4th of July, celebrate with the Best BBQ (24 blogs of ‘how to’)

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bbqThere’s no better way to celebrate the 4th of July than with a good old-fashioned backyard barbeque. Great friends, plenty of red, white and blue and a healthy spread of grilled dishes, cold salads and festive drinks are the perfect recipe for a great time. If you’re hosting the 4th of July party this year, look no further than these 24 blog posts for plenty of inspiration for pulling off the best Independence Day bash of the summer.

Decorations
Red, white and blue colors are the only requirement when it comes to selecting festive party decorations. Red plates, white napkins, a blue tablecloth and some strategically placed flags are the perfect way to pay tribute to the day. If your party is going to extend into the night, add some twinkling lights to the trees and buy plenty of fireworks.

For more decorating ideas, check out these six blog entries.

Main Course Grilling Recipes
Hamburgers and hotdogs are standard barbeque fare, but if you find yourself wanting something a little more adventurous try adding blue cheese to the burgers or creating a toppings bar for your hotdogs.


More unique grilling ideas can be found in these six blog posts.

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Outdoor-Friendly Side Dishes
Typically, the focus of a barbeque is the grilled meat, but no main dish is complete without an equally delicious side dish.

If you need some delectable side dish ideas, look at these six blog articles.

Refreshing Drinks
Make sure to serve one signature drink for your party, as well as provide other drinks that your friends might like. Offer water and non-alcoholic beverages as well to ensure that no one gets dehydrated.

These six blog entries will give some recipes for festive drink ideas.

Thanks to Carrie Dotson

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