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These recipes include protein-packed burgers made with lean ground beef, a lightened take on fries made with zucchini, fruit-based ice cream and more for less than 425 calories per serving. 1. SPICY BURGERS WITH TAHINI SAUCE AND HARISSA CARROT SLAW | MYFITNESSPAL’S RECIPES. Independence Day is the quintessential summertime celebration. From barbeque to potato salad, the Fourth of July party menu requires fun, creative, and delicious recipes — and that does include dessert.But instead of cakes that might slump in the heat or ice cream that melts too rapidly under the bright sun, we think 4th of July cookies are the perfect way to cap off your day!

32 Festive 4th of July Recipes to Take Your Holiday BBQ to the Next Level You can scroll through these 4th of July recipes, and pick-and-choose the. The calorie content in salmon can be well over 300 calories, or as low as well under 200 calories. You want to always buy salmon labeled wild” and not farmed.

Wild salmon has fewer calories and half the fat content of the same amount of farmed salmon, and it is better for you. Here is a compilation of the best 20 Festive 4th of July Recipes that your entire family will love and devour. If you need some fun and festive recipes for July 4th celebrations you will love this post.

I’ve gathered patriotic cakes, cookies, dessert bars, and other cute desserts that are perfect for your 4th of July. For the 4th of July last-minute dessert ideas, turn to Oreos to save the day! To make these patriotic Oreo pops, only add cream or choco dip and sprinkles for a red, white, and blue party theme.. 12. Easy Patriotic Red, White, and Blue Pasta Salad | It’s the 4th of July.

From corn on the cob to bbq chicken to peach cobbler, these healthy and delicious 4th of July recipes are sure to have you feeling proud to be an American. No matter how you celebrate the holiday—whether you throw a family reunion, backyard barbecue, or lakeside party—these easy 4th of July recipes. 105 Low-Calorie Recipes for the 4th of July Caroline Stanko Updated: Jun. 17, 2019 Skip the brats and burgers and dig into these delicious low-calorie dishes this Independence Day!1 15-ounce can cannellini beans, rinsed and drained 1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced Directions Combine 2 tablespoons of the olive oil, 1 tablespoon of the lemon juice, the smashed garlic cloves, the rosemary, 1/2 teaspoon of the salt, and 1/4 teaspoon of the black pepper in a medium bowl.

Add the shrimp; toss well. Cover and refrigerate 15 minutes. Do your patriotic duty and serve-up some of these July 4th recipes. By Michael La Corte. Try these July 4th desserts and festive drinks.

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SQUASH FRITTERS—To two cups of mashed dry winter squash add one cup of milk, two well-beaten eggs, one teaspoon of salt, a little pepper and one heaping teaspoon of baking powder.

“Rufus Estes' Good Things to Eat: The First Cookbook by an African-American Chef” by Rufus Estes
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by Rufus Estes
Dover Publications, 2012

Stuffing each serving of this mini quiche with a big helping of green vegetables will likely have you going bonkers for this recipe as well.

“Little Foodie: Recipes for Babies and Toddlers with Taste” by Michele Olivier, Sara Peternell
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by Michele Olivier, Sara Peternell
Arcas Publishing, 2014

Baked, stuffed: Select a large tomato, cut off the top, scoop out the inside, brush the outside with oil, stuff, set on a greased pan and bake fifteen to twenty minutes at 350° F. Stuffing may be whatever— tuna salad, bacon and spinach, shrimp and onions or shrimp salad.

