Who are the top 3 Cleveland Browns to invite to a July 4th cookout?
With Independence Day finally here, it is time to decide which three members of the Cleveland Browns to invite over to our fictional social distancing 4th of July cookout. Who did we go with? Time to find out.
The dog days of summer have never been doggier than they are in 2020. Between social unrest and being in the middle of a four-month pandemic with no end in sight, we need a reprieve. The 4th of July could possibly supply just that, a momentary needed break to bring people together. Not too together though, we’re still going to be maintaining a minimum of six feet separation.
What are the necessary ingredients for a successful 4th of July cookout? In this writer’s opinion, the recipe is as follows: Friends, Food/Beverages, and Fun. If you have those, it would be impossible to not have a good time.
First up, let us set up the menu. We are going to have so much meat that Arby’s may have to change their slogan. There will be steaks, grilled chicken wings, brats, hamburgers, and barbecued chicken. We will have buns available, but we know everybody is watching their carbs so no judgment if they want to go carnivore with it.
We are going to do all the traditional side dishes as well: baked beans, macaroni, and potato salad, maybe even some coleslaw for you mutants that enjoy that. But we are going to do something a little different. There is going to be some American grilled street corn breaded with flaming hot Cheetos, blue corn tortilla chips, and Funyons to give it that old red white and blue flavor.
The beverage selection is simple yet amazing. They can have water, Capri Suns, or any adult beverage they choose. Now it is time to choose the guest list. First up…