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10 Classic Sides to Serve With Barbecue This Summer

Coleslaw: This crunchy, creamy salad made from shredded cabbage and carrots in a tangy mayonnaise or vinegar-based dressing is a refreshing counterpoint to rich, smoky meats.

Cornbread: Sweet or savory, this buttery bread is a comforting addition to any barbecue plate. It’s perfect for mopping up sauces and balancing spicy flavors.

Baked Beans: Slow-cooked and simmered in a sauce that’s sweet, tangy, and a bit smoky, baked beans are a hearty and satisfying side that complements grilled meats beautifully.

Potato Salad: Whether you prefer it with a creamy mayonnaise base or a light vinaigrette, potato salad is a staple side dish that offers a cooling, creamy contrast to barbecue.

Grilled Corn on the Cob: Charred on the grill and slathered in butter, grilled corn is a sweet and smoky treat that screams summer.

Macaroni and Cheese: Creamy, cheesy, and comforting, macaroni and cheese is a crowd-pleaser that pairs well with barbecue’s bold flavors.

Watermelon Salad: Fresh watermelon tossed with mint, feta cheese, and a light vinaigrette makes for a refreshing and slightly sweet side dish that’s perfect for hot days.

Collard Greens: Slow-cooked with bits of bacon or ham, vinegar, and spices, collard greens offer a savory and slightly bitter contrast to the sweetness of barbecue sauces.

Pasta Salad: With endless variations, a cold pasta salad loaded with vegetables, cheese, and a tangy dressing can be customized to complement your barbecue menu.

Cucumber Tomato Salad: This light and refreshing salad, dressed simply with vinegar, oil, salt, and pepper, offers a crisp and cooling side that’s especially welcome on hot summer days.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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