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Here’s What You Should Be Eating for the Fourth of July


Here’s what you need to make your Fourth of July a true celebration of America, bacon, and… literally who cares what else? Get cookin’.
 

Bacon Flag Centerpiece

Nothing screams family gathering like outdoor games and appetizers. It keeps the guests out of the kitchen and asking about when dinner is going to be ready. (It also fills them up, which means you cook less.) But what truly sets apart an “appetizer” from an “omg, that tasted like life itself” is in the attention to detail. And, of course, the bacon. This Fourth of July, don’t just throw some chips and dip in a bowl. Go above and beyond for America.

 

Twisted Tater Bacon Dogs

It’s hard to have a Fourth of July without bacon. But no worries; we’ve got you and your bacon lifestyle covered. Presenting the newest cornerstone of all things America.

 

Caramelized Bacon-Wrapped Sesame Asparagus

Despite your best efforts, there will undoubtedly be a guest who is obsessed with eating healthy. That’s fine. Bacon isn’t unhealthy. But you, as a host, cannot in good faith present this individual with some baconless, disgusting vegan “food.” You can have the best of both worlds with this delicious recipe.

 

Cheesy Bacon Meatball Bombs

Customizability is key. This is a holiday celebrating the birth of a free nation, after all. With this recipe, you can combine bacon with the versatility of a meatball. One minute, it serves as an appetizer and can be dipped in a variety of sauces. The next, it can be used to line the inside of a sandwich. Give your guests the choices they deserve. Then help them choose bacon.

 

Mashed Potato Bacon Bombs

Mashed potatoes are a practically universal side dish, especially for a big, festive gathering. But they can often go unjustly unnoticed due to their (at times) boring appearance. This holiday, do your part for the mashed potato franchise and introduce it to the real MVP: bacon.

 

Bacon Weave Quesadilla

Raise your hand if you don’t like quesadillas.

Wow, no hands. So, instead, why not grasp a bacon-weaved version of this delicious cheesy powerhouse? What a great holiday.

 

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