Best Foods For Labor Day
With the unofficial end of summer approaching more quickly than we’d like, we’re bringing out a list of foods that we think will bring a touch of Pawleys Island fine dining to your end-of-summer party or barbeque. Whether you’re planning a picnic at the beach, traveling to a friend’s house or relaxing at home with the family, these Labor Day food options will work for any occasion.
From the grill to fruit-inspired desserts, our Myrtle Beach Labor Day menu has it all. Of course, if you’re hitting the beach or Murrells Inlet for the weekend, be sure to pack the essential ingredients for our favorite summer cocktails.
Labor Day Menu Ideas
If you’re planning a menu full of fresh meats off the grill, be sure to include a cold side dish, like this 7-layer pasta salad. With layers of creamy avocado, cheddar cheese, crunchy broccoli, crisp romaine, and a healthy heaping of diced ham, your guests can enjoy a light and tasty side. Make this dish ahead of time and store in the fridge so it will be crisp when it’s time to eat.
Who doesn’t love a tasty chicken wing recipe? This simple-to-make Dijon chicken wing can be cooked on the grill or in the oven. With a simple 4-ingredient glaze – dijon mustard, honey, mustard powder and garlic – you’ll enjoy fine dining without the hassle.
Everyone has their own secret potato salad recipe, but with straight-forward ingredients that bound with flavor, we think this recipe will soon become your favorite. There’s minimal fuss to this recipe, but the flavors fuse for a great Labor Day cookout salad.
Spicy lemon shrimp skewers are an easy-to-prepare main dish item that compares to a Pawleys Island fine dining entrée. The skewers can be enjoyed fresh off the grill or packed away for a Labor Day get together. Sprinkle with lemon salt after cooking and enjoy!
Want to mimic your favorite smokehouse style burger in your backyard this Labor Day? Try this Triple B Burger recipe with thick-sliced bacon and savory bourbon sauce. You’ll become everyone’s favorite chef with a burger recipe that’s simple and flavorful.
Add a fresh seafood flavor to your Labor Day cookout menu with our five favorite fish to grill. Elevate your barbecue with this lobster roll with butter recipe. With simple preparation and an abundance of flavor, your guests will dive into unordinary cookout menu option.
Don’t forget to add summer’s best vegetable sand fruits to the party. This simple nectarine-tomato salad combines two unexpected flavors for a light and sweet combination. The olive oil and balsamic dressing, combined with the toasted pine nuts and shaved cheese, add the finishing touches.
Hit up your local farmers market for some fresh peaches and try your hand at this fresh peach cake recipe. With hints of cinnamon and sugar throughout, this sweet summer dessert will be the best way to top off a Labor Day meal.
Labor Day weekend in Myrtle Beach will be here before you know it. Plan out your menu ahead of time so you can choose easy-to-make dishes that will be a hit with everyone. Of course, if you’re not up to manning the grill, we’ll save a seat for you on the Chive Blossom courtyard for some great Pawleys Island outdoor dining.