A Labor Day Roundup

We hope you’re feeding a crowd, since it’s the unofficial last weekend of summer. We don’t celebrate fall until after Thanksgiving in these parts. We think there’s something to satisfy just about everyone here. If you need more ideas for potato salads, go here.

Pulled Pork Sandwiches

More barbecue sauce is always a good idea

More barbecue sauce is always a good idea

German Potato Salad

Fresh rosemary works if there is no parsley in the house

Fresh rosemary works if there is no parsley in the house

Coleslaw

Creamy goodness

Creamy goodness

Chipotle Pintos

Tarnation dem are spicy

Tarnation dem are spicy

Marinated Tomatoes

Fresh garlic is so good

Fresh garlic is so good

Mint Limeade

I like to use rum to help dilute the limeade

I like to use rum to help dilute the limeade

Ice Cream with Bourbon Peach Butter

Does anyone still make a good vanilla ice cream

Melty goodness

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This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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7 Responses to A Labor Day Roundup

  1. Wow I am very impressed at your enthusiasm for Labor Day…what bounty. You are so right about it not being fall until Thanksgiving here in the South…we aren’t even close. Have a happy Labor Day.

  2. Purely.. Kay says:

    Love your round up picks my friend. Everything looks amazing, especially the cole slaw

  3. nrhatch says:

    Happy Labor Day!

  4. That is such a sexy bunch of food. Terrific post, Greg.

  5. ohhh that all looks good.

  6. laurasmess says:

    This post had me drooling… over everything! So much deliciousness on one day. I would’ve been in a food coma. Love that Bourbon peach butter!

  7. Alison says:

    That Bourbon Peach Butter is amazing!

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