Happy fourth of July week to everyone! What a great time to be with family and friends.
Our family is probably no different than the clear majority of families in our community, we cookout. What does vary is what the different folks cook.
Here are some tid bits I read about menus and such for the fourth. Also, at the end, I give you the top 10 foods consumed on the 4th of July. I did my research on this from various blogs and web sites.
Bottom line is, from the Premier Properties family to yours, please have a safe, fun and happy 4th of July!
And remember, don’t text and drive.
The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council predicts Americans will eat 150 million hot dogs each and every Independence Day.
On the first celebration of America’s birthday, John Adams and his wife, along with thousands of other Americans on the East Coast, enjoyed a meal of turtle soup. Yup, you heard it right—green turtle soup. The traditional meal also included poached salmon with egg sauce, green peas, boiled potatoes, Indian pudding, and apple pandowdy.
In the northeast, 4th of July means clambakes on the beach (or any place you can dig a hole and light a fire). Once the fire heats up the stones that line the bottom of the hole, northeasterners add clams, lobsters, baking potatoes, corn still in the husks, and onions. Everything is served with lots of melted butter, salt and pepper.
Now, what we really have been waiting for. The top ten foods consumed on the 4th of July. Don’t peak at #1 until you have read the other nine. I will say that number is my number one too!
Top 10 Foods
9. Corn on the Cob
8. Baked Beans
6. Cup Cakes
And the number one food consumed on the 4th of July is…. dadadadadadadadadada drumroll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Phil Best, Sr. CRS, GRI
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