10 Easy Labor Day Recipes

by in Holidays, Recipes, September 3rd, 2011

labor day recipes

Let’s face it: The last thing you should be doing this Labor Day weekend is cooking up a storm in your kitchen. You should utilize recipes that produce a lot of flavor in a small amount of time. These 10 recipes are quick and easy and include options for appetizers, sides, mains and sweet desserts.

Drink:
The Perfect Lemonade

Appetizers:
Food Network Magazine’s Pineapple Salsa
Rachael’s Macho Gazpacho

Sides:
Poppy-Seed Potato Salad
Pasta Caprese

Mains:
Grilled Turkey Sliders With Tomato Jam
Paula’s Southern Fried Chicken
Portobello Burgers

Desserts:
Paula’s Strawberry Shortcake
Red, White and Blue Fruit Cups

There may be several more weekends of beautiful weather, but we’ll take any excuse to throw a small party with friends and family.

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