Gather your\u00a0friends and family and celebrate America's Independence Day. Whether your plans involve a leisurely weekend in the backyard or you need to quench your thirst during an outdoor adventure,\u00a0we've got suggestions for food and drink\u00a0to make the best of this July 4th.\r\n\r\nFrom wallet-friendly wines to all-American bottles of bubbles, a ros\u00e9 slushy (a\u2009k\u2009a "fros\u00e9") recipe and cocktails that come in a can, grilling techniques and a one-pot clambake feast, these recommendations are enough to keep everyone\u00a0happy. Check below for the tips and tricks to get your holiday right\u2014or even to just get you through the rest of summer.\r\n\r\n\r\nBargain Summer Wines\r\nJust because you\u2019re entertaining for a crowd doesn\u2019t mean you can\u2019t find great wine at a good price point. Here\u2019s a selection of white wines and ros\u00e9s under $15, plus a red you can chill. These will keep everyone happy.\r\n\r\n\r\nDrinks for Your Holiday Activities\r\nPlanning on camping, cycling, boating, fishing, or any other outdoorsy activity over the holiday weekend? We\u2019ve got recommendations for the right drink during or after your adventure\u2014disc golf included.\r\n\r\n\r\nYes Way Fros\u00e9\r\nLemonade ice cubes plus ros\u00e9? After a quick spin in the blender, you\u2019ll have a beautifully light and refreshing wine slushie to help beat the holiday heat. Get the recipe for the San Jos\u00e9 Fros\u00e9 cocktail.\r\n\r\n\r\nCan-do Spirits\r\nCanned wine is all the rage (we should know, we tried 11 for you earlier this year), but why should wine and beer get to have all the fun? Cocktails in a can are now on shelves, including canned Greyhounds, gin and tonics with a grapefruit/cucumber twist, and rye whiskey concoctions. We\u2019ve rounded up these and others, to find the best canned cocktails that are perfect for summer.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n\r\nAmerica Sparkles: Domestic Bubbly\r\nSparkling is of the most underrated food-friendly wine out there (you haven\u2019t lived until you\u2019ve paired sparkling ros\u00e9 with hot dogs) and perfect for the 4th of July. Here\u2019s a list of ten bottles from Sonoma, Napa, Oregon\u00a0and Washington state. The best part? They are all under $30.\r\n\r\n\r\nSweet Summer Corn \r\nHungry yet? While classic corn on the cob always works in a pinch, here\u2019s a recipe for a simple, elegant way to serve corn with a miso twist. It\u2019s from the Napa Valley restaurant Two Birds/One Stone, one of America\u2019s 100 Best Wine Restaurants of 2017\r\n\r\n\r\nFire Up The Grill\r\nHere are two recipes featuring chimichurri, the quintessential Argentinean herb sauce. For the carnivores, we have a grilled skirt steak that pairs perfectly with a bottle of Petit Verdot.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nFor those who don\u2019t eat meat, or are just looking for something different, try this delicious spicy chimichurri eggplant recipe instead.\r\n\r\n\r\nClambake at Home\r\nYou don\u2019t have to go to the beach for a clambake. Find out how to do everything in one large pot right on your stovetop. This comprehensive tide-to-table dinner also comes with recipes for cocktail hour and an easy-to-make salad with a unique Old Bay-infused dressing. We didn\u2019t forget dessert, either: strawberry-blueberry shortcake awaits. Find out how to prepare your clambake and what to pour in your glass.