Pay tribute to the red, white, and blue with All-American dishes you can mix and match for your Independence Day cookout.
Raspberry LemonadePour a tall glass of fresh-squeezed lemonade infused with sweet raspberries. Garnish the rim with red, white, and blue sugar for a patriotic finish. To make colored sugar, mix one drop of food coloring with 1/2 cup of sugar in a zip-top bag and shake.
Recipe: Raspberry Lemonade
Root Beer Baked BeansSweet, smoky, and savory, this delicious baked bean dish is sure to be a hit for Independence Day. Root beer adds a fun twist, making this dish one of a kind.
Recipe: Root Beer Baked Beans
Big Top Watermelon SaladNothing says summer like juicy watermelon. For a unique take on this Fourth of July staple, cube watermelon and toss with feta, onions, pine nuts, and fresh herbs.
Recipe: Big Top Watermelon Salad
Frogmore StewA Low Country summer entertaining classic, Frogmore stew combines sausage, shrimp, red potatoes, corn, and seasonings, yielding a feast that's perfect for a crowd.
Recipe: Frogmore Stew
Grilled Chicken With White Barbecue SaucePut a spin on barbecue chicken with spicy white sauce, a combination of mayonnaise and vinegar. The sauce is finger-licking good and ready in only 10 minutes.
Sweet-Hot Baby Back RibsGet out the paper towels for this backyard favorite. Combining Asian flavors–sweet chili and ginger with spicy red pepper flakes–creates the Sweet-Hot 'Cue Sauce. Take a bite of these ribs, and you'll whisper "wow" in total respect for the amazing taste.
Recipe: Sweet-Hot Baby Back Ribs
Peach-Cinnamon Ice CreamThe iconic summer treat, a big scoop of cool ice cream filled with peaches and spiced with cinnamon. Garnish with fresh peaches and enjoy the perfect ending to any Fourth of July festivity.
Recipe: Peach-Cinnamon Ice Cream