Recipe: Bryant Terry’s Gunpowder Lemonade — An Afro-Asian 4th of July

After sweet tea, a refreshing glass of lemonade is the quintessential summer thirst-quencher in the South. I have memories of gallon-sized pickle jars filled with white sugar-laced lemonade that my maternal grandmother used to make at her home in Memphis.

These days, we have a Meyer lemon tree in our backyard that produces enough fruit for us to make a gallon of lemonade every week during the hotter months, and my wife and I experiment with different combinations using fresh fruits, herbs, essential oils, tea leaves, honey, agave, and flavored simple syrups.

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Recipe: Homemade Thin-Crust Pizza — Recipes from The Kitchn

The key to a really good pizza is, of course, the crust. I make pizza at home at least once a week, so you can be sure this recipe comes to you after years of very meticulous kitchen testing!

Also, the fact that this dough comes together in just a few minutes and doesn't need time to rise means that you can have pizza for dinner any night of the week. It really is that fast and easy, which is why we believe this is the very best thin-crust pizza dough for a home cook on a weeknight.

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15 Ways to Bring Red, White, and Blue to Your July 4th Table — 4th of July

Independence Day might be one of our favorite holidays because it's the perfect excuse to have a delicious meal outside with friends and family. If you're preparing to host your loved ones for the annual BBQ this year, don't forget about the decorations. There are so many fun and easy ideas for taking your patriotic party to the next level. Here are 15 red, white, and blue ideas to inspire you.

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Fire Up the Grill for This Thai-Inspired Skirt Steak — Delicious Links

Still looking for a main dish to serve at your barbecue this weekend? Something with a little wow factor? I've got just the thing for you: grilled Thai-inspired skirt steak. Bursting with flavor from the coconut milk, lime, and fresh ginger, your guests will definitely be going back for seconds (and thirds).

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Can I Freeze Leftover Baked Potatoes? — Good Questions

Q: I have leftover baked potatoes that are very firm. Can I peel them, freeze them, then make potato soup later?

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10 Tips for Perfect Grilled Chicken — Tips from The Kitchn

Grilled chicken is a rite of passage for summer cooking; it works for both a big barbecue blowout and a simple weeknight dinner. While you can just slap some pieces onto the grill, there are a few tips to keep in mind that will yield perfectly grilled chicken every time!

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