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July swings open with the celebration of the Fourth of July. It's a wonderful weekend to honor our country with fireworks, parades and cookouts. The bubbly beat of summertime is with us. Our garden is coming into its own with all the seasonal fruits and vegetables we planted and faithfully tended.  Fruits of the summer: strawberries, raspberries, peaches and plums. Our Vegetables of the month - tomatoes and zucchini, are virtually impossible to separate, so we serve and preserve them in endless fashion.

Vegetables of the month: Tomatoes & Zucchini
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5 easy tips for throwing the ultimate summer party5 easy tips for throwing the ultimate summer party



How you can bring together right food, drinks and friends for an amazing summer party

(BPT) - There's nothing quite like a summer party where beautiful weather, great food and good friends come together to create memories that last. If you're looking forward to throwing a summer party but you're not sure how to get started, the following tips will have you outside enjoying a warm breeze with your friends in no time.

* Formulate the guest list. What's a party without guests, right? Start by determining how many people you can comfortably host and create your guest list with this realistic number in mind. Friends, family and co-workers can all attend, but make sure to invite people you know will be respectful of your home and your neighborhood as their actions reflect on you. You might consider adding your neighbors as well as they may feel slighted if they aren't invited to the big party taking place next door.
 
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Classic Supper for 4:  Mushroom Nut Pate, Easy Scampi, Broiled Tomatoes, Creamy Vinaigrette w/Salad greens & Chocolate fondue
Family Dinner for 4 - 6: Stuffed Mushrooms,  Barbecued Pork Chops, Brunede Kartofler(Sugar Browned Potatoes), Raw Applesauce & Cherry Ice Cream
Lamb & Vegetable Kabobs Meal: Lamb and Vegetable Kabobs, Artichoke Salad, & Almond Rice
Spaghetti Squash Meal: Spaghetti Squash with Meat Sauce, Cauliflower Salad, Cheese-Herb Loaf


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Crock Pot Manhattan Style Clam Chowder
Hamburger Soup
Lazy Day Stew
Lentil Soup
My Specialty Homemade Soup
Potato Soup
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* Portions of July text by a Cooking by the Calendar A family weekly cookbook edited by Marilyn Hansen 


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