The Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays of the year, and that’s basically because in my family, it’s all about the food. A little fried chicken here, some cherry pie there and, of course, watermelon in abundance. But even though watermelon is one of the most refreshing and classic summer treats, over the years I feel like my watermelon recipe repertoire has gotten a little stale. And I definitely couldn’t bring that weak stuff to the picnic table this 4th of July!Read Full Story
Make your Fourth of July festive and fun by whipping up a batch of this red, white and blue puppy chow snack mix. This super-easy recipe uses Chex cereal that is coated in melted chocolate, peanut butter and powdered sugar.Read Full Story
Everybody celebrates the Fourth of July differently. For many of us, the fourth of July means friends and family, food cooked on a grill and fireworks to celebrate. But that doesn't mean to say that you have to limit your celebration to just hot dogs, hamburgers and bratwursts. You can cook whatever you want. I say cook whatever makes your mouth happy.Read Full Story
Picnics, barbecues and fireworks. To a proud American, this means the Fourth of July: a celebration of our nation's independence and a great reason to celebrate with family and friends. And there is no better way to ensure you have the energy to make it to a spectacular light show than with a good breakfast!Read Full Story
I have always loved chicken fajitas. When I was a kid, I would order them from the menu just so I could have them come to my table smoking and deliciously hot. I'd never make them at home because I always thought they would take too much time. Boy, was I wrong.Read Full Story
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