July 4th Barbecue

What does a German grandmother know about a July 4th Barbecue?

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July 4th Barbecue

July 4th Barbecue. With summertime the outdoor entertaining barbecue is in the center of attention. Oma has tips for parties and great recipes for grilling and entertaining. We waited so long for summer to arrive and now it’s here—in all its natural beauty. The sunshine and blue skies invite us outdoors as the school year comes to an end. During the summer break, some people go to the beach, some head for the mountains, while others might stay at home to enjoy backyard barbecues. Checkout Oma’s 17 Sensational Salads, just perfect with grilling. In addition have some more vegetables besides of the traditional corn. Get some ideas how to decorate your food. Enjoy and honor with family and friends the celebration of our Independence Day with a barbecue. 

It is time for a sensational season of barbecue. Start with Oma’s favorite marinades for meat, poultry, and fish. Next, discover a flavorful variety of grilled vegetables, tempting side dishes, and tasty appetizers. Ever had a German-style hamburger?

Try it. Love it. Share it. 

Scroll down and you will find all the delicious recipes.

Barbecue chicken recipe                     Barbecue German Sausages

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Fourth of July is coming up soon, the anniversary of Independence Day. A day to celebrate with fireworks, get-togethers, parades, picnics, and a July 4th Barbecue.

If you are planning a barbecue in your backyard, here are some ideas on how to create a full menu—complete with marinated fish, bratwurst, German hamburgers, pork loin chops, vegetables, homemade dips, and herb butter—all complemented by an au gratin potato casserole from the oven.

Marinade meat for the July 4th Barbecue

Add your favorite barbecue sauces, and different kind of bread, and your meal is complete. Combine with one of Oma’s 17 delicious salads and your summer cookout could not be more perfect.

Serving Fish at a July 4th Barbecue

Let’s fire up the grill!

In my family, the master on the grill is my oldest son. He started taking on the responsibility at the age of eleven. He picked up his barbecue talents immediately and nobody does it better. When it comes to a family cookout, everybody knows their roles. I prepare the food and my son is in charge of the grill. No questions asked.

Wishing everyone a nice celebration, with good food, good drinks, and in company of good friends and family.

Preparing a July 4th Barbecue

Oma’s summertime favorites. Enjoy!

German Hamburger (Deutsche Hamburger)

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Grilled Pork Loin Chops Marinated in Apple Cider with Onions and Chillies (Eingelegte Schweinekoteletts gegrillt)

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Fresh Vegetables with Herb Sour Cream Dip (Frisches Gemuese mit Kraeutersosse)

Vegetable Shish Kabobs with Corn on The Cob (Gegrillte Gemuesespiesse und Maiskolben)

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Grilled Chicken Drumsticks Marinated in White Wine and Lemon (Eingelegte Huehnchenschenkel gegrillt)

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Au Gratin Potato Casserole with Cheese Topping

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Grilled Asparagus with Dressing (Gegrillter Gruener Spargel mit Salatsosse)

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Herb Butter (Kraeuterbutter)

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Grilled Rockfish Marinated in Buttermilk and Lavender (Gegrilltes Barschfilet)

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Grilled Bratwurst

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17 sensational salads to accompany a season of grilling

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