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College Football Tailgating Cookbook
Are you ready for some football? Yes, football season has started and I’m excited to share with you the all new SEC College Football Tailgating Cookbook. When I moved to Florida back in 2003, I couldn’t believe how hyped everyone was about college football. Back in Buffalo, NY, no one is concerned with that. And when I moved to Kansas, once again, everyone is all about college football. Who knew it was so popular. It definitely is a Southern thin.
So it’s only normal that Southern Living would come out with the SEC College Football Tailgating Cookbook. It’s filled with over 100 of the most popular team recipes that everyone is sure to love.
I know quite a few people that would love this cookbook because it features their favorite team like Alabama Crimson Tide (Roll Tide), Florida Gators, and Ole Miss Rebels. Who’s your favorite? Some of the recipes include Smoked War Eagle Wings with White Sauce, Mississippi Mud Trifle, and Fried Catfish Fingers. I can’t wait to try some of these.
You will also find fun facts and trivia as well as tips for starting the grill, keeping food safe outdoors and humorous Southern tailgating rules. Not sure how to decorate for your upcoming tailgating party? Have no fear. It also includes decorating tips with photos for transforming your tailgate presentation into school-specific tablescapes. I love photos!
You will also find some new adult beverages that are perfect for your tailgating party. Want to try a Limeaid Gator-ade, Bulldog Blitz or even a Dynamite Tea? It has recipes for these and so much more.
Get yours today for yourself and pick up a couple as stocking stuffers for the holidays. (You know you don’t want them borrowing yours because you may not get it back!)
The SEC College Football Tailgating Cookbook is available on Amazon.com in Kindle version or Flexibound version. I prefer to hold the actual book in my hand and look at the recipes and pictures that way.