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Fourth of July Food Quotes


“Fourth of JulyIll tell you what we don't eat on the Fourth of July. French toast, Asian food, Lasagna. Are you spotting a pattern here?”

Harry Balzer (food industry analyst)
 

 

"But what was most remarkable, Broadway being three miles long, and the booths lining each side of it, in every booth there was a roast pig, large or small, as the centre attraction. Six miles of roast pig! And that in New York City alone; and roast pig in every other city, town, hamlet, and village in the Union. What association can there be between roast pig and independence?"

Frederick Marryat, describing a Fourth of July celebration (1837)
 

 

 

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