Given the constant struggle of of Good vs Evil you may find yourself being pulled down the path of tailgate darkness- but don’t give in, there is hope… Follow the list below very carefully, that is If you don’t want to find yourself in tailgate hell. Continue Reading »
LSU tops 12 tailgating spots in college football
It's not just a game in college football, it's a daylong party. And out-partying the Southeastern Conference, with its passionate fans and mild weather for most of the season, is difficult. But the SEC hasn't cornered the market on tailgating like it has national championships. If you're looking to go on a tailgating tour this season, here are the top 12 spots to hit.
More Sports Stadiums are Catering to Boatgaters
September and October are a sweet spot for boating and sports fans alike as baseball and football season overlap with boating season. Boatgating, the combination of two American pastimes — boating and tailgating — is one of the most unique ways to enjoy game day at stadiums across the country.
Ham and cheese sliders
Make these favorites at home then reheat on the grill for easy Ham and cheese "sliders" You can't go wrong serving up these easy & tasty bite size Ham and cheese sandwiches.
The best portable grills for tailgating
Your sure to find one that will fit well into your tailgate! For hard core college football fans, no game day would be complete without the all important tailgate. Tailgate parties can happen anywhere - in campus parking lots, backyards, on the lawns of property near the football stadium, at fraternity or sorority houses and countless other places. When people decide to tailgate away from home, it's necessary to have the proper gear
The top tailgating towns in the NFL
Picking the top 10 NFL tailgating scenes is hard. Even if you’re in just one small section of a huge parking lot where the guys cook ribs like pros, your tailgating experience might combine enough fun and flavor to impress even the Commissioner of Tailgating, Joe Cahn.
Top Beers for Tailgate Parties
Football season is upon us, and while that certainly means lazy Saturdays and Sundays on the couch relaxing with beer in hand and pizza on speed dial, it also means early mornings firing up the grill with like minded fans in crowded parking lots. This time of year is for tailgating more than any other, and no exhaust pipe party is complete without cooler full of brews to wash down the nicely charred brats, burgers, wings, and pots full of chili.
Raichlen’s Tenderloin Cheesesteak
What a great adaptation of a tailgate classic! Prepare this the night before then cook on your tailgate grill- you won't be sorry! Here are a few other suggestions:
Flying in for the big college game? Check all your X’s and O’s
Don't punt on trip planning, especially if traveling to a small-town Smell the tailgate party -- it's college football season. But if you're flying in for a game, you might be headed for a headache. Cutbacks at major airlines have made flight choices more difficult this fall, especially to smaller college towns. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when planning your trip:
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 point in the sky. Head into the stadium, cheer until you’re so hoarse you can no longer speak. Just a few short hours later, after thrilling victory or crushing defeat, there’s little else to do aside from returning to the parking lot, spending three hours moving a total of 200 feet, and nosing the car out of the parking lot before heading back home. Unless of course, when you find your car again after that draining and exhausting game, there’s another tailgate waiting there for you. Continue Reading »
What we love about New Orleans food isn’t a secret: It’s fiery, it’s hearty and it’s passionate. And many Americans feel pretty much the same way about football. So it is only natural to assume that they coincide. But how exactly do you host a tailgate inspired by the soulful city of New Orleans? Continue Reading »
That primordial game-day ritual, that spirit-forging flash of flame and heat, the food that sustains the masses through soul-draining experiences, can be made in a way that is better for us and our entire team – on Earth. Continue Reading »
(NAPSI)Tailgaters are a serious crowd, particularly when it comes to their traditions, their team and above all their food. For many, a key to preparing memorable food ,whether its for friends and family in the backyard or for a crowd at the stadiumis having the right tools, starting with the right grill. In fact, according to the 24th annual Weber GrillWatch Survey, grill owners who tailgate say the top must-have item for a proper tailgate party is a grill (82 percent), followed by food (80 percent) and a cooler (80 percent). Continue Reading »
Tailgating season is right around the corner, so why not start gearing up? And why not start with the music? After all, cranking some feel-good tailgate tuneage is one of the best ways to prepare for parking lot parties, BBQpaloozas, and all things football related. And a fun playlist is the key ingredient most people forget when they’re ironing out details for their pre-game bash. Continue Reading »
Southern Living magazine announced the top schools for tailgating in the South and they are giving you the opportunity to vote for your favorite. Continue Reading »