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Friday, September 4, 2015

Foodie Friday: Tailgate With Style

The only good thing about Summer coming to an end is the beginning of football season. This household is looking forward to the Notre Dame game this weekend. Those Fighting Irish sure know how to tailgate! Like anything in life, if it is worth doing, do it with style.  Here's inspiration for your next game day party at home or on campus.

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HERE: 18 Tailgate Treats & Tools

Football Dip Bowl
Don't worry, this cute concoction is made with frozen bread dough and Velveeta! The dip is a spicy queso. Touchdown? I think so.

Skillet Barbecue Natchos
If you have a grill and a cast iron pan, you can make these. The toppings take this natcho up a notch!
Heather Christo

Gazpacho Shooters
Gazpacho is always refreshing and the perfect kick off to warm weather tailgating. An added shot of vodka or tequila really elevates this recipe.
On The Move In The Galley

Shredded Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches 
Make this dish ahead in your slow cooker! It's like wings, but deconstructed.
Let's Dish

Stadium Cups
If tailgating is your passion, you may just want to invest in these cool and colorful cups for the season. Pick your team colors, and print them with the phrase or word of your choice. Invited to a tailgate party? You will get welcomed back if you arrive with these.
Neiman Marcus

4-Ingredient Pineapple Lime Chelada 
Sure, beer comes to mind when you think tailgate. But why not create an unexpected coctail? It's made with Mexican beer and Tequila, so it has got to be good. For sure, the women will love it!
Half Baked Harvest

Football Whoopie Pies
If you really want to whoop it up on game day, these will do. Made with cake mix, they couldn't be easier. Get the Football shaped mold at Sur La Table
Jenny Steffans

Caramelized Pork Tacos With Pineapple Salsa
These tacos start with thin strips of caramelized pork tucked into a soft corn tortilla, moving on to fresh cucumber pineapple cilantro salsa, and finishing with a chili mayo sauce over the top. A must make!
Pinch Of Yum

Touchdown Table Runner
The perfect easy accent for your party. With 50" of length, you can cut it to size.

Candied Bacon Corn Salsa
I just never understand how people can buy that bottled salsa when there are easy recipes like this. Isn't everything better with bacon, too?
A Spicy Perspective

JalapeƱo-Lime Coolers with Cucumber-Chile Gin
Said to be a triple threat treat for any sport. Especially perfect for warm weather football.

Korean Fried Chicken and Waffle Skewers
Mr. Shop This could eat breakfast at any time of the day. So he would be a happy camper if served this app on a stick. Aren't those mini waffles the cutest?
The Hopeless Housewife

 Pizzeria Pronto Outdoor Oven
You will be the most popular "tailgaters" with this pizza maker that runs on propane. No electricity needed! The perfect gift for a football fanatic.
Sur La Table

Summer Squash Pizza with Goat Cheese and Walnuts
The perfect and unexpected pizza for late Summer. Zucchini is abundant and so are the flavors of this tailgate treat.
Food and Wine

Margherita Pizza Popcorn
If pizza and popcorn had a baby.....think Parmesan cheese, sundried tomatoes, fresh basil and more yummy ingredients.

Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie Cupcakes
This picture and title tells this story! Just shoot me.
The Cupcake Blog

Tomatillo and Chile Wings in Corn Husks
There are wings and then there are wings. This wing recipe is in a category of its' own. The corn husks are impressive and also keep the wings super moist. See the recipe at
Food Republic

Crosshatch Hot Dogs on Grilled Croissants
I once was dared to eat a hot dog on a stick. I guess they didn't think this city girl had it in her. It was good, but didn't look anything like these. Oh My!
Food and Wine

PB&J Chocolate Bars
Who could resist these three layer lovelies? Best yet, it is a no bake recipe!
Food Network

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