How was your Independence Day celebration? We spent the 4th of July with our family and some great tasting Tony Roma Ribs! Sometimes I think it is crazy how much my girls love their ribs. And the Baby Back Ribs we picked up at Walmart made cooking for our family and friends easy. Just throw them on the grill to heat and then serve.
Tony Roma Ribs
As Colby manned the grill to cook the ribs, the girls and I set out the fun party supplies in our #Riberty 4th of July Party Box from Tony Romas Ribs. We were able to create the perfect patriotic tablescape using the supplies they sent. Not to mention, the ever important hand wipes. I love that they are thoughtful enough to include these. After all, eating ribs can be messy business. But they sure are tasty.
Fortunately, cooking each rack of ribs took less than 10 minutes and there were plenty to go around. Of course, there were none left as we finished eating to head to the lake to watch fireworks. We were able to watch the firework show with full bellies and (just a few) barbecue stained fingers. All in good fashion of course. After all, it was the 4th of July in Texas… and BBQ is a staple here.
After the sun went down, it was time to pull out the #Riberty sparklers. 4 different colors of sparks filled our backyard as the kids watched in delight. The age-old tradition we enjoyed as children has found its way into one more successful Independence Day celebration for our family.
At the end of the day, the party was a huge success. Everyone was fed. Hearts were full. Fun was had. And most of all, we celebrated our nation with pride and dignity with a side of tasty Tony Roma Ribs.