What is Oklahoma’s Most Popular Grilled Food on Labor Day Weekend
A question that has plagued mankind from the very beginning is, "What's the most popular grilled food during Labor Day weekend?" Well, let's get to work and find out. Since we all have our favorites there's no wrong answer. Unless of course, it's all vegetables and no meat. Then there's definitely a wrong answer. Take the quick poll below to see what the most popular grilled food in Oklahoma is for Labor Day weekend.
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It's hard to believe, but Labor Day weekend is almost here. For the fair weather griller, this will be the last big cookout of the season. For the rest of us, it's just another great weekend that we'll be grilling out, and a three-day weekend at that. Personally, I don't care what Mother Nature's up to. I'll light the grill in the rain, snow, day, night, good or bad weather. In my honest, humble, non-biased opinion any time is a good time to grill out.
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So what are you planning on grilling this Labor Day weekend? Take the poll below, you can select as many choices as you'd like. Or click "Other" and fill in what you're grilling this weekend. Whatever your plans are, whoever you're with, whatever you end up throwing on the grill, I hope you have a happy and safe Labor Day!
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The family and I will once again be heading to Pryor, OK. for Rocklahoma. It's an annual thing and we bring with us all the meats, sides, and even the grill so we don't miss out on the Labor Day cookout. We'll be doing it up at Rocklahoma and since we have family in the area we'll hit their houses too for even more grilled meats and treats. Nothing beats a three-day weekend of live music and grilling out. Now that's a holiday.
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One last thing. Remember to drink responsibly and not get behind the wheel after you've been drinking, even a little. You can't celebrate Labor Day weekend in jail for DUI or DWI; others can't celebrate if they're worried about drunk drivers. Plus, don't forget, the judge won't return until Tuesday. So keep that in mind.