These just might be the most creative or gourmet game day eats you will see this season. Dig into finger food favorites that are easy enough to make for a crowd and devour throughout the football game.
Tailgating season continues! Here, self-taught chef, photographer, and food blogger Claire Thomas of The Kitchy Kitchen shares some of her favorite tailgate-ready recipes. Think you can handle the heat? Check out Claire’s three spicy homemade salsas, packed with habanero peppers—perfect for mixing up your tailgate spread.
It’s thirsty Thursday and here is a funtastic article…How to make a pumpkin keg.
Hut hut one, hut hut two. Try these drinks for game time, woo! Celebrate your favorite football teams with these simple, tailgate-able cocktails.
College football is back and we have ten Southeastern Conference team-themed cocktails to get your shakers going. Bust out your favorite jersey and cheers to another season.
We love delicious appetizers and dips. So of course we love when they are made in a crockpot to be easy and create great flavor.
As you cheer on your team or just watch your way to the Super Bowl this weekend, be sure to have the perfect bottle of wine on hand. No matter who you’re rooting for, there’s a bottle of wine that shares the spirit of the final teams.
What fuels the fans of top NFL teams across the nation? Check out recipes inspired by regional favorites of cities with the best football teams this year.
Football season is in full swing. Ditch the store-bought chips and salsa, and opt for these dishes instead—they’re a guaranteed win.
Try this recipe for the best, juiciest sliders to serve on football Sunday, topped tall with caramelized onions.
We are over the usual hamburgers and hot dogs, so we went on the prowl for something new and delicious that can be made ahead and served on game day.
Take your guacamole dip to the next level with creamy, tangy blue cheese and smoked, salty almonds.
Whether you are in it for the action, the commercials, or just the food, we have top dip-able appetizers to banish the silverware during the Super Bowl.
From football games to a finger-licking appetizer, here are our favorite chicken wing recipes from spicy and crispy to stick and sweet.
A savvy tailgate menu that takes advantage of the season while keeping things creative.
Cat Cora puts a twist on the classic Philadelphia cheesesteak that will make this Super Bowl one to remember.
Tangy, baked bean curd chicken wings with honey.
Chili blanca is a hearty, spicy, and satisfying stew that is a given in houses on game days.
Check out these ideas for a smooth Super Bowl party that can be prepared or ordered ahead, so you can spend Sunday watching the game.
In our newsletter today – two of our all time favorite tailgating recipes containing malt and hops.
Amber Massey serves up a batch of amazing game day BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders.
Get ready to cook up a Super Bowl win this Sunday with this roundup of our favorite Super Bowl recipes.
If you are more interested in the food than the football, this recipe is definitely for you.