As Memorial Day weekend approaches, it’s time to start planning your menu for the ultimate summer kickoff! From refreshing cocktails to juicy burgers and creamy desserts, we’ve got you covered with the perfect Memorial Day feast. So grab your apron and let’s get cooking!
These gorgonzola burgers are part of my series on Pub burgers. What may look like a lot of fat is Gorgonzola cheese. Gorgonzola cheese is very similar to blue cheese. However, it’s a little lighter in flavor.
Barbeque burgers made with a special sauce and cooked on a cast iron grill taste like they just came off the backyard barbecue.
Habanero Cheddar pub burgers are not for the faint-at-heart. But, if you like spicy food, this might just be the burger for you!
Microwave-boiled dressing for coleslaw is a summer favorite. It’s perfect for barbeques and get-togethers.
Nesco Baby Back Ribs fall off the bone, and have smoky, tangy flavor. No outdoor grill? These ribs are your answer.
When Spane and I went to the store and I picked out our 4th of July dinner, I got to thinking that I really missed German Potato Salad. When my family was stationed in Kaiserslautern in Germany, it was something that we had quite often. I’ve had it since coming back to the United States, but it never seemed as good. I thought maybe I could improve on it.
But, why would I want to have German Potato Salad on a holiday that celebrates Independence from British rule? Well, because there were plenty of Germans involved in the Revolutionary War, among them Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben. There were also French involved in helping us win, hence the inclusion of Blue Cheese
Barbecued chili garlic shrimp makes an excellent appetizer or main dish with salad. Something different to put on the grill or even on the stovetop.
This no-bake cake will be the star of your 4th of July celebration but won’t turn your kitchen into an inferno! Fresh strawberries, blueberries, tort wafers, and sour cream. Declare your independence from the stove! What’s not to like?