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[21 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

One of the most important parts of tailgating parties happens to be the food. You want to make sure you have great food and plenty of it. Not sure what to serve? Here are a few tasty ideas that are easy to fix.
Easy Sausage Pepper Heroes
Recipes that allow you to eat with utensils are great when tailgating. All you need for this recipe is some onions, peppers, sausages, and some sub rolls. Cook the onions and peppers at home and bring along. Grill up the sausages, put on sub rolls, …

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[17 Oct 2010 | One Comment | ]

If you enjoy tailgating, maybe you’d like to grill up something a bit different. Many people enjoy breakfast foods and you’ll actually find that breakfast foods aren’t that tough to grill. Why not enjoy your favorite breakfast foods next time you go tailgating. Here are a few great ideas for the grill that everyone will be sure to find tasty.

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[20 Aug 2010 | One Comment | ]
How to Grill Asparagus

People usually eat asparagus with some type of entree they may enjoy. Most people usually wonder how to grill asparagus as they have never tried it before. It’s an easy thing to do and usually doesn’t take that long to put on the grill, cook, and serve.
You’ll first want to make sure that you have the grill on so that it can heat up. While waiting for it to heat up, snap off the asparagus ends. You don’t want to remove the spears though, just where the green color is fading.
Afterwards, …

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[11 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Grilling Lobster Tails

Tailgating is one of the most wonderful ways to spend the day. Whether you’re outside the stadium of your favorite sports team or just spending the day at the beach and looking for a fantastic meal to go along with the sunshine, lobster tail on the grill is going to hit the spot for everyone.
Lobster tails cooked on the grill are nothing short of fantastic. When you grill lobster you give it a very unique flavor that is totally unlike anything you’ve ever tasted. It offers an entirely new flavor …

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[2 Aug 2010 | One Comment | ]
How to Grill an In-N-Out Burger

Those are good burgers, Walter.
If you are looking for an unusual grilling twist on gameday, how about surprising your fellow tailgaters with a fresh In-N-Out style burger?  Serious Eats has reconstructed the cult favorite.  Everything including the bun, meat, dressing, and vegetables have been analyzed and step-by-step instructions show you how to rebuild the popular burger.  Though nailing the recipe requires some attention to detail, the ingredients really boil down to only a handful of required ingredients:

The patties: 2 ounces each, pressed flat to 4-inches in diameter
The bun: Arnold, toasted …

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[28 Feb 2010 | One Comment | ]
8 Desserts for the Grill

That tailgate grill isn’t just for cooking up burgers and ribs.  There are some pretty good desserts you can grill up too.  After all, who wouldn’t want to satisfy their sweet tooth before heading into the stadium?
Here are 8 great dessert recipes to try out on your tailgate grill.
S’mores
Classic S’mores – here is a version of the basic s’mores recipe, tailored for grilling.  On a cold day, you can’t go wrong with s’mores.
Peanutty S’mores – described as “more gooey and more tasty”, this version replaces the traditional chocolate bar with …

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[2 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]

It might sound pretty high-end for the average tailgate party, but bacon-wrapped scallops are a surprisingly easy appetizer to grill. You will want to do most of the preparation in the kitchen and keep them on ice until you get the grill unpacked and warmed up.  Follow these easy steps for prep and grilling.

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[19 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]

Grilling corn on the cob is very simple and a delicious, healthy choice if done right.  It is easy to eat while standing around, making it a good tailgating food.  Like most tailgate grill choices, most of the prep can be done at home before heading out.

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[17 Jan 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
How to Grill a Pizza

You eat pizza while watching the game at home…why not enjoy it while tailgating?  Grilling pizza is probably a lot easier than you think and the results are fantastic.
Making the Crust
You’ve got two options here.  You can pick up a store bought Boboli pizza crust or you can make a crust from scratch if you feel adventurous.  I’ve made this crust myself and it was surprisingly simple.  You only need a few items to make the crust dough, enough for two pizzas:

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[10 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]
21 Chicken Marinade Recipes

One of the great things about grilling chicken is that it function as a blank canvas for creative tailgate chefs.  There are limitless potential flavors to be attempted with chicken marinades and rubs.  Even marinades found at the grocery store offer an incredible selection.
If you are looking for a fresh new marinade to test drive next time you fire up the grill, here is a roundup of 21 different chicken marinades to try.
Basic Chicken Marinades
Best Chicken Marinade Ever
Balsamic Vinegar Marinade
Italian Chicken Marinade