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Tailgating 2.0: Bacon Rub from Kirk Muncrief and Albukirky Seasonings

Here's a great recipe for a bacon paste that you can put on just about anything! Our friend Kirk Muncrief from over at a< cialis without prescription a href=”http://www.albukirkyseasonings.com” target=”_blank”>lbukirkyseasonings.com  used this bacon paste on chicken kebabs and it looks awesome! I never would have thought to have made a “paste” out of bacon, but the […]

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Tailgating 2.0: Prosciutto and Havarti Jalapeno Poppers

None of these are EVER left over at my parties or tailgates. They are simple to make and grill, and aren’t too spicy because the seeds from the jalapeno have been removed. Sometimes I make these for dinner because I love them that much.  Ingredients:  10 jalapenos- tops cut off, with seeds and insides removed […]

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Tailgating 2.0: John Offerdahl’s Ultimate Stuffed Inside Line Burger

Here's a full recipe from John Offerdahl, the Gridiron Griller