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Move Over Meats — How About Fruits & Veggies On The Grill?

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Luke X. Martin
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KCUR 89.3
Grilling out for the Fourth of July doesn't have to be a purely carnivorous endeavor. For those who want to forgo the traditional meat patty, Judith Fertig and Karen Adler suggest veggie sliders with herbed cream cheese.

Fourth of July is an especially big day for the grill. Steaks, sausages, and burgers are de rigueur, so we're trying something a little off the beaten path this time around. Today, Karen Adler and Judith Fertig, self-proclaimed BBQ queens, offer up some unique recipes, including veggie sliders with herbed cream cheese, grilled lemon whiskey sours and more!

Judith Fertig and Karen Adler will share recipes from their cookbook 'Red, White, and 'Que: Farm-Fresh Food for the American Grill' at Webster House at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 13. Go to WebsterHouseKC.com for more information.

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