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Midsummer’s Eve Dinner Menu

The ultimate Midsummer's Eve Dinner Menu: BBQ chicken, grilled corn, homemade salsa, fresh-squeezed limeade and cherry pie. Summer food at its finest!

“Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!” How grateful I am to live in a land where we are free to pursue our dreams. To all Americans, Happy Independence Day! I love that the 4th of July is smack-dab in the middle of summer. It just seems a fitting time of the year to celebrate. Summer days are packed with gatherings of family and friends to celebrate holidays, birthdays and just the lazy days of summer. Life seems sweeter when the days are longer, I think. Well, here is the perfect mid-summer menu! Whether you’re picnicking in the canyon, by the pool, at grandma’s house or in your own backyard, there’s something for everyone in this summer harvest menu. Head to your local farmer’s market to buy corn, tomatoes and cherries, get the whole family together to cook, and then kick back together and enjoy the ultimate tastes of summer!

Midsummer’s Eve Dinner Menu

Grilled Chicken with Homemade Barbecue Sauce

Chili and Lime Grilled Corn on the Cob

Tortilla Chips with Cowboy Caviar

Chilled Watermelon

Raspberry Mint Limeade

Cherry Pie with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Love salsa? Cowboy Caviar is your new best friend: fresh tomatoes, cilantro, black-eyed peas and avocado, all tossed with a red wine vinegar dressing. Yum!

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  • Reply Leslie July 4, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    Yum! That is a great set up. Everything looks delish. I’d love fresh corn right about now.

    • Reply Sarah July 5, 2016 at 9:53 am

      Thanks Leslie! Mmmm it’s hard to beat fresh corn on the cob isn’t it?

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