Jul 4, 2010

Independence Day

I celebrated Independence Day by making my fall-of-the-bone  baby back ribs.  There’s enough for leftovers tomorrow!  I also made potato salad, cole slaw, fresh corn, homemade bread,  and we had fudge bars for dessert.  I found some by “Skinny Cow” and they were low fat and really good. The meaning of the day was not lost, though.  I remembered today, as I do every day, how lucky we are to live in this country and we should never take our freedoms for granted. I am grateful for many things, every day.

2 Comments on "Independence Day"

  1. Rhonda

    Seeing your ribs there makes me want to breakout your cookbook and start making your recipes. Holidays are not to far away and I want something different. I bet your potato salad and cole slaw is to die for. I love them both, but didnt have either one on the 4th:( It’s all good. I’ll make my own:)
    Ribs do look good. I had ribs leftover, because I had to work. Tried to get off early, but they needed the coverage. I got off early enough to see fireworks:)

    Jenny, did you happen to do fireworks or atleast see them? I dont really care to fire them off but I love to sit back and enjoy them light up the sky at night. So pretty…

    Take care,
    Rhonda

  2. Tara

    Hi Jenny
    Sounds like you had one heck of an Independence day. (and the ribs look awesome).

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