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8 punches to kick off Memorial Day parties with a bang

It’s finally time to take off your hat and scarf: Monday is the unofficial start of summer. So fire up the barbecue, dig out your bathing suit and, of course, get out the punch bowl.

No matter if you’re hosting a Memorial Day party or attending one as a guest, punch is the perfect beverage. It’s not only delicious and simple to make but also serves a crowd. To help you get started, we got punch expert and advisory board member David Wondrich to give us his 5 tips for making the concoction.

And we also picked eight of our favorite punch recipes that would be a hit at any Memorial Day party. Let’s drink to the long holiday weekend!

Click ahead for simple punch recipes for Memorial Day.

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Simple Memorial Day recipe from Shanisty Ireland

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Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer across the U.S. But for those of us below the Mason Dixon Line, where kids get out of school just in time for Memorial Day weekend, it's the perfect time to unwind after a long school year and bring back our favorite summertime recipes.

If you stumbled upon this post looking for recipes and not as a #BOTENATION devotee, you've probably already read 100 blog posts about recipes for Memorial Day. This one is going to be a little different from all the others because Memorial Day weekend with the BOTE crew tends to be next level.

Some of us wake up at the crack of dawn for a 20-mile paddle on the Traveller or a 15-mile mountain bike rip, or possibly both, followed by slamming chiller lites at the sandbar while keeping a safe distance from the youths who have been partying all day. Others will spend the morning paddle board fishing, chilling on the inflatable dock all afternoon while the kids splash around, then invite over a couple of neighbors for a smaller get-together. And the remaining few will park it on the beach for a stupid number of hours and catch a few baby waves paddle surfing (because, exercise), then head to the nearest friend's house who has already cooked and stocked the cooler for a stress-free evening of mooching off everyone else's hard work.

Just kidding on the last one. Kind of.


There's no right or wrong way to do Memorial Day weekend, but no matter how you do it, you have to eat and you surely need to stay hydrated. This year, we're kicking off summer with uncomplicated foods and simple cocktails, leaving plenty of time to maximize every minute of daylight and get in all your hobbies.

Presenting our essential recipes for Memorial Day 2020, paired with their (basically) essential BOTE gear counterparts.


Refreshing Gin & Tonics

You've heard the buzz and spotted them around town last summer but never took the plunge. Guess what? This year is your year. We guarantee once you get a taste of it on a hot summer day there's no turning back. Just like the Inflatable Dock, a Gin & Tonic is the quintessential refresher you never knew you needed.

When the days are long and hot but the water isn't quite warm enough to dive in, we recommend making you and your significant other or roomie a couple of personal gin & tonics while lounging about on your inflatable dock for a few hours to properly unwind before inviting over the neighbors. Just like a traditional dock is perfectly useful but a floating inflatable dock is much cooler, traditional G&T's will always hit the spot but can be dialed up with fresh ingredients like mint, berries, and citrus.

When hunch punch and cake are on the menu, too, we like to lighten up our G&T's by replacing some of the tonic with soda water. Even if you've been making traditional G&T's for years you'll never notice the difference, trust us.


Requisite Hunch Punch

No one wants to be stuck behind the bar making cocktails for the entire party. Plus, it's more efficient to make one giant cocktail for everyone at once.

Just like a solid hunch punch recipe, a sup cooler is the most multi-purpose item in your holiday weekend toolkit. Portable and versatile, load up a KULA 2.5 as your paddle board cooler seat for a docile morning of fishing, then load it down with our KULA 2.5 Hunch Punch recipe to rage until well after the sun goes down.


Mix it up in your KULA 2.5 sup cooler, put the lid on it, and keep it chilled while you're keeping it chill. Ladles are for losers, drink it straight from the tap! P.S. Drop the vodka for a kid-friendly and booze-free alternative.


Spicy Seafood Boils

Get out of your grill 'n chill comfort zone and make something everyone can get excited about: peel and eat shrimp. Just like the 12' HD, peel and eat shrimp is the ultimate crowd pleaser.

