I celebrated Independence Day by making my fall-of-the-bone baby back ribs. There’s enough for leftovers tomorrow! I also made potato salad, cole slaw, fresh corn, homemade bread, and we had fudge bars for dessert. I found some by “Skinny Cow” and they were low fat and really good. The meaning of the day was not lost, though. I remembered today, as I do every day, how lucky we are to live in this country and we should never take our freedoms for granted. I am grateful for many things, every day.
Seeing your ribs there makes me want to breakout your cookbook and start making your recipes. Holidays are not to far away and I want something different. I bet your potato salad and cole slaw is to die for. I love them both, but didnt have either one on the 4th:( It’s all good. I’ll make my own:)
Ribs do look good. I had ribs leftover, because I had to work. Tried to get off early, but they needed the coverage. I got off early enough to see fireworks:)
Jenny, did you happen to do fireworks or atleast see them? I dont really care to fire them off but I love to sit back and enjoy them light up the sky at night. So pretty…
Sounds like you had one heck of an Independence day. (and the ribs look awesome).