The Tradition of Tailgating
Nothing brings people together quite like celebrating their favorite teams and enjoying good food and good company. Tailgating is a beloved American tradition that has been a staple for football games nationwide. Who doesn’t love the camaraderie that comes with sharing food before a big game? Even the good spirited rivalry that comes from backing opposing teams is something to look forward to at a tailgate.
We’ve got a few tips to help make your tailgate a success every time!
Tailgating Tips for a Stress-Free Game Day
- Plan your menu in advance. Knowing what you want to serve ahead of time will give you plenty of time to get your groceries (or order your meat from Pederson’s).
- Prep as much as possible the day before. This could include marinating meats, chopping vegetables, and assembling any cold dishes.
- Make sure you have the essentials, such as a portable grill, cooler, chairs, and disposable tableware.
- Arrive early to secure a prime tailgating spot and set up your party area.
- Don't forget to pack trash bags for easy cleanup and disposal.
- Most importantly, enjoy the company of friends and family while cheering on your favorite teams!
When you choose Pederson’s products to serve at your tailgate, you’re choosing natural ingredients, avoiding added sugars, and focusing on flavor ensures that your tailgate party will be a hit with your guests. On top of that, you’re choosing a company with a mission to ensure animal welfare and bring its customers food that they love.