“Cruising Chef Cookbook” by Michael Greenwald, Marcy Raphael
from Cruising Chef Cookbook
by Michael Greenwald, Marcy Raphael
Paradise Cay Publications, 2000

18­ounce package Pepperidge Farm Cornbread Dressing Mix ¼ cup butter, melted 1 pound yellow squash, sliced 1 pound zucchini, sliced 1 large onion, chopped 1 green pepper, chopped 2 ribs celery, chopped Salt and pepper to taste 18­ounce can sliced water chestnuts, drained 1 10¾ ­ounce can cream of chicken soup

“Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook” by Ken Beck, Jim Clark
from Aunt Bee’s Mayberry Cookbook
by Ken Beck, Jim Clark
Thomas Nelson, 1991

6 small (or 2 tsp) SUPPLEMENTAL SOURCES OF ENERGYto bring the daily dietary energy up to the total allowance (less than 100 kcal (150-300 kcal (350-500 kcal per Serving) per Serving) per serving) Carbonated Hot Chocolate | Cheesecake, beverages Or COCOa pie a la Or beer…

“Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set” by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
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5 egg whites, beaten 1/ 4 cup almond flour 1/ 2 teaspoon paprika 2–3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil or coconut oil In a large bowl, mix the sweet potatoes, green onions, salt and pepper, egg whites, flour and paprika.

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by Natasha Turner
Rodale Books, 2013

Put everything in a vessel, put in the spinach and 7 ounces of sugar, an ounce of cinnamon, a fourth of pepper, four ounces of jujubes [a small date-like fruit] cut along the side with the pit removed.

“Food in Early Modern Europe” by Robert W. Allen, Ken Albala
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Here are 101 incredibly fast and easy recipes for each season—404 in all.

“Mark Bittman's Kitchen Express: 404 inspired seasonal dishes you can make in 20 minutes or less” by Mark Bittman
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Simon & Schuster, 2009

For Cornbread­Sausage Stuffing, omit salt; add ½ lb cooked crumbled pork or chorizo sausage (see Sausage Stuffing below) and 1 cup chopped toasted pecans with remaining stuffing ingredients.

“Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” by Betty Crocker
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by Betty Crocker
HMH Books, 2011

1312 Veal and Ham Pie 10–12 portions 3 hours Stage Ingredient Quantity Method 1 streaky bacon, cut in Line a 25–26cm pie dish with the bacon thin rashers 350g leaving the ends overhanging the edges veal, cushion 700g of the dish.

“Practical Professional Cookery” by H. L. Cracknell, R. J. Kaufmann
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Cengage Learning, 1999

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  • In America I live in England but you say there’s loads of close snacks in America but there’s two crazy snacks in England yeah Why

  • If you think Sonic Hot Dogs are the best for fast food restaurants makes me question your evaluation of food. Sonic food and hot dogs are mediocre at best. Wienerschnitzel makes a hot dog way better than Sonic ever could.

  • Come across your channel two days ago and I absolutely love the content you do! Keep it up!!!! Ps I hate how much I get hungry watching this

  • “maybe a little bit of spice”….. That looks like the blandest and most boring dish I have ever laid eyes upon. Nothing but salt and some garnishes. I feel sad just looking at it.

  • I just started watching your channel a few days ago. I have been watching Nick for a good while and just started branching out to other people that he recommended and one was you. I have been watching a good bit of your videos and I’m a big fan already. I don’t like pickles either lol. But now you have a new subscriber �� I wish I lived near a cheesecake factory but I have never been because I live in Louisiana and the one time that I have visited California a few years ago I did not get the chance to go {frowny-face} but I enjoy your videos and they are entertaining

  • Great video as always brother. Missed the Liv cameo. �� you should get the pups a thundershirt it helps with the anxiety especially since it’s always raining �� there.

  • Dammit I made this whole thing and then the zombie corps of James Madison appeared behind me and I had to give it to him. He didn’t even share.

