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Lager & Lime SlushPrepare these refreshing adult slushes at least six hours ahead of time. After you boil a simple syrup of lime juice, sugar, and water, add your favorite lager and pour the mixture into a loaf pan, and put it in the freezer. To make the drinks, put broken chunks of the mixture into a blender, and blend into a slush.
Grilled Potato SaladNot all potato salads require a creamy mayonaiise base. This version gets a depth of flavors from grilled potatoes mixed with green onions and crisp bacon. Dress it with a tasty vinaigrette of olive oil, vinegar, garlic, and spices to taste. It is a superb dish for barbecues or picnics.
Grilled Chicken With Lemon, Garlic & OreganoEnjoy the mesmerizing flavors of the Mediterranean with this grilled chicken recipe. After the chicken is seasoned and grilled, coat each piece with a zesty marinade of lemon juice, garlic, oregano, and salt and pepper to taste. Place lemon slices on the flame to get grill marks, and arrange them attractively over the grilled meat.
Strawberry GaletteGalettes are a rustic, free-form pie that is the epitome of a summer-time dessert. This version has an airy, buttery phyllo dough crust, with a layer of slivered almonds on top. The fruity filling has fresh strawberries that are thickened in their own sweet juices. It bakes in about 45 minutes and should be served warm.
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Lag B’Omar is a festive Jewish holiday which falls between Passover and Shavuot. It also commemorates the life of 2nd-century sage Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. Jewish people around the world celebrate with outdoor activities and delightful picnic meals. It is also traditional to sing and dance joyously with family and friends around a bonfire. Consider some of these yummy dishes for a Lag B’Omar picnic.