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How To Make the Most of Your Labor Day Weekend

How To Make the Most of Your Labor Day Weekend

Summer is winding down, but grilling fun doesn’t have to stop just because the days are getting shorter. Blue Rhino, America’s number one propane tank exchange brand, has you covered as you plan your big Labor Day bash.


It All Starts with the Menu

We have hundreds of recipes to help you plan your meals, with options for meat lovers, vegetarians, even grilled desserts. Try our grilled Zucchini Sticks for a light, refreshing side dish. Or grill up some of Charlie’s St. Louis Ribs. This mouth-watering entrée is packed with a little sweet and a little heat. Grilled Peaches with Cinnamon Sauce are easy to make and they’re sure to be a crowd pleaser.


Get to Know Your Grill

If you haven’t had a chance to break out your grill much this summer, hosting a Labor Day party may be a daunting task. Luckily, we have informational videos posted with tips and tricks to help turn you into a grill master! New to the grilling game? We have answers to some of the most frequently-asked questions here, including how to deal with flare-ups and how you can tell if your food is cooked properly.


Fuel the Feast

As you prepare for your party, don’t forget the most important item – an extra propane tank! You can’t get any grilling done if you run out. You can get a fresh one at a Blue Rhino Tank retailer near you. Or save time by eliminating the trip to the store; use Blue Rhino’s new Home Delivery program instead, which is available in select markets.


Sit Back and Enjoy

After all your hard work this year, today is for you to relax. Even though Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer, you don’t have to let that summer feeling end. You should enjoy your end-of-summer bash as much as your guests. It’s your party too! Take time to sit back and relax before the hustle and bustle of the new season kicks in. Before you know it, you’ll be breaking out the propane tanks for your fire pit or outdoor heater, so soak up the sun while you can. And hey, why not give grilling a try in the Fall and Winter, too! You can find tips for grilling in the colder months here.

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