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Explosive Flavor! 4th of July Hawaiian Plate Lunch

By averagebetty |

Every 4th of July we celebrate our American Independence with parades, barbecues and plenty of fireworks. And while it’s important to show our American pride, have fun and eat well, it’s also very important to be safe.

When you put safety first, everyone has a better time because no one gets hurt. And sometimes, safety is just be a matter of not doing anything stupid.

In this video, I share 10 tips for how to be safe this 4th of July AND show your Aloha Spirit with a Hawaiian Plate Lunch. After all, America is beautiful and Hawaii is our supermodel.

Watch the Pyrotechnic Plate Lunch Video video and tell me, how are YOU celebrating this Fourth of July?

Hawaiian Plate Lunch for 4th of July via

Get the Teriyaki Sauce Recipe, Macaroni Salad Recipe and learn how to assemble the whole Hawaiian Plate Lunch.

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Sara O'Donnell is the creator/producer of Average Betty, a satire driven, food video entertainment series that recognizes average people do amazing things everyday. Sara lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Lee. She's occasionally serious and always hungry. Read bio and latest posts → Read averagebetty's latest posts →

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