Five Easy Tailgate Dishes to Try

Posted on 20. Sep, 2013 by in Eats, How To's, Local Events, On Campus, Weekend

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.

5 Easy Tailgate Recipes that you can make the night before | CMC Scene

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

(smart girl)

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

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