Spirit of Tailgating

Showing team spirit is part of being a fan of your team. Not only can you show your team spirit at the game but you can also show it in the parking lot. Tailgating has become as big of an event of the game. You will find some great tasting recipes with these eBooks from our digital collection.

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An indispensable tool for your tailgating arsenal: a season's worth of easy-to-make, sure-to-dazzle recipes from Steven Raichlen, the "gladiator of grilling" (Oprah). Curated from Raichlen's bestselling BARBECUE! BIBLE books, with more than 4 million copies sold, this is an appetizer-to-dessert selection tailored for game-day cooking—and competing. After setting out a game plan, including tips on how to build a menu, the importance of Brats, the necessity of aluminum drip pans, food safety, and more, Tailgating! kicks off with Stuffed Grill-Roasted Jalapeño Peppers—spicy, smoking, cheesy, addictive.

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Whether you tailgate at the game or party in your TV room, whether you live and die by the fate of your team or just want to have fun hanging out with the gang, you can't lose with these bound-for-glory recipes. From Slam-Dunk Sausage Balls and Goal-to-Go Guacamole to Big Feed Jambalaya and Indoor/Outdoor Kiss-of-Fire-and-Smoke Ribs, there's plenty of awesome, crowd-pleasing food to rally around. You'll cheer these dishes as hard as you cheer for your team.

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The only thing that compares with America's obsession with sports is our passion for eating. No wonder tailgating is a national pastime. Whether it's football, baseball, NASCAR, or the kid's soccer gameone thing is certain: have parking lot, will cook. Hungry spectators need look no further than The Tailgating Cookbook for sizzling recipes guaranteed to please. Packed with burgers and brats, chili and stew, tasty kabobs, ideal side dishes, desserts, and drinks to go with them, anyone can turn their simple hot-dog-and-beer party into a gastronomical glutton-fest of tasty delights.

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Bill and Cheryl Jamison, the king and queen of grilling and smoking" (Bon Appetit), are back with a book that gets right to the heart of what makes outdoor cooking work: a great sauce. Twenty-five years of travel to the barbecue citadels of the U.S. and world, plus countless hours perfecting their craft as they wrote award-winning books on outdoor cooking, have yielded up a book that gives any ol' backyard cook the means to create championship-style BBQ with ease. The Barbecue Lover's Big Book of BBQ Sauces is the first and only barbecue sauce book that caters to how outdoor chefs really cook. The book features 225 recipes, along with 4-color photography, for barbecue sauces, marinades, mops, pastes, dry rubs and more, along with detailed instructions on using a recipe for smoking, grilling, or both.

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