The beauty of peel and eat shrimp is that it doesn't take much to dress 'em up. Follow a classic shrimp boil recipe or make personal shrimp boil foil packets on the grill. If shrimp aren't your thing, this boiled seafood recipe is a foolproof way to get the party started with any type of seafood from lobster to mudbugs. And the 12' HD? Simplicity is perfection here with just a leash and paddle, but dressing it up with all the fixin's, like a KULA 2.5, Tackle Rac, and Travelink™, make it even more delicious.


Catch ‘n Cook

If you're a novice cook, you're probably not going to go straight for Garlic Parmesian Baked Grouper for your Memorial Day weekend festivities. And if you're in the market for your first paddle board, you may not be eyeing our Rackham paddle board. But here's the thing, you definitely could. And maybe you should.

There are few things more rewarding than cooking up a beautiful piece of fresh-caught fish after a day of paddle board fishing on your Rackham paddle board. This fresh fish recipe can be easily adapted for any flakey, white fish, like red snapper, redfish, trout, flounder, or halibut. And if cooking your catch is your thing, don't think twice about it Rackham is the board for you.


Gimme All the Watermelon

The most approachable item on your Memorial Day spread is easily the watermelon. It's that refreshing and crowd-pleasing eye candy that gets adults and kids excited to rehydrate and cool off after hours of jumping off your inflatable dock, paddle board fishing, or generally baking in the sun.

Just like watermelon, an inflatable paddle board is the most approachable item in your Memorial Day toolkit. It's basically a giant flotation device that provides hours of entertainment for guests of all ages. Plus, it's packable and portable. Need we say more?

Slice watermelon into classic triangles with the rind intact for portable, personal snacks.

Make the Cake

Half the time we find ourselves wondering if we really need to make a cake. But this is Memorial Day weekend, guys. The kick-off to summer. You absolutely need dessert at your Memorial Day extravaganza just like you 100% need Aero Chairs.

Sure, you could opt for frozen popsicles and folding plastic chairs if you want to cut corners, but is now really the time to cut corners? The thing about cake is that you didn't know you needed it until you took that first bite and wondered why you ever doubted it. Aero Chairs are the icing on your Memorial Day cake, making it a little more leisurely and enjoyable, but not so indulgent that you have a guilty conscience the next day. To do Memorial Day right, you make the cake. You buy the far superior Aero Chairs. And you enjoy your slice of cake while sitting in your Aero Chair.

From cupcakes to cookie cake and the iconic Dairy Queen ice cream cake, make yourself a cake or pick one up at the shop around the corner. You won't regret it and your kids and neighbors will love you for it. Plus, you totally deserve it.

It goes without saying that we'll all drink gallons of water, get plenty of sleep, and wear copious amounts of sunscreen. Hell, we might even squeeze in some exercise. But when it comes to making sure grub for the holiday weekend is super tasty and totally stress-free, these are our favorite foolproof recipes to get the job done so we can get outside and have some fun.

These Memorial Day Cocktails Will Make Your Weekend

Hello, summertime. Sunblock is out, shorts are on, and nothing sounds quite as good as a nice cold cocktail. Memorial Day weekend is a great time to experiment with new recipes. Whether you’re looking for a drink that’s red, white and blue or just something that feels like pure summertime, we’ve got some seriously delicious boozy drinks that you’ll be excited to try.

Break out your bar cabinet. It’s time to get sipping.

True-blue cocktail recipe

Image: Celebrations at Home


  • 2 ounces blue curaçao
  • 1/2 ounce coconut rum
  • 3 ounces ginger ale
  • Maraschino cherry or sliced fruit star (for garnish)


  1. Combine the blue curaçao, coconut rum and ginger ale and pour it over ice.
  2. Garnish with a maraschino cherry or sliced star fruit

Raspberry-peach prosecco recipe

Image: Table for Two


  • 12 ounces frozen raspberries
  • 2 cups peach nectar, chilled
  • 1 bottle prosecco, chilled


  1. Put the frozen raspberries in a large glass pitcher or dispenser. Top them with the peach nectar and prosecco.?
  2. Fill the rest of the pitcher or dispenser with ice cubes. Stir and serve cold.

