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Celebrating Independence Day

Barbeque-Back-RibsJello-CheesecakeSweet-and-Sour-Coleslaw-

Independence Day in the U.S. is always celebrated on July 4th.  Many businesses are closed that day in observance of this holiday.

Families and friends get together for a cook out, outdoor fun.  In the evening everyone is looking forward to an exciting display of fire works, usually prepared by a local fire department.

My contribution to this celebration will consist of links to some of my previously posted recipes, which you may wish to prepare for your guests.

Barbeque-Back-Ribs

These  Pork Ribs with Bourbon Whiskey Barbecue Sauce take little more time to complete, but are awesomely delicious, and the meat, literally, falls of the bone.

Vegetable-Platter-

For the vegetarian guests, this easy to assemble Vegetable Platter will be a hit, for sure.

Sweet-and-Sour-Coleslaw-

Sweet and Sour Coleslaw is another vegetarian choice, as well as an excellent side dish to accompany your barbecue meats.

Broccoli-Salad

Delicious and healthful Broccoli Salad.

 

Jello-Cheesecake

Your gusts will just LOVE this easy, no bake Low Fat Jello Cheesecake.

This dessert should be made a day ahead, or several hours before serving, to give it a chance to firm up.

Jello-Mold-

If you are looking for much simpler dessert recipe, nothing will take less effort than this Strawberry Cream Cheese Jello Mold.

Enjoy your Independence Day party, and stay safe!

 

2 thoughts on “Celebrating Independence Day”

  1. Marilyn says:

    Enjoy the day! The food looks delicious

  2. Suburban Grandma says:

    It’s great hearing again from you. How is your summer going?

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