The countdown to a three day celebration of summer, fun, and freedom 4th of July party ideas is on.
Allow me to take this opportunity to thank the calendar year for gifting us a three-day weekend for holiday fun in the summer sun.
Count that as 4th of July party ideas gold!
Fine and Yankee Doodle Dandy for the 4th, a fresh flower haul from the farmer’s market truck mixed with clippings and cuttings from around the yard pops the colors of the season.
Hanging at home is what’s on our agenda.
It’s becoming the retreat we love more and more.
It’s been so flipping hot of late I haven’t been firing up the grill, stove or ovens very much.
Dave the Builder continues to inform me we have central air conditioning, but it does make a difference in the late afternoon when you’re cooking-baking-grilling.
Light fare with an emphasis on easy, fresh, and cool suits the summer in all of us.
Have you noticed how much a jar of Duke’s Mayo is going for these days?
Psst…. the digital coupon gods at Kroger are granting shoppers a coupon for Duke’s mayo this week, so let there be homemade potato salad on the 4th of July dinner table.
Always on board for trying new recipes, I ran across this recipe for No-Mayo Potato Salad with Herbs from FoodieCrush.
Looks summer delicious!
Click here for link.
Paper, plastic, ceramic, porcelain or melamine- there is no wrong way to go with 4th of July party ideas serveware.
I could source and suggest lovely beverage and bar glasses, but who are we kidding here?
Red Solo cups is always the way to go-cup, or as we say in Louisiana, geaux-cup.
Stack those American party cups high and proceed to 4th of July party.
You can red, white, blue and true to the traditional color palette in various ways.
Grab your blue and white this and that and let a bowl of red raspberries or fresh garden tomatoes represent the red.
Remember this; simple makes the best party guest.
Invite the rule of KISS to the party and Keep It Summer Simple.
Sun tea is about as summer delicious and summer simple as it gets.
Fill glass container with cold water. Add desired amount of sugar and stir.
Place 8 tea bags per gallon in container. If using the above 2 gallon dispenser, use 16 tea bags.
Set dispenser-jar-jug out in the sun for approximately 3 hours.
Easy peasy, folks.
Our local weather forecaster gave the viewing audience his 5 out of 5 scoops review of Blue Bell’s newest summer flavor, strawberry lemonade.
Beau and Ollie very much appreciate a celebration that pops in style, not in sound.
Social media memes floating the scrolls this time of year remind us fireworks tend to frighten our animal friends.
One particular meme suggest making a difference instead of a noise by purchasing two bags of pet food for a local shelter.
Who says everything on social media is rubbish?
Happy 4th of July, friends!
Let freedom ring in all your stylish 4th of July party ideas glory.