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Red, White and Blue for Labor Day, Too


Labor Day. Unlike the rest of the international community, here in the United States, we celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday of September rather than May 1st. There was a strike. President Cleveland thought it was a good idea to avoid conflict. It’s complicated.

Regardless, here we are on this lovely Monday, and Americans? Chances are you’re enjoying the last bit of summer and a long weekend. Here are a few easy-to-throw-together recipes for today’s barbecue before we head back to work and school tomorrow.

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What are you doing for Labor Day?

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