Happy 4th of July, American friends!

What food is traditional to eat on the 4th of July?

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Barbecue food like hot dogs and hamburgers etc…


Sounds nice! Hope you folks have a good time!


don’t forget the watermelon. some people put salt on it i recently learned. one of my nephews loves watermelon, he will totally sit there and eat half a watermelon.


I’m rediscovering Bob Dylan. He’s awesome.

Yeah I heard of salt and watermelon. Reckon it would kinda make it isotonic - kinda like Gatorade


We just had a barbecue cookout where I live. It was great. There was one fly in the ointment, though. This guy drove by in a pickup with a Trump flag sticking out his window, and I could see him thinking, “Look at those lazy people living it up at the tax payers’ expense.” We have a barbeque less than once a year. Everyone chips in and brings an assigned item. I brought the hamburger and hot dog buns. We had barbecue chicken, hamburgers, andn. hot dogs. Lots of fun.


Well I’m an American girl.


Nah not really. Have fun celebrating.


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Happy 4th of July!!!


Thanks, everyone. Hoping you have a great day as well.

At the Zombie House we are making a lot of food to make it special since we don’t have fireworks or sparklers.

We’re having taco salad, hot dogs, hamburgers, lazy pierogi, fruit kabobs and a cake made from a watermelon. Sidea are macaroni salad, potato salad, and baked beans. Desserts are the fruit stuff I mentioned plus we have cupcakes and cookies.

There was a gravest sale on the cupcakes and cookies. Buy two packages and get 3 free. Couldnt pass that up as we never really do dessert.


Happy independence day!! :statue_of_liberty:

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The top dog never had to be liberated - would that be the UK?

That’s highly offensive on this sacred American holiday.

When I lived in America I often was in Miami on the 4th of July. And when I lived in my auto in Miami there were always the independence day parties at the port of Miami, many people had their fireworks. Once on the 4th of July I met an old Jewish man in North Miami Beach and he told me about his experiences in the 2nd WW. Happy the 4th of July.


I meant it as a tongue in cheek compliment to the UK. I’m sorry if you found it offensive.

I understood your joke :smiley:

Happy 4th July everyone

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Let’s cut some heads :rofl: :crazy_face: