The Playbook of the X’s and O’s for Tailgating or a Football Party at Home


Fall is here! Whether you are screaming for the Texas Aggies in the SEC Conference or the University of Texas in the Big 12 Conference, howl for the Baylor Bears or the TCU Horn Frogs, or cheer for your son’s high school football team, it’s football season.

And…along with football goes tailgating!

The good ole tailgate party foods are, on the most part, not in line with being “health-conscious. The ribs or brats, the potato salad, chips, dip, and sweets that make up a classic tailgate picnic can add a lot of fat and calories to your diet.

It’s only one day a week usually, so take a deep breath and don’t give up your favorite foods. But, if you need to steer away from those high calorie tailgating recipes, simply make some ingredient substitutions in the recipes found in this book.

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