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The much anticipated summer season has finally arrived and outdoor grilling is in full effect! Celebrate the long, warm days of summer by having the ultimate BBQ this 4th of July. Use these tips for your most successful cookout yet.


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HOT DOG

Sunshine with a breeze are the desired conditions for any BBQ, however the weather doesn’t always work out in our favor. Make sure to plan for rain or shine and have an indoor setup ready to go. The cookout won’t stop because of bad weather; your Kenyon Electric Grill can be used both inside and outside.

 

 

 

 


Red, White, and Boozed

Ice-cold beer and wine are a must for the occasion. Easy to grab and pour with little mess or fuss. Add these beverages that you’ll already have on hand to your grill’s drip tray to infuse a new flavor into your foods.

Chilled beverages are a welcomed relief in the hot summer sun. Also consider making a batch of non-alcoholic grilled peach iced tea ahead of time to set out for guests to help themselves.

 


Grill It Up

Juicy burgers, steak, ribs, and crispy hot dogs are exactly what you think of when you hear the word BBQ. Prepare your meats the night before your event so they can fully marinate for optimum tenderness and taste.

 

 

 


 Stars, Stripes, & Side Dishes

To compliment the main food event, choose about 2-3 sides. If you were cooking up hamburgers and hot dogs the perfect additions to your feast would be corn on the cob  and grilled potato salad. Fresh or grilled veggies pair well with chicken and steak. 

 


Sweet Land of Desserts

Let’s not forget about the sweets! Every savory meal needs a sweet note to balance out your taste buds. Summertime meals call for light and airy desserts such as a Red, White, and Blueberry Grilled Puff Pastry or Tropical Fruit Kabobs.

 

 

 


 

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