This country has a long history of tossing meat over heat in order to celebrate things. Heck, even George Washington's own journals show that he enjoyed taking in grilling sessions and cookouts. The presidential grilling Guru and cookout lover list includes good old Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, LBJ, IKE, Nixon, Bush, Bush, Carter, Clinton, and President Obama.
In fact - President Obama used some of his spare time to work with a white house chef to make several batches of White House Craft Home Brewed Beer. They used honey, from a hive located on the White House grounds, for added flavor. All of that being said - Let's hit the Grill with a burger, a grilled link, and ribs!
Why stop with a normal hamburger? Stuffed Cheese Burgers are the way to go with easy recipe as it’s so versatile. You can stuff with cheese, or onions, mushrooms, jalapeno peppers, crumbled bacon, or a combination of all of the above - or something from your own imagination. Check out the Stuffed Cheeseburger Recipe Here.
Tennessee Barbecue Dog or Smoked Sausage
Hotdogs, Smoked Sausages, and Bratwursts hot off the grill can be topped and consumed in a variety of ways - and I've yet to find a bad one! My signature dog is my own version of some of the grilling things I like. Hot dogs or Smoked Sausage, slow smoked pulled pork, barbecue sauce, and slaw! Check the Tennessee Barbecue Dog and Smoked Sausage out Here!
Easy Pork Ribs
You can be sure that a whole bunch of ribs will be served up during the Forth of July Weekend! The great news is that you can get that slow smoked flavor and tenerness on the grill as well as a chambered smoker! This method combines off-set grilling with a couple of tips and tricks that any rib lover can use for some lip smacking ribs on the Forth of July! Check out the recipe original posted for Memorial Day Weekend!
Have a wonderful Fourth of July with your family and friends!