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Gridiron Grub: Fiesta Peppers

Regardless of what football team you root for, you are sure to be a fan of this amazing recipe. Easy and fun to make, these are a true treat for the mouth and will have all your football buddies saying, “please pass the peppers!”

09/28/2012

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Gridiron Grub: Dip Into the Taste of Buffalo

If you’re looking for a surefire crowd pleaser, All-American Buffalo Chicken Dip is the way to go. Every time this makes a cameo appearance during the season, it’s always the first to get scarfed up by fans. And that includes chicks who are watching their figure.

09/21/2012

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Gridiron Grub: A Perfect Combination of Marinara, Meatballs and Football

Sliders are one of the best tailgating options out there. However, with the popularity of generic cheeseburgers, tailgating taste buds can get bored. Add some Italian flair to the mix with a hearty mini-meatball sub. This will bring heartwarming flavors to the party without all of the spaghetti.

09/19/2012

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Gridiron Grub: Southwestern Guacamole

One of the best snacks to munch on during a football game is guacamole. A sweet-and-spicy take on this typical avocado delight is guaranteed to please a rowdy crowd.

09/14/2012

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Gridiron Grub: Football Fiesta in a Cup

Nothing says football tailgating like chips and dip. Try this clean, personalized recipe for a slightly different twist on typical salsa.

09/12/2012

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Gridiron Grub: Gobble Down These Turkey Burgers

Whether you are hosting a football party at home or preparing food for a pre-game tailgate, grilled burgers are always a sure favorite. Try these healthy-option ground turkey burgers; they’re quick and simple to make and can easily be prepared at home and then packed into a cooler.

09/11/2012

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Die Hard Fans Tailgating The NFL Playoffs

The NFL Playoffs have concluded and the Big Game players have been selected. Check out how the nation tailgated leading up to the biggest professional stage in sports….

01/27/2012

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Big Game Party Recipe: New England Chowder With Old Bay Croutons

By Christine Hinrichs After months of TV watching, countless cheers and upsets, and numerous football parties, the Super Bowl is finally here. And with the Patriots and the Giants meeting for their second Super Bowl […]

01/27/2012

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The Super Bowl of Feasts

By Christian S. Kohl The Super Bowl represents the lone day of the year where the best tailgate possible may well take place from the comforts of your own home as opposed to right outside […]

01/27/2012

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Big Game Party Recipe: New York Pretzel Bites With Spicy Cheese Sauce

By Christine Hinrichs After months of TV watching, countless cheers and upsets, and numerous football parties, the Super Bowl is finally here. And with the Patriots and the Giants meeting for their second Super Bowl […]

01/27/2012

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End of Game Celebrations

By: Christian S. Kohl We’ve all been there. You set aside an entire, glorious weekend day. Arrive at the stadium hours before game time and enjoy a spectacular tailgate as the sun reaches its highest […]

01/13/2012

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Everyday Life Is A Party, Too

By Christian S. Kohl Fans come from far and wide to gather and tailgate for some of life’s most exciting events. What better way to savor the anticipation of a highly awaited game other than […]

01/09/2012

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Wild Card Weekend’s Hottest Cheerleaders

From Tebow to Manning, the gridiron was where the action was…or was it? Wild Card Weekend not only provided great matchups, but these hot cheerleaders too…

01/09/2012

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Tailgating For The Whole Family

Tailgating is a time-honored tradition, handed down through the generations of fans who enjoy flame-kissed meat, coolers of beer, and outdoor parties just as much as they love rooting on their beloved teams. I mean […]

01/06/2012

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Essential Playoff Tailgating Tips

Your team made the playoffs. Congratulations. You scored tickets to the game? Well that deserves a celebration. As winter sets in, the NFL cookout staple of tailgating becomes as much about surviving as it does […]

01/06/2012

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Extending The Tailgate: Keeping Camaraderie Alive

By: Harrison Goo A few days ago, I wrote an article about the concept of “extending the tailgate.” If you didn’t see it yet, you can read it here. And while the feedback I received […]

01/03/2012

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Larry The Cable Guy’s Tailgate Tip #5

When you think tailgating, you think fried, sauced and meaty heaven, but there’s another important part of tailgating that you can’t forget – team spirit. I’m not talking pom-poms and high-kicks; you must have team […]

01/03/2012

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Larry The Cable Guy’s Tailgate Tip #6

Larry the Cable Guy here. As many of you know, I have quite the fashion sense. My idea of formal attire is a tuxedo t-shirt, and “dry clean only” is when I hang my clothes […]

01/03/2012

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Tailgate Recipe: Purple Pride Pizza

By: Christine Hinrichs It never hurts to serve a dish that represents your beloved team. To show your football pride, I suggest serving a homemade pizza complete with team-appropriate toppings. You can buy pre-made pizza […]

01/03/2012

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Tailgate Recipe: Black Bean Corn Flautas with Cilantro Lime Dip

By: Christine Hinrichs Try out this recipe for one of my favorite game-day appetizers: a zesty, filling dish that will keep the crowd happy. Black Bean Corn Flautas with Cilantro Lime Dip – makes about […]

01/03/2012

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Extending The Tailgate: There’s Always Next Year

If you’re like me, a fan of a middling team, with a middling coach, and some unsubstantiated but not totally unbelievable point shaving allegations, then your college football season is over. You’ve suffered through countless […]

12/19/2011

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Tailgate Recipe: Beer Cheese Dip

Love beer? Adore cheese? Then this flavorful dip is for you. We’ve got one of the most delicious pre-game eats to supplement (and make) your tailgate perfect. Beer Cheese Dip: Makes about 2 cups of […]

12/19/2011

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Larry The Cable Guy’s Tailgate Tip #4

Hey, Larry the Cable Guy here. This go around, I want to talk to you about another important factor in your tailgate: team colors. When it comes to those two or three colors that represent […]

12/19/2011

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Larry The Cable Guy’s Tailgating Tip #3

Larry the Cable Guy here. It’s always important to stay protected on game days, whether you’re on the field with the pigskin, or in the lot roasting that oinker to perfection, and I don’t just […]

12/08/2011

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Tailgate Turf Wars: Pros & Cons Of Location

For the modern football fanatic, there’s only one great turf debate left to take place. But forget about the grass (or lack thereof) on the field, because we’re not just talking football; on the contrary, […]

12/08/2011

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