We had a wonderful barbecue party in our garden to celebrate US July 4th. A friend brought over a perfect dessert to celebrate here in the middle of the English countryside – an English trifle with a US fruit flag. The first reference to a trifle appeared in the 16th century, way before the US Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. I fixed up the garden with a red, white and blue theme, and we also had jalapeno cornbread, burgers, and grilled chicken. Luckily the sun performed brilliantly for our party so the kids had water pistol battles and went up and down a water slide.
Phoebe @ Lou Messugo says
That looks wonderful and I bet it tasted great too. I love a good trifle!
Brooke Neal says
sounds like a fun party with tasty food!
Now that looks Delicious. #MySundayPhoto
Kim Carberry says
Yummy! That all looks so good x
what a gorgeous display of food! Hope you had fun! 🙂
looks like a wonderful celebratory feast! x
Wow that food all looks amazing, all so yummy
Thank you for linking up
Carolynne @ Mummy Endeavours says
Oh my that looks amazing! I would love to eat that now! x
Izzie Anderton says
Happy to hear that you were still celebrating 4th July over in the UK. My daughter enjoyed her first ever Independence Day over in Oregon with a party at the beach.
The trifle looks amazing btw.
Merlinda Little (@pixiedusk) says
Aww those are luscious! #MySundayPhoto
sherry from sherrys pickings says
that sounds like you all had a wonderful time. what a pretty trifle.