Happy Friday folks!
On the eve of the Florida v.s. Tennessee game, we’ve racked up some of the easiest (but impressive) tailgate recipes. Why not give them a try? See these and other ideas on our Game Day Eats board on Pinterest and download our free tailgate checklist here.
Martha serves up a mean Spicy Pork Meatball! This 4 step recipe may take a little more thought when shopping & planning but should be well worth it. And you can toss the leftovers the next day with a pasta or serve alongside a salad (if there’s any left over that is).
Try this Roasted Onion Dip from Spoon Fork Bacon. Seriously, it gets no easier than this.
Take a stab at this Game Day Guacamole recipe, it makes 57 servings. 57!
The easy to prepare and always popular Individual Seven-Layer Dip cups from the girl who ate everything.
And in honor of tomorrow’s opponent – Rocky Top Bites from the kitchen prep. So that way, we can eat ’em while we beat ’em – see what I did there.
Earlier this week we asked some of our Spyglass residents what their must-have tailgate item should be. Here’s what a few of them had to say.
Gloria G. said
No tailgate is complete without Coronas, corn nuggets, really loud music and hamburgers
Enade H. said
Beer, ice, a grill, a TV and of course, friends.
Peggie C. thought.
No tailgate is complete without hearing the Gators growl, a grill, some orange and blue frill and something from the ‘still.
(Yep. We agree)
Rebecca D. said
BFFs, rowdy rivals, the perfect coozie, lime-a-ritas…and sunscreen
Sarah B. said:
A tailgate isn’t complete without a football to toss around, a TV with other games on. A great location and fun people!
Have a great weekend everyone and oh yeah, Go Gators! *photos from sources listed above