close by; download the app and you’ll have fingertip access to U.S. board-certified physicians 24/7 anytime, anywhere you are. Our doctors can diagnose and recommend treatments for a wide range of common summertime ailments such as sun-related conditions, insect bites and stings, skin rashes, and even stomachaches and headaches
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