The last unofficial weekend of the summer is upon us and if you are American, that probably means gearing up for a fun Labor Day cookout.
When thinking about catering for larger numbers for an informal and relaxed event, don’t get hung up on haute cuisine. Think about seasonal vegetables, good cuts of meat and marinades and you won’t go far wrong. We have just the tips to pull off a BBQ like a pro so you don’t have to sweat the small stuff.
If you’re planning on throwing a party at your house or even heading over to friends, take look at this list of simple recipes. We take you right through, from refreshing drinks, including beer–based cocktails, to the best BBQ recipes, plus tasty side dishes and some fruity desserts.
So make up a batch of cooling cocktails, roll up your sleeves and let us entice you into the kitchen however briefly, leaving you to enjoy the satisfying results. You’re sure to pull off a memorable and relaxed event.
It's not all about the grill – make sure you balance out the offering with some tasty side dishes. Or if you're attending a cook out you'll always be popular turning up with one of these thoughtful dishes.
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