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    Easy Tailgating Recipes For The 2016 Football Season

    Screen Shot 2016-08-22 at 5.02.19 PMIf you love football, then you will probably want to have a tailgating party. Whether you are having the party in a parking lot, on your patio or in your home, almost any type of real estate is good for a football party. A tailgating party lets you hare fun with family and friends while using delicious and easy to prepare recipes.

    Chicken Salad. Chicken is a good alternative for those who do not want to red meat in the form of ribs or hamburgers. Buy skinless and boneless chicken breasts or thighs, cook them in your favorite methods, and once cool, chop up the chicken. Then add mayonnaise, chopped up celery, green peppers, and onions. Add salt, curry or black pepper to taste.

    Beef Chili. Chili is always popular at a tailgate party and it can be easy to make. Add a can of kidney beans, can of diced tomatoes, and a can of stewed tomatoes to a pot. Cook on a low flame. Meanwhile, sauté ground beef in a skillet, drain when cooked, and add to the pot. Then add chopped onions and bell peppers.

    Beer Bacon Cheese Dip. Everyone loves a good dip. This beer bacon cheese dip only requires four ingredients. Cook bacon until it is crispy and then crumble it up. Meanwhile pour a bottle of beer into a pot over medium heat. Add 8-ounce package cream cheese and stir until it is melted. Then add one cup of shredded cheddar cheese to pot. Stir until it is melted. Add the bacon bits. Then pour dip into a serving bowl

    One of the best tailgating tips is to provide a variety of foods at your party. With these easy recipes, you will not spend all your time in the kitchen at your own football party.

    If you want a new home in Columbus, Ohio that offers several entertaining possibilities, contact Crager Real Estate today.

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