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The most eaten food on the 4th of July has got to be barbeque. After all, there is nothing quite as American as a good, old-fashioned BBQ with friends and family gathered around the flames to celebrate Independence Day. You can bring pretty much anything to a 4th of July BBQ these days - sausages, steaks, burgers, ribs, and even vegetarian and vegan options that are a little lighter on the palate.
As for putting a good menu together for the 4th of July when you're hosting, the best foods to serve at an Independence Day party will always be your family favorites. After all, this is one of the main aspects that make the 4th so special - a gathering of your nearest and dearest. However, you can definitely add a new level to the traditional favorites with grilling rubs, spices, and sauces. So take a look below and see what strikes your fancy...
For this 4th of July we here at BBQ Thingz want to share a classic barbecuing technique that originated on the east coast referred to as the "Low and Slow" method. "Low" means the temperature at which the meat is cooked and "Slow" means the time it will take to fully cook the meat.LEARN MORE