Labor Day Celebration
Labor Day is commonly referred to as the “Last Holiday Of Summer”.
We have come up with some delicious recipes that work great for all of our Labor Day plans.
Many friends and family get together for a cookout, BBQ, picnic, or time at the beach.
It is a time to take a deep breath and enjoy the last few days of Summer before we move on to Fall.
Labor Day is a weekend to enjoy some croquet, badminton, volleyball, and hose shoes. The smell of food on the charcoal grill, sweet tea in a pitcher, and a cake or two displayed on a cake plate for dessert.
We wanted to help you out with a few of our recipes that will work great for any cookout, BBQ or picnic. These will make you the hit of the party!
Foil Packet Potatoes
Quick and easy potatoes that cook right along with your meat on the grill. No need to heat up the house.
Oh My Olive Dip
Oh My Olive Dip is warm, creamy, and super simple. This recipe will be hit at parties, game days or just hanging out at home watching tv with the family.
This Southern classic is a staple in most kitchens. Creamy, cheesy goodness with a pop of tangy pepper. We slather this on crackers, burgers, fried green tomato sandwiches and of course, grilled cheese sandwiches.
Mama’s Macaroni Salad
This macaroni salad is one of my absolute favorites. It’s a family recipe handed down through our family for years. Delicious and simple. Great For BBQs
El Conquistador Taco Salad
This is a great salad to take to a pot luck or a picnic. So simple, and delicious and it will feed a lot of people!
Creamy Coconut Custard Pie
This Creamy Coconut Custard Pie is the only pie you will ever need and it makes it’s own crust!
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
This cake is cooked in a cast-iron skillet and is a favorite of the South and can be found at most picnics or gatherings.
Coca Cola Cake
Simple, Moist and Delicious! This Southern Classic is great for picnics or after Sunday dinner. Even better than Cracker Barrel’s!
House Wine Of The South
House Wine Of The South (That’s Sweet Tea For You Yankees) – We take our “tea” very seriously here in the South. We will show y’all how to make “House Wine”
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