  • I know your in florida… but jim dandys in nutley nj…should be on your radar…if you guys ever roadtrip someday in the metropolitan area… give it a go..you wont be disappointed…wings, n ribs, chicken, anything and everything is delicious there…

  • bruh all the ppl that be posting “fuck your 4th” cuz some ppl aint actually free like come on bruh im in full support of BLM but like the 4th of july is hella fun

  • Broooo!!! That was for REAL a FEAST.. Great Video epic Foods and dman that apple Cheesecake sounds amazing ��
    Much Love from Germany stay safe ✌️

  • The first food eating channel I subscribed, after that he became FAKESTER…..now just want to visit this FAKESTER channel still not completed 500k also because of his fake attitude ��������������
    Somany other channels crossed 1million still he struck in 500k because of his fake lover boy attitude with fake smile ����

  • Made the drawn butter for our salmon. Listened to you and added Tarragon. I went out on a limb and added some Thyme and a dash of lemon. Either wayoriginal or with additions it was delicious! We used it on steak and eggs the next morning. It’s now a staple in my repertoire! Thanks soo much!!

  • Yessss!!! Thank you SO much for trying the caramel apple cheesecake! I’ve been waiting for someone to review it for months! I’m glad it was delicious!����

  • I have a question, though it’s Totally random. who started making ” Fruit Cake” 1st and was it A Traditional Christmas cake creation? How many different ways has it been made? Oh by the way, love your channel! just recently found you, but I’ve been submerged in your video’s! lol

  • It drives me insane that you don’t just take the top bun off and put the sauce on the whole burger instead of just the part where you took a bite. ��‍♂️

  • Hmmm Egg sauce seems very close to say Hollandaise which I got pretty damned good at making. THat might work on Salmon or maybe Bernaise sauce. Hmmm.

  • I’m born on the 4th of July suck it Adams ��. I love the amount of historical shade being thrown, truly American. And we ALL can use more Bill and Ted! Most excellent!

  • nathan, i don’t like that shirt. can i suggest something? what about a monthy fan mail opening video? BeatEmUps does something like this and he gets the coolest shit and i enjoy those videos

  • Hello! Congratulations, I love your work! I m writing this message because I would love if you would be interested in making a cake of Harry Potter! I would love that surprise! Love your work, keep working!

  • Back with ANOTHER video folks! I hope everyone is having a wonderful week. I’ve got something special planned for the next video. But I DO want to know, what do YOU ALL want to see next? *Comment down BELOW!* ������

  • I love your videos but your “New York can’t get it together” comment irked me. You are sitting through the same pandemic as me. Fortunately for me, I’m in New York, the only state to have it together and be kicking COVID’s butt. How is your state doing? #NewYorkTough

  • i always feel kinda weird watching these videos because a lot of people can’t even eat food but then it’s like good content or morals ya feel me

  • im wondering how your able to eat all these foods and stay thin could I maybe have some advice because I always deprive myself of all bad foods

  • Maybe Livia or Olivia its confused ��‍♀️ with the cinnabon cinnamon swirl cheesecake ✌️�� or something like that so she thought �� was the new apple �� blabla. Cheesecake lol �� maybe…….

  • So the sauce is, for all intents and purposes, a béchamel variation. You’re not making a roux, but the end result is more or less the same, yes?
    Edit: silly me, I thought I was the first to figure that out. ��

  • When she say bye see you later I become sad. I really wish these vedios should not end because they are so interesting and funny��������

  • we serve a really similar sauce with egg and parsley with cooked fish for lunch in the schools here in Sweden, its basically a bechamel sauce made with the fish stock that we add the chopped hard boiled eggs and parsley. School lunches in Sweden usually has 3 dishes that the kids can choose from, always with one vegetarian option and a salad bar with at least 6 options.

  • Watching this about six months too late��but who remembers when he dingdong‘s were wrapped in aluminum foil? I guess you got to be an old broad like me(49)to remember that! Love you

  • im bettin cheese cloth would make a fine sub for tha skeeter net, though i kno ya already spent tha dough on those other bags, and i dont think cheesecloth comes in bag form, so u’d prolly end up havin ta use kitchen twine and make you a lil sack of ur own…yeah. that is more work isn’t it…but anyway, just in case, in tha future er wateverand ur right, they prolly only bagged it up for ease of removal and possibly so it didnt flake out while in the pan whilst it jostled around as it simmeredkinda like a net ’round a pot roast i suppose

  • As someone who grew up with a more expansive vocabulary than his peers, I came to find an abundance flowery verbiage to be more a hindrance to clear communication than a pleasant occurrence. It tends to frustrate others and confuse them, leading to them thinking you believe yourself superior or a “try hard”.

