4th of July

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Coco Bread Is the Taste of Freedom
This tender, coconut-scented Jamaican bread brings solace and liberation even when home feels very far away.
5 Ways to Use Grilled Leftovers from Your Fourth of July Party
Let's make use of the fruit, vegetables, burgers and everything else that didn't get eaten before last night's fireworks. 
5 Food Movies and TV Shows You Should Definitely Watch This July Fourth Weekend
Vivica A. Fox, super pigs, and a very food-focused Bourdain episode, happy Independence Day indeed.
17 Red, White, and Blue Foods to Make for the Fourth of July
The Fourth of July is all about red, white, and blue—so you might as well make sure your menu is just as on-theme as your outfit. While the idea of finding a lot of red (let alone blue) recipes may sound daunting, rest assured you have plenty of options. Whole fruit rocket pops, a riff on the childhood classic, make a fun dessert with their strawberry-lime, coconut-banana, and blueberry-mint layers; ricotta and roasted tomato bruschetta with pancetta brings contrasting colors and a sweet-savory profile to the table. Read on for more of our red, white, and blue recommendations.
Outstanding Craft ‘Session’ Beers for Your July Fourth BBQ
Done properly, day drinking should be a marathon—not a sprint. But if you’re cracking a traditional craft beer this July Fourth—many of which touch 7 or 8 percent alcohol-by-volume (ABV)—you’re going to struggle to stay up for the fireworks. That’s because one pint of an 8 percent ABV beer packs more booze than a double bourbon. (If you don’t trust our math, here’s a handy drink calculator.) Session beers are the solution. Packing all the flavor of your favorite craft offerings but with as little as half the alcohol, the “sessionable” beers on this list will buoy your holiday rather than weigh it down. — Markham Heid

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How to Cook for Vegetarian Guests on the Fourth of July

Veggie burgers, juicy grilled tomatoes and more meatless ways to celebrate Independence Day.