Labor Day Backyard Grilling

Labor Day is coming fast. It's the first Monday in September and is dedicated to the Social and Economic Achievements of American Workers. 

The best way to celebrate Labor Day is to gather with your neighbors, friends, and family for some awesome backyard barbecue. It’s a tradition for our family to hold big cookouts to celebrate Labor Day. The end-of-summer barbecue is one of our favorite American pastimes. Socially-Distanced Outdoor barbecues are a great way to get together and beat the summer heat. We recommend our charcoal or wood-burning barbecue grills for grilling wonderful tasting barbecue. Try our poultry hooks for hanging chickens over your fire. Our meat hooks are a bit more efficient than using a beer can, though that method is tried and true for some. Enjoying some nice barbecued beef ribs, grilled chicken, and vegetables while sitting poolside or by a lake with a tall glass of sweet iced tea or red wine makes for a perfect ending to your summer.

by Kalanit Knackstedt

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