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[10 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

Maybe you want to get a bit beyond the basics when it comes to grilling up some breakfast foods for your next tailgate party. We gave you a few breakfasts for the grill a couple of weeks ago.  If you want to do a bit of experimenting, here are some tasty tailgating breakfast recipes to give a try.

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[5 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

Tailgating parties can be exciting and fun, but you need to make sure that you have your party safely. Something going wrong can ruin everything for you. To help you out, here are a few important tailgating safety tips you need to remember.
Tip #1 – Cook Everything Thoroughly
One of the big dangers of tailgating is foods that get spoiled. The last thing you want is everyone going home with food poisoning. Make sure that everything is cooked thoroughly. A meat thermometer may come in handy if you’re grilling to make …

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[27 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

While you’re already having your tailgate party to enjoy a sports event, in your down time why not enjoy some fun games with your friends. After all, you have to find some way to work off all that food you eat. Here are a few fun games to try at your next tailgate party.
Passing the Ball No Hands Allowed
All you need is a couple footballs for this game. Get that team spirit going by having some fun with the football. Divide everyone up into two different teams. Each team should …

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[14 Oct 2010 | One Comment | ]

If you’re going to go tailgating, you definitely need to make sure that you have everything you need. After all, it will ruin the party if you end up forgetting an essential item. Here are just a few of the items that you’ll want to have on hand. Follow this checklist to make sure you take everything to have a great time.
The food and items to cook with are some of the most important items to put on that tailgate party checklist. Make sure you take a cooler along to …

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[19 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

If you haven’t been tailgating, you’re missing a lot!  Cookouts–or grillouts, if you may–are great for meeting people and enjoying the outdoors.  The sense of community and sharing can also be very stimulating.  So cook up some grilled recipes and drive up to the party.  But first, make sure you have a sturdy, propane-powered Coleman road trip grill to really make a sizzle.
Regardless of the model, a Coleman Road Trip Grill is always a hot choice!  It has two independently-controlled burners which can heat up to 24,000 BTU’s with a …

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[17 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

Cookouts are a great way to bond with family and new acquaintances, but they can just as easily turn into a major disappointment if your grill fizzles out at the crucial moment.  So if you love tailgating and want to feel confident about the results, tag along a trusted Coleman Road Trip Grill.  Durability is written all over its all-metal legs, grill body, and hood construction.  The flame is kept burning by a portable propane cylinder that can be easily attached from the rear.  And the cooking surface is large-up …

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[4 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

Tailgaters do some pretty amazing things with trucks, vans, buses, etc – vehicle modifications and paint can create a spectacular tailgating setup.  This is one of the more original ones out there – a garbage truck that has been repurposed as a big, bad tailgating truck for University of Tennessee games.

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[2 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

For you incoming freshmen looking for a primer on tailgating, host Isaac Easley offers some advice for first time tailgaters.  There are a couple of tailgating setup tours and three rules of tailgating.

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[1 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

If you are a fan of a Big Ten team or plan to do a little tailgating up there this season, there is a definitive guide to tailgating in the Big Ten.  The authors visited all of the Big Ten stadiums and provide stories from the road, great local recipes, and tips on getting the most out of your Big Ten tailgate visits.
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Both authors are Indiana University grads and as you see from the reader reviews, they are quite entertaining.  If you follow Big Ten football or just …

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[23 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Arkansas Razorback Mascot Slingy

What do tailgaters in Fayetteville fear coming out of nowhere?  Flying 20 feet through the air, providing only a few seconds of the Razorback Fight Song as it approached?  That would be the Arkansas Razorback Slingy, a great new product from Serious Antics.  Launching the Razorback Sligny is simple – pull it back as you would a slingshot, and let fly.  Your little buddy will take it there.  Wooooooooooo…….
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Very cool idea, but I’m looking forward to other school relevants joining the mix!