Fans will forget all about the football once they see you arrive at the tailgate with this dish.
By using similar ingredients with a change-up in technique, you can make two types of chicken wings. These will keep all fans happy.
A happy-go-lucky, finger-food dessert choice, these no-bake sweet treats brighten up just about any event or celebration. Pull them out after your team’s loss to cheer up discouraged fans.
Don’t let the stress of the holidays mean you can’t sit and enjoy a festive Hanukkah meal with family and friends. Here are some great Seattle area shops who can help you with everything from latkes to dessert!
Whether you’ve got a vegetarian in your group or are just watching your calories, this hand-held grilled portobello wrap is the perfect tailgating food at only 300 calories per serving.
Looking for a unique, hand made gift for someone on your list? There are some lovely bazaars in the Puget Sound area during December, filled with gift ideas, artisan foods, crafts and more to make your home sparkle and your gift giving list complete.
Pies and the holidays just seem to go together, but taking them to a tailgate party is a bit tricky because they are fragile to transport and hard to serve. Hand pies are individual treats that can be made ahead of time (even frozen) and brought to the game with very little fuss.
You can do so much more than a cold vegetable tray with ranch dressing to fill out the menu for a tailgate party. Football season marks the tail end of fresh corn season, so get this on your menu soon.
While waiting for the gridiron grill to heat up in readiness for the classic tailgate food of burgers and brats, the hunger bunnies still have to be satisfied. A delicious accompaniment to your beverage of choice while you wait are these two-bite morsels.
Can’t get to Pullman for the Apple Cup, 2012? Not to worry. Lots of places in Puget Sound are opening their doors and offering food and drink specials so you can come cheer on the Dawgs or the Cougs on Black Friday!