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July Fourth is a day to celebrate America's independence with family, friends and lots of good food. I have posted one of my favorite menus for the occasion featuring grilled baby back ribs and, for those who prefer, grilled chicken, both with a homemade molasses barbecue sauce. When guests arrive, they can help themselves to tzatziki served with vegetable crudités and pita triangles. The side dishes include pasta and parmesan cheese salad, corn on the cob, baked beans and pepper cabbage salad, a Pennsylvania Dutch favorite. My mother's berry crumb pie, made with fresh blueberries and served with homemade ice cream, completes the meal. Most of the dishes can be prepared in advance or require minimal last minute effort, as described in the menu preparation notes. For alternate choices, every recipe includes links to similar dishes. I hope you enjoy.
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We love to grill, whether for a gathering of friends and family or just for everyday cooking because it is easy, involves less clean-up, generally healthy and tastes so good. This is a collection of my favorite recipes for the grill, as well as some shared recipes from contributors, including meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables. If you don't have access to an outdoor grill or if the weather does not cooperate with your plans, any of the recipes can be made indoors with a grill pan, a broiler or, in some cases, in the oven.
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No matter where I take my guests, it seems they like my kitchen best.
Pennsylvania Dutch Saying