Love Of Cooking: 4th of July (Love of Cooking: Holiday Series) Kindle Edition
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Some of the recipes you will find in this cookbook include:
Easy Pulled Pork Mag's Fav
Aunt Sharon's Mac and Cheese
Candy Filled Brownies
The Zesty Grilled Chicken is simply boneless, skinless chicken breasts and a bottle of Italian Dressing. The recipe has been featured in Kraft advertising for at least 20 years.
The Kickin' Party Mix sounds horrid. Oyster crackers, Cheez-Its, roasted peanuts and pretzels mixed with two packages of ranch dressing mix and two cups of canola oil, then left to soak up the oil for two and a half hours.
Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies calls for margarine, as do Candy-Filled Brownies. Apparently they didn't get the memo about the margarine.
The Easy Pulled Pork and the Joann's Brisket sound interesting. I'm pretty picky about both of those things, and I smoke them which is a very time-consuming job. However, the authors make the point that both of these dishes can be cooked ahead of time, the pork in a slow-cooker and the brisket in the oven, and won't take up room on the grill when it is needed for other things. I can see how helpful that would be for a large gathering.
The Peach Cobbler recipe called for two cups of fresh peaches, and a total of two cups of sugar. To me that sounds like an awful lot of sugar for that dessert.
The Spiced Tea Punch sounds pretty good, and the Red, White & Bleu Chip Dip sounds delicious.
There are no pictures and no nutritional information but most of the recipes have reasonably clear instructions.
~The Rebecca Review