Happy Labor Day

Labor Day is the third largest cookout events in the United States.  Tradition dictates that food cooked on a open flame is synonymous with summer holidays and as Labor Day is the last holiday of the summer, it had better be good!  If planning a backyard cookout then this is the right place. It’s important to take advantage of Labor Day celebrations to mix up some summer time drinks, pop open some Beer, light up the grill or smoker, and have a great cookout with your friends and family!

Here are some delicious recipes for your Labor Day Cookout!

The number one most popular food cooked on Labor Day is Barbecue Ribs

Memphis Style BBQ Ribs

Labor Day is also known for the end of “hot dog season“…

Perfect Grilled Hot Dog

Perfect Grilled Hot Dog

Some of my favorite salads include Asian Slaw, and Orzo Pasta Salad, or Black Beans, Rice & Avocado Salad

Orzo Pasta Salad with Weber® Just Add Juice® Citrus Herb Marinade

Orzo Pasta Salad with Weber® Just Add Juice® Citrus Herb Marinade

A cookout is never complete without Watermelon

Grab and Go Watermelon

Grab and Go Watermelon

or a wonderful Blueberry Cheesecake

Blueberry Cheesecake

Blueberry Cheesecake

And of course you will need the best Margarita

The Best Margarita

The Best Margarita

I hope you all enjoy this Labor Day Weekend as you celebrate with your family and friends!

Boun Appetito!!!


Try these salmon tacos & white sangria drinks

Happy Memorial Day, check out these recipes for your weekend parties!

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Grilled Marinated Salmon Tacos

1 lb. fresh salmon
1 package Weber® Just Add Juice® Sesame Ginger Marinade Mix
½ cup orange juice
1 bunch fresh scallions, chopped
4 large taco shells
1 large onion, sliced thickly
4-6 assorted small peppers
2 avocados, sliced

Salmon:
Prepare salmon according to marinade directions (do not marinade overnight). Remove fish and discard remaining marinade. Grill on preheated cooking grates until the internal temperature of the fish reaches 140°F. Let rest 5 minutes, flake meat apart.

Vegetables:
Place onion slices and peppers on prepared grill. Cook until vegetables are soft and slightly charred. Remove from heat and let cool 5 minutes.

Taco Shells:
Place shells directly on hot grate rotating 90° after 1 minute. Turn shell over and repeat process.

Assemble:
On toasted taco shell, place salmon, vegetables and avocado slices.

White Wine Sangria with Lemoncello

1 bottle (750 ml.) Spanish white…

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