You’ve done it all this summer. You’ve thrown the ultimate birthday bash, barbecues, pool parties, and more. Now, it’s time to to have the end-of-summer shin-dig. Yes, we are talking about Labor Day.
At this point, I’m sure you’ve become expert on the ins and outs of throwing a get-together for your friends. You need the guest list, location, fun decorations, and reassurance that the weather is going to be in your favor. Who knows what Fall weather will bring!
Once that’s all squared away, it comes down to the most important part: the menu. The Rodeo Wagon is here to help! We’ve put together a delicious menu options for all your guests to enjoy. Goodbye Summer, Hello Yummy!
Appetizer: Loaded Quiche Cups
Baked deep dish pie crust, stuffed with a variety of healthy veggies, bacon, and melted premium cheeses. You can easily make this a vegetarian option by leaving out the meat and adding mushrooms instead.
Offering a salad bar is always a huge hit. Arrange the ingredients where it’s easy for guests to pile on toppings, just the way they like it, without holding up the line. Place dressings and seasonings at the end.
Entree: Award Winning Sausage Pops
Cajun sausage pops, featuring a plum-orange-ginger sauce. This took 1st place award for Best Southwestern Food by Taste of Madison, 2018. Check out the rest of our awards here. Simply place a giant grilled sausage link on a stick, and drizzle it with your choice of special sauce. It’s easy to serve, and even easier to eat.
What’s more American than a cheeseburger? It’s time to take your basic burger to the next level. Add some nacho cheese, bacon, and some picked peppers and you’ve got everyone’s favorite meal.
Drinks: Fresh Lemonade
Nothing beats homemade lemonade, especially on a warm day. Guests of all ages can enjoy this beverage. Add some fresh fruit to it like blueberries or strawberries for an extra twist. You can make a special batch of Lemonade and Fruit, with a mix of tequila in the pitcher. 21+ guests will love the taste of this simple cocktail.
Don’t forget to have fun! Cheers!