Hamburgers, hot dogs and corn on the cob are the go to grilling foods for any July 4th cookout. Today we're going to showcase some uncommon but delicious twists on these American staples, from various regions of the U.S. Whichever one you choose to cook for your holiday barbecue will sure to be a hit.
Alabama White Grilled Chicken
This recipe featured by Buns In My Oven was a hit with our family. Delicious, juicy chicken with tangy sauce. You can't miss with this easy to prepare recipe. Dinner was ready in about 30 minutes and gone in no time!
Juicy Lucy Burger
A Minnesota favorite, the Juicy Lucy burger is a yummy, cheesy, melty concoction of ooey gooey goodness. This recipe featured by Pinch of Yum is one of our favorites since it comes from a native Minnesotan so you know it's authentic Juicy Lucy goodness. You really can't go wrong with this one.
Not gonna lie, this hamburger recipe is the KING in our family. My family requests this one again and again and it never gets old. Does it originate from Colorado or the peaks of the Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky? We may never know for sure but either way this is one GOOD burger. This recipe was featured in Bon Appetit. Enjoy!
Chicago Hot Dog
We like to grill our Chicago dogs because everything's better when it's grilled. For some of our picky kid eaters, we remove the peppers or the onion but the adults love these jam-packed, delish hot dogs. This article showcases all the ingredients of the classic Chicago dog, as featured in Bon Appetit. Build them the way you like them. There's no wrong way.