Ah, yes. The fifth of July. A day normally reserved for recovering from an out-of-control 'Merican birthday celebration, falls on a Thursday this year. That means instead of me sitting by the pool or on the lake drinking cold beers to ease the pain carried over from yesterday, I'm at work, with a full on body and headache. I even had to scale back my celebration because I had to be responsible enough to make it in today. And that, my friends is un-American.
The 4th is here and a lot of us are grilling and having guests over. You want to do something festive and fun and what's more festive and fun than good old fashioned lemonade and a frosty root beer float?! Check out the recipes below and have a wonderful Independence day!
Tomorrow, every person in America will come together to celebrate our country and the freedom we have. Instead of having your typical fourth of July meal, why not spice it up and be creative and make this a holiday to remember for your guests? We found some fun and yummy little treats to help your Independence day stand out and make it a memorable one.
Hey guys! I know a lot of you are probably going to grill this Fourth of July! The Austin household is, too! I'm hankering for some juicy chicken and I thought I would share with you guys my husband's recipe for Beer Can Chicken. The great thing about this recipe is, well, beer of course, but you can use any kind of spices for the rub that you like. Spicy or sweet, it's up to you.
OK, it's HOT! Temperatures are at 100-plus degrees and everybody is "on edge," so to speak, and it's just the beginning of summer. To beat the heat we head out to the lake, swim in the pool, go to a water park, shop in an air-conditioned mall or -- my favorite -- make homemade ice cream!
In less than one week, everyone in America will be celebrating what is probably the most important day in American history. And what better way to celebrate American freedom that with friends, fireworks, a beer in hand, and the best patriotic country music around
The 4th of July is coming up Wednesday and firework stands have opened up all around East Texas. In my neighborhood alone, there are four stands selling the them and I’m sure I’ll be stopping by one of them soon to buy some because my daughter has asked when we’re buying fireworks! She began asking the day she saw those portable stands show up on the roadside.
Fourth of July may fall on a Wednesday this year, but that only allows us for even more time to celebrate the anniversary of our nation's freedom with fireworks, events and family fun this year. There are plenty of things going on in the area this year for July 4th, so get all the events and fireworks information you need, right here.
Fireworks are part of the classic Americana that surrounds the Fourth of July. Memories are made around sparklers and Roman candles. There's firework displays planned all across East Texas that promises to will light up the night this fourth of July!
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