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Fourth of July Recipes

Fourth of July Recipes

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Published by Rebecca Matter
Attending or hosting a fourth of July party? This recipe cookbook gives you five easy recipes that travel great if you're attending, or will impress your guests if you're hosting. And they all can be prepped in advance which means you can spend more time celebrating, and less time working in the kitchen. Enjoy!
Attending or hosting a fourth of July party? This recipe cookbook gives you five easy recipes that travel great if you're attending, or will impress your guests if you're hosting. And they all can be prepped in advance which means you can spend more time celebrating, and less time working in the kitchen. Enjoy!

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Published by: Rebecca Matter on Jun 27, 2009
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 You’re Going to aFourth of July Party 
 You Need the Perfect Recipes …I’ve Got You Covered www.WhatToCookWhen.com 
 
 
 You’ve been invited to a Fourth of July picnic.Everyone is supposed to bring something. You’ve been assigned a picnic salad. What will you bring!?Now you may think to yourself, “but it’s only the picnic salad. It’s notlike the main course or dessert.”But you couldn’t be more wrong. The picnic salad stands out aboveeverything else. It’s STARTS the meal, and if you do it right canhave more taste and flavor, and be more memorable than those ‘plain jane’ burgers and hot dogs your host will be grilling up.This is your moment to bring the picnic item that will be most talkedabout, most remembered, and most requested for future picnics, andquite possibly could save the picnic in the event of a grilling mishapinvolving a slightly intoxicated grill master, too much lighter fluid,and some missing eyebrows.So go ahead and RSVP yes, and let the host know that you have theperfect recipe for the Fourth of July picnic.Until our next meal,Rebecca
 
Strawberry and Spinach Salad
  What you get here is not only an awesome salad full of flavor, but alsoa very pretty accent to any picnic table. The sharp contrast of thegreen spinach and red strawberries make this salad attractive enoughto be the center focal point of any table.Plus, you’ll love the sweet dressing that ties this recipe together. Itcan be used for other salads, so you may yewant to make extra while you’re at it.
 
Ingredients:
 
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2 Tbs Sesame Seeds
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1 Tbs Poppy Seeds
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1/2 Cup White Sugar
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1/2 Cup Olive Oil
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1/4 White Wine Vinegar
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1/4 Tsp Paprika
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1/4 Tsp Worcestershire Sauce
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1 Tbs Dried Minced Onion
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10 Oz Fresh Spinach, Torn
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1 Quart Strawberries, Sliced
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1/2 Cup Slivered Almonds
Directions:
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In a container with a tight lid, combine sesame seeds, poppy seeds, sugar, olive oil, vinegar, paprika, Worcestershire sauce,and onion.2.
 
Shake well and chill for at least one hour. (This can also bemade the day before.)3.
 
 When ready to serve, combine the spinach, strawberries andalmonds in a large bowl. Pour dressing over salad and toss.

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