Memorial Day weekend recipes

Memorial Day is a US federal holiday to commemorate those who died while serving in the military. When it falls on a Monday, as it does some years, observances take place the preceding weekend and over the entire three-day weekend.. It coincides with other holidays such as Loyalty Day, Law Day (US), Buddha’s Birthday, National Vietnam War Veterans Day, and VE Day.

It was formerly known as Decoration Day, a name derived from the original 1865 meaning of decorating soldiers’ graves with flowers…

Memorial Day is a time when people invite friends and family over for a BBQ to celebrate those who have fallen in battle. They BBQ because it is easy, tasty, and makes the day more enjoyable. Memorial Day has always been widely celebrated with barbecues since its beginning due to its convenience yet holds a special meaning to Americans who lost loved ones in war.

Memorial day is the perfect time for an American tradition: Barbecue! Whether at home or in the park, people BBQ to celebrate those who fell in battle. It’s not limited to just burgers and hot dogs though. During this holiday it is also recognized as the official start of summer so many will be cooking out with steak or seafood!

It does not matter what you are eating, whether it be a burger or lobster

Memorial day is the perfect time for an American tradition: Barbecue! Whether at home or in the park, people BBQ to celebrate those who fell in battle. It’s not limited to just burgers and hot dogs though. During this holiday it is also recognized as the official start of summer so many will be cooking out with steak or seafood!

Memorial Day weekend recipes: 5 grilled food ideas

hamburgers

Hamburgers are best when on fire or no flame grill put the patties down on the bottom grate close

hot dogs

Grilling hot dogs is a very quick way to make a meal delicious the trick is making sure you have all your toppings ready before even thinking about touching the grill and BBQ lighter

ribs

Ribs are best cooked in foil with some garlic and salt. let stand for 5 min then unwrap while still hot.

chicken breasts

Chicken breast can be best cooked in foil with lemon, pepper, salt, and thyme leaves wrapped up in tin foil seer over the fire. keep covered for 20 min wrapped then unwrapped cover again for ten more min or until done. let stand 5 minutes

Corn on the cob

Cook corn on the cob in barbecue sauce, foil, butter or shuck it cooking with charcoal. when done let stand for 5 min. beware of not eating too much corn at one time because of high sugar content.

More Tips For A Save Memorial Day BBQ

I hope this 5 ideas on what to grill on Memorial Day without spending hours on the grill and not spending time with your family and friends will help you.

Try to use your grill in a safe way and be careful with using an open flame.

Larry