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Take your taste buds on the road with dishes from our favorite places and cookout classics from across the country. Plus, fun foods for the Fourth of July!
Fourth of July Cereal Star Treats(with video)
This recipe for a riff on the classic easy, no-bake snack can be adapted for any occasion just by changing up the colors and cookie cutter shapes. Use as little or as much food dye as you want.
Berry Banana Pudding Ice Cream Cake
Fruit preserves and fresh berries bring festive color to this Southern-inspired no-cook summer dessert, making it great for the Fourth of July.
Ripe strawberries and sweet lemonade form the base for this easy, icy treat. Swap out strawberries for blueberries for some festive layering that’s perfect for the Fourth of July or any hot summer day.
Spicy Queso with Chorizo
Creamy cheese dip topped with Mexican sausage will have your guests devouring every last spoonful. Pair it with blue corn chips for an appetizer tailormade for the Fourth of July.
Spicy jalapeños, coffee, and ground beef set this Southwestern-inspired recipe apart from other bean dishes. Serve for dinner with cornbread or as a side dish alongside grilled ribs or chicken.
Crab Imperial Dip
This warm dip transforms a classic Maryland recipe into a seafood appetizer that your guests will love. Packed with flavor, it pairs crab with bright lemon, savory Worcestershire sauce, and tangy Dijon.
Green Chili Cheeseburger
Inspired by a diner favorite from New Mexico, this recipe tops grilled burgers with two types of mild chili peppers that pair perfectly with ultra-melty American cheese.
Low Country Shrimp Boil
Also known as Frogmore Stew, this Carolina-inspired seafood recipe also features corn, potatoes, and smoky sausage. Serve this all summer long with plenty of napkins.
Quick and Easy New England-Style Baked Beans
Normally baked for hours in the oven, this traditional side dish enters the fast lane with the help of canned beans while still featuring the same flavors of smoky bacon and a molasses–sweetened sauce.
Grilled Scallops with Buttery Cracker Crumbs
Typically baked, this New England–inspired seafood dish gets a summer upgrade with the help of a grill and a bed of peppery arugula. Serve as a light entrée or as an appetizer.
Cheeseburger Sliders with Onions
Soft, squishy potato rolls are the perfect buns for these New Jersey–style mini burgers. Serve them for dinner or as an appetizer to feed a crowd.
This bean-based Southern classic can be served with tortilla chips as an appetizer or as the perfect summer side dish for anything from hot dogs and burgers to grilled chicken and steak.
Kentucky Hot Brown Patty Melts(with video)
Transform a classic Southern sandwich into an open-faced burger by topping a grilled turkey burger with tomato, bacon, and melty Swiss cheese.
Fusilli with Quick Tomato-Butter Sauce
This simple but kid-friendly pasta dinner is ready in just 15 minutes. For a meatier version, try adding Italian sausage.
Grilled Shrimp with Tomatoes and Pesto(with video)
This easy grilled seafood recipe features a Paleo-friendly pesto that substitutes nutritional yeast for Parmesan cheese.
Salad with Rotisserie Chicken and Avocado
Using flavor-packed, store-bought salsa verde as a base for salad dressing is a great hack for getting this no-cook dinner on the table in 15 minutes. Crushed tortillas are a fun stand-in for croutons.
Citrus Kombucha Mocktail
Explore the nutritional benefits of probiotics in this refreshing nonalcoholic drink that’s perfect morning, noon, or night.
Grilled Chicken Sausages with Cheddar and Pickled Peppers
Tangy pepperoncini and melty cheese take these sausages to the next level for your cookout or weeknight dinner.
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