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KHQ.COM - With 4th of July less than one day away, many of you will be actively finalizing your menu or deciding what appetizer you want to bring to a party to share with friends and family.

Why not pick something that not only tastes good but will also have your friends oooing and awwing over your creative ability to incorporate the holiday into your dish!

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