  • I love the bicentennial musical 1776, it shows the relationship and love between John and Abigail Adams over a long distance and how they expressed their love in their letters to each other.

  • It needs some kind of spice you say? And it’s from a certain century?…Let’s savor the flavors and aromas of the 18th century!!!


  • Say, are you related to Peter K. Rosenthal, head film critic for The Onion? I spot a family resemblance: https://youtu.be/2nkboMqYhSA?t=12

  • My guess on this Pokemon is Chansey. I cant see it very well.

    Anyway, gonna try this salmon. I’m always so intimidated by salmon. Not sure why. But I’ll try.

    And oh my! You even like 1776? Our community theatre used to do 1776 every year for the 4TH of July!! I loved it! Now we just watch it on DVD. My daughter was in the play several times.

    Awesome video, as usual!

  • How do you not get tired of binge eating so much every week. When I was dieting I’ve binged eat before and it would be months before I feel like doing it again. I have to say it’s crazy impressive, good or bad, what you’re doing.

  • Genova hasn’t been on this channel for 3 years and people still talk about him ��the only food channel with so much drama and he doesn’t cause any drama �� poor nate

  • @ 1:36: “So for OUR intents and purposes…” You mean “…for ALL intents and purposes…” But thank Cronus you didn’t say, “For all intensive purposes.”

  • So I currently live in Quincy, MA, a southern suburb of Boston, which is in the general area where John Adams, Abigail Adams, John Quincy Adams, John Hancock, and some of the rest of the “Boston Crowd” (my term) of patriots came from. The Unitarian church in downtown is where John, Abigail, and John Quincy are interred in a family crypt [and I pass by it almost every day and even when I move to a new house (soon I hope) it’s down the block from my main work location].

  • The sauce is so interesting to me because some extended, elders in the family make their gravy with chopped boiled eggs in it. The first time I had this I was a bit apprehensive-now I love it’ adds a great richness to a sauce. I also wondered where it came from. I “assumed” it was a way for people low on protein options -many years later or in depression era used it as creative & a protein filler…now, maybe it was a passed down recipe?

  • Just discovered this channel.
    So disappointed that I have never seen these videos before but…oh well, I am here now�� love the videos

  • Looks quite yummy…but did you not chop the eggs fine for any particular reason? I wonder if that would have thickened the sauce a bit more. I agree on the tarragon addition, that would be lovely.

  • any Jurassic Park reference is enough to get a like, but as if you needed that in this channel:D no dinosaurs needed, you are awesome man, this has quickly become one of my favorite channels! Keep up the great work!

  • Now this is a recipe I can love. I love salmon. I will try this sauce and see how it is. I will make a point to make and eat it…especially on July 2.

  • Wow, i love this! Getting to see how early Americans celebrated July 4th. I wonder how the July 4th meal changed over time to become what it is now. I remember learning about how we celebrate Independence Day on the wrong day in a college history class but i forgot the specifics. So thanks for the lesson! Its funny that we celebrate it on the wrong day.

  • Timing yourself eat is the stupidest thing I can’t wrap my head around it, it’s the equivalent of me timing how long it takes me to have a sh*t

  • My guess is that the bag was one of the first ways that people would “sou vide” fish and other meats. If you think about it, it’s the same general concept, but of course the colonists didn’t have non permeable bags to to use for cooking. That’s pretty genius.

  • Of course that would have been Atlantic salmon, not Pacific salmon. Two totally different fish. Most salmon today is Pacific salmon. Atlantic is harder to find, particularly wild caught and not pen raised.

  • No amount of awful segueways can make us love this channel any less, I think. Charm and wit and brilliant blue eyes levels of this channel is just through the roof!

