How to Have the Most Awesome At-Home Tailgate

Oct 14, 2015
As many of you have read I spent last weekend in the cold and rain tailgating at an MSU game. Not being a big football person, I was pretty miserable. This weekend marks the big Michigan State v. Michigan game - the biggest game of the year! Below you will find all the components you'll need for throwing a successful at-home tailgate.





Food.

 

 
Booze.
 
 
 
 
Outdoor Activities. 
 
 
 

Team Colors.
 
 
Don't forget your friends, family, and a TV for viewing!
 
 

7 comments:

  1. It all looks like the perfect recipe for fun!
    Link this up with Jessi and I today!

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  2. 7 layer dip is one of my favorites, but crazily enough almost none of our friends here like it! So I don't make it for parties very often. But to me it's total football watching food! Love your round up here!

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  3. Tailgating is so much fun. I haven't been in years nor have I been to a football party. I'm usually working when the games are played. Too bad cause the party looks like so much fun.

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  4. Definitely hits all of the requirements! I've been looking for some new tailgate food recipes - definitely going to try that seven-layer dip!

    xo
    Amanda
    www.fashionablyclearance.com

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  5. So so so sooo excited for the game this weekend! But don't hate me - Go Blue ;)

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  6. this post is making me hungry for the weekend! and now it's making me think about throwing together some bacon-jalapeno poppers.

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  7. Love it! Tailgating is my fav! those recipes look so good!

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