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Enjoy a backyard Cookout with these fab recipes from Weekend Bites
Now, I’ve always called a backyard get together that includes the grill a Barbecue. Talking with a friend here, I learned that around Indiana, and I’m guessing other states as well, they’re usually called a CookOut. Barbecue is reserved for a cookout where actual barbecue is served. It makes sense you know. I’ll still probably invite people over for a BBQ, and serve up hot dogs and burgers, and hopefully no one will realize that there isn’t any actual BBQ. 
Looking through your recipes last week I realized just how excited I am to host some cookout’s this summer. The kids are officially out of school, today being there first full day home. It’s been pretty decent, but it was also Mark’s day off. So we’ll see how tomorrow goes, but we’re ready to invite friends over and enjoy some classic backyard foods. If you want to go with a traditional Barbecue, you can try this delicious looking BBQ Rub from the Country Chic Cottage. For those more inclined to burgers and dogs, this Smokehouse BBQ Burger from Delightful E Made looks fabulous, and stuffed with goodness!
You can’t forget the sides and desserts! Any good cookout will have homemade Coleslaw, and Little House Living shared an easy recipe for it. The Coconut Creme Ice Pops from Simply Stacie will wrap up dessert and a hot summer day perfectly.
 
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