  • I definitely need to make the egg sauce, but I’ll put it over veggies since fish and I tend to hate each other and I’m not a fan of intestinal distress. LOL

  • I find it interesting that in 1776 they seceded from the commonwealth but less than a 100 years later they fought the bloodiest war in history to keep several states from seceding from the union.

  • I kinda want to see his pokemon collection in it’s entirety.
    Also this is my new favorite show. Thank you for being so awesome. Can’t wait to try some of these recipes.

  • Nate you should do international foods. Call it international Wednesday eats. Friday could be, homemade Fridays. Maybe once a month show people what programs you use or use to use, for editing to help new you tubers out. Spice things up

  • “But if I’m the one to do it, they’ll run their quill pens through it! I’m obnoxious and disliked, you know that, sir.”

    Once you listed the five my brain started the tune!

  • About the comment of reading old letters Don’t we all. I love you Max, thanks for making us feel a bit better and showing up the wonderful history of cooking!

  • My mouth was literally watering ���� I was trying to snach that food you are showing in this video I was a little bit crying coz I’m on diet to get slim in quarantine ��������

  • me: making the emoji fries
    my mom: hey, when your done, can i try the food.
    me: do you like junk food cuz i do?
    my mom: nope.
    me: that’s what i thought. go eat your gross green chips for vegans

  • Love this episode! Regarding the bag, though. FYI Wild Atlantic Salmon is an endangered species, so you probably had farm raised which is why it has pink flesh. The color is the result of the feed for all farm-raised salmon. Lake or “Landlocked” Salmon which you may be lucky enough to catch in New England, is its closest relative. It has less fat than its western cousin. It’s flesh is naturally white and flakey. Hence the need for a bag to keep it from disintegrating while its cooking.:) Probably don’t need it anymore.

  • It’s probably not the polyeurathane in the mosquito net bags that would kill you, many modern ones are impregnated with insecticide, that would probably do the job faster.

  • I think for mosquito netting I would use cheese cloth. I think I may have seen someone on tv use cheese cloth for poaching some type of fish.

  • Ha ha, an American saying bollocks. Sounds weird but good, keep at it. Also, maybe you could try making mock turtle soup? I made it once, used oxtails, was very nice.

  • My compliments! I really like your videos: this highly enjoyable combination of cooking and history:) Looking forward to watching more of them!

  • I am not a big fan of musicals, but two are definitely my favorites: “The Wizard of Oz,” which I have never thought of as a musical, but as a good story interspersed with songs, and “1776.” I had the good fortune to take a class trip to NYC to see the stage production.

  • hahaha, ur s’dang funny hon ;)re: synchronicity of salmon n butta but only one camera neway so it dont really matter-lolpatreon segue, not so subliminal but rather suggestive usage of the like button (now considered ‘classic max’ in my book, as i cant wait ta c how ur gonna slip it in-admittedly i click like and save as soon as i open anyway so…..yeah ) But i digress…eggscellent job, yet again, foodie friend…keep em comin!

  • I know it’s still relatively popular today, but, it would be very interesting to see an episode about Baozi or Asian buns.


    -Savory and/or sweet

    -Ancient recipes

    -Ancient steaming methods

    -Comparison to other stuffed bread/pasta

    -Frequency in anime

    -Cultural/geographical differences

  • To those unaware, the most excellent musical 1776 is mostly written directly from congressional correspondence, minutes of daily sessions, Adams’ letters to each other and Washingtonton’s dispatches. Disappointed that not much here on the actual recipes, gsve up after the 5th ad.

  • Another way to make banana split on a stick
    Step one: take a banana split
    Step two: put a stick in it
    Done! Banana Split On A Stick

  • Personally, I like dill with salmon but the tarragon sounds nice as well. And I LOVE 1776! I watch it every year on the 4th. “Sit down, John!”

  • Everyone is saying that bananas cant taste like/be junk food and honestly I wholeheartedly disagree. Have you all ever HAD a banana dipped in chocolate?

  • Cruncy. I realy wanna try the 4th of july crunch cereal but they don,t sell them in the Netherlands. I have to go a store in germany to get it i guess. But i am not going to do that

  • Time is short very short… Our Lord Jesus Christ is coming back really soon… Accept him, with him comes eternal life securing that is extremely important…..
    For those who want to know Jesus Christ, my precious saviour say this salvation prayer out loud ” Dear God I come to you a sinner I repent from the bottom of my heart please forgive me. Jesus, I believe that GOD raised you from death I make you Lord in my life baptize me with the fire of the Holy Spirit burn the chains that hold me captive to obeying you. I believe Jesus Christ you are the son of the living God please write my name in the book of life from today Jesus I make you LORD and saviour in my life guide and protect and teach me your word AMEN”

    That’s all next read the book of John & Hebrew u will know how precious Jesus Christ is he is amazing and waiting on you

  • Hiii Laurie you make best video with fun bakings cakes������I want a recipe from you… How to make vanilla cake base? How you make your cake base biggest fan from India and biggest fan of your cakes please accept my request and upload a video how you makes your vanilla cake base my last word to youuuuu♥️♥️♥️

  • Hi I am Samruddhi Jain from India I really love your cake and cupcakes and all you make just you do one thing you call me my number is 9420838134 or you make an cake of Indian flag like this �������� and make a YouTube video thanks for reading the message bye

  • I am only 10 and I love your videos you ar eso talented but I will never be as good as you because my cakes and buttercream are herrific I don’t live in America but still this cake is awsome

  • It’s sooooo delicious �� yum looking sooo gud thank you for Posting this video it’s really helpfull for me. Immediately I’m going to try this

  • growing up we always had a small ceramic jar full of sugar with a spoon so we could put sugar on our cereal. like plain cheerios or corn flakes or Wheaties

  • Hi. My daughter’s (Yazhini) favourite YouTube channel is the Icing Artist, and she was inspired by your video to prepare a Special India Tricolour Flag Cake for Independence Day one week earlier so the family/friends who wanted to try this for Aug 15th will have time to plan. �� Cake came out really well, and it looked and tasted great!!! Thanks to your channel for inspiring. ����

    (Narrated in Tamil language)

    ( English-Dubbed created to share with non-tamil speaking friends )

  • we did a bunch of mini fireworks one time it was so cool and I we even got to do those fireworks sticks that I got to hold and by the way I’m a kid

  • Thanks for watching! Below are links to the full recipes as well as links to jump ahead in the video:
    0:02 The World’s Best Burger

    0:56 American Flag Cheesecake Bars

    1:44 BBQ Chicken

    2:33 Best Grilled Ribs

    3:16 Patriotic Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries

    3:37 American Hero Sandwich

    4:16 Sparkling Float


    4:32 Blueberry Sorbet Cupcakes

    6:05 How to Cut a Watermelon

    6:37 Hot Chicken Deviled Eggs

    7:41 Grilled Potato Salad

    8:48 Ginger-Lime Fruit Salad

    9:38 Traditional Macaroni Pasta Salad

    10:02 Zucchini Pickles

    10:40 Banana Pudding

  • your cakes look soooooo delicious! they are sooooooooooooooo amazing!! there are no words to describe your amazing work!!!!! absolutely amazing!! please make more!! also stay safe ☺️☺️

  • Amazing Cake! I watched this about a month ago and you haven’t posted anything else �� I thought it was every Tuesday just say if your taking a break!

  • I loved it so much that I thought, can’t I just use the anywhere door and come to your place and eat the whole cake???? It looked soooo yummy

  • The Declaration of Independence originally had the word “subjects” and they had to replace it with “citizens” because they were no longer going to be serving a king.

  • Hi my name is Kara not Hayley I have been looking at you videos for months and know videos have been posted I a really upset bc I love your videos SO CAN YOU PLEASE MAKE MORE VIDEOS PLEASE PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!