Most Americans will be celebrating the Labor Day holiday this Monday.
It usually includes the entire weekend and everyone I know will be cooking out.
It has been a tradition for some time and almost seems mandatory!
Anyone not BBQ-ing this labor day and do you feel guilty for not?
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