The Fourth of July is fast approaching and you might be planning to host or attend a holiday party to celebrate the United States declaring independence from Great Britain in 1776.

Patriotic decorations and fireworks honor this commemorative holiday and of course, the special celebration sets the stage for hamburgers, hot dogs, kabobs, potato salad, ice cream, popsicles and watermelon (to name a few).

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