The best foods to serve over the 4th of July weekend

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  • On Good Things Utah this morning – The 4th of July has become a widely loved holiday among Americans. And I mean, what’s not to love? Family, friends, barbecues, beer – the list goes on and on. Some of these Independence Day food traditions seem so quintessentially American, but surprisingly, not all of them actually are. We have the most common 4th of July food traditions and how they started.
  • Plus, what do you love best? Corn on the cob or potato salad? The BBQ Bracket is the only way to find out which dish is the king of the grill! Tune in and play along with us.
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  • And finally, what is the best time of day to eat dessert? For some people it might be better to eat dessert before dinner. You might be surprised by what this dietician is recommending. We hope you join us for these Hot Topics and much more this morning on Good Things Utah.

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