Festive Foods for the Fourth


IT’S THE FOURTH OF JULY,  and you want to bring something tasty to the party.

Of course, there’s the traditional crowd-pleasing dishes, like classic potato salad and a burger…
But every one has been there; everyone has done that.

Also, those go-to plates don’t match the colors of the American flag (unless your eating rare meat).

You might ask yourself: What food can I bring that is festive, interesting, but also delicious?

We’ve got you covered. Recently, our team shared their favorite recipes they they bring to the firework scene.



Start the fun with this super refreshing red, white, and blue sangria.
Got kids at the party? Not a problem. Our Marketing Coordinator, Glenda, advises swapping out the alcohol for sparkling grape juice.


We’ve never seen bruschetta like this before. The strawberry-basil-yogurt combo is one of a kind.
Compliments to Heather, our Brookfield Hair Designer.


These firework kebabs are not only adorable, but so easy and refreshing for a hot July day.
Thank Sarah, our Mequon Hair Designer, for the suggestion.

Tomato salsa

Our Brookfield Esthetician, Kasey, keeps it lean with cucumber chips and salsa recipe.



We’re pretty sure beets are the new kale. Check out this festive blueberry, beetroot, and feta salad, recommended by Megan, our Human Resources Marketing Coordinator.


Megan also recommends this red, white, and blue potato salad.



Linda, our Guest Service Coordinator, loves how easy it is to make this guilt-free frozen yogurt pie.


One of our Brookfield Hair Designers think this American flag fruit cookie dessert is a hit with both children and adults. Double win.

Have a happy Fourth of July!

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