Hopefully this Labor Day finds you relaxing comfortably at home and not stuck at work somewhere. Meredith and I will be enjoying a fine cookout with our families a little later, where we will raise a Shiner and eat some charred goodness in recognition of the collective hard work of all Americans. But especially ours. Because keeping it all together while working 40 hours a week ain't easy, people. Are you with me?
In the time-honored tradition of the holiday grill extravaganza, I've pulled a few products together to give yours that extra touch of retro class. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!
Need recipe ideas? Why not consult an expert, as in Betty Crocker. This 1967 Better Homes and Gardens Barbecue Cook Book is a helpful resource!
Set a lovely table on this awesome vintage daisy table cloth.
Speaking of daisies, this retro BBQ-themed pitcher is a perfect way to display a freshly cut bunch!
Here in Texas, grilling is serious business. Where you gonna keep your rub? In these great 1970s Tupperware containers, that's where.
And finally, what is a cookout without corn on the cob, speared on both ends and bathed in butter in its own plastic dish? Not much, I tell you.