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16 Essential Tailgating Recipes for Football Season - Recipes from The Kitchn

16 Essential Tailgating Recipes for Football Season - Recipes from The Kitchn
From The Kitchn - September 29, 2017

"Think of tailgating like a cocktail party, except the fancy cocktails and wine are Bloody Marys and beer" said my friend, and tailgating regular, as she guided me on what to bring to my first tailgate. Many years later, I can confidently agreeif you think about tailgating food as something that should be easy to eat with one hand and that will help balance out the beers and Bloody Marys, you ca not really go wrong. Here are 16 recipes to take to your next tailgate.

Dips

Pick a dip or two that can safely sit at room temperature for several hours or can be kept warm in a small slow cooker or dip warmer. Then go all out on chips, pretzels, bread, and veggies for dipping. It's an easy way to please a crowd on game day.

Snacks

These one-bite beauties are easy to make in big batches and even easier to eat with one hand. Most of these guys can also be made well in advance and warmed up on the grill or in a slow cooker aka your tailgating BFF.

Sandwiches

Sweets

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