A good tailgate party sets the mood for the whole viewing experience and is a great opportunity to chillax with your friends. So while everyone else is grilling lame regular hot dogs and hamburgers, you can host something a little extra with these Top Tailgate Recipes.
Most people don’t expect more than a basic burger or a hot dog from a tailgate party. If you’re looking to impress your friends and family with the kind of food that will draw people over from the tent with the 60" plasma TV, Aunt Millie’s has some tips to help you exceed expectations.
Brats are our favorite tailgating staple, especially when they’re from Johnsonville. They’re quick and easy to make and you can dress ‘em up a million different ways. If you’re running short on ideas, we’ve got you covered!
We love a good slower cooker! All you need to do is throw some stuff in it, and a few hours later you have deliciousness (just make sure your fire alarm has batteries). You’ll be able to feed your team without missing a play.