Grilled pineapple-jalapeño margarita? recipe

Image: Platings and Pairings


For the jalapeño-infused tequila

  • 4 (1-inch thick) slices grilled pineapple, chilled (instructions provided in recipe)
  • 1-1/2 ounces jalapeño-infused tequila
  • 1/2 ounce triple sec
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice (about 1 lime’s juice)
  • 2 tablespoons agave nectar (or to taste)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup water
  • Crushed ice
  • Citrus salt or kosher salt (for rimming your glass)
  • Lime wedges (for garnish)


For jalapeño-infused tequila

  1. In a clean container with a lid, put the tequila and jalapeño slices. Shake to combine, and allow the flavors to meld for 12 to 24 hours, depending on how spicy you’d like it. Once the flavor has developed to your liking, strain the jalapeños and discard them.?
  2. The tequila will keep for up to 1 year. Store it in the freezer for best results.
  1. To get your grilled pineapple, cut 4 (1-inch-thick) rings, discarding the rind and removing the core. Preheat your grill to medium-high and oil it lightly. Grill your pineapple for 4 to 5 minutes on each side until you get nice grill marks and it begins to soften slightly.? Place the grilled pieces in a bowl and allow them to cool completely in the refrigerator.?
  2. In a blender, add the jalapeño-infused tequila, triple sec, 2 slices of the grilled and chilled pineapple (and any juices that have accumulated in the bowl), lime juice, agave nectar, vanilla extract and water. Blend until smooth, then strain through a fine-mesh sieve to remove the pulp from the pineapple.?
  3. To salt the rim of a glass, run a lime slice or pineapple wedge around the lip of your glass and dip it into salt to cover.?
  4. Add crushed ice to your glass, pour in your margarita mixture, and garnish it with extra grilled pineapple and/or lime wedges.?

Boozy Arnold Palmer recipe

Image: Waiting on Martha


  • Lemonade
  • 2 ounces vodka (Citron or regular)
  • Ice tea
  • Mint, rosemary, basil or thyme (for garnish)


  1. The night before, pour the lemonade into ice cube trays and freeze.
  2. Fill each glass with lemonade ice cubes, and add the vodka, filling it up with ice tea.
  3. Stir, garnish with your herb of choice and enjoy.

Peach-basil Moscow mule recipe

Image: Whitney Bond


  • 8 ounces peach vodka
  • 24 ounces ginger beer
  • 1 large lemon (quartered)
  • 1/3 cup fresh basil


  1. Fill four glasses (preferably copper cups, but any cocktail glass will work) with ice.
  2. Add 2 ounces of vodka and 6 ounces of ginger beer to each glass.
  3. Squeeze one quarter of a lemon into each glass, then add a couple of pieces of fresh basil.
  4. Stir all the ingredients together.

Cucumber-melon sangria recipe

Image: Garnish with Lemon


  • 1 (750-milliliter) bottle dry white wine
  • 3/4 cup gin
  • 2 tablespoons superfine sugar
  • 1/2 honeydew melon, cubed
  • 1/2 seedless cucumber, sliced
  • 1/2 cup packed fresh mint leaves
  • 1 cup sparkling water or club soda


  1. In a large pitcher, combine the white wine, gin, sugar, honeydew melon, cucumber and mint leaves and still well. Refrigerate at least 3 hours (more if possible).
  2. Just before serving, pour in the sparkling water and gently stir to combine. Serve over ice.

Red, white & blue sangria recipe

Image: Recipe Girl

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Memorial Day Patriotic Sweet Treats

Since a red, white, and blue theme is a given, here’s a few favorite Memorial day desserts that fall right into that category. They’re deliciously sweet, so easy to make, and make summer berries shine bright!

  • Berry Sheet Cake: Oh yes, this softy, fluffy cake is made all in one sheet pan. But don’t forget the coconut whipped cream. It’ll make all the difference.
  • Berry Crisp: A fruit crisp always ticks the boxes for a dessert that’s sweet, and comfy cozy.
  • Mango Strawberry Popsicles: For an ultra refreshing dessert, homemade fruit popsicles never fail.
  • Raw Mixed Berry Vanilla Cheesecake: This is hands down the best vegan cheesecake with an extra fruity berry topping.

If you make any of these Memorial Day recipes, let me know how it turned out! I’d love to hear what you think in the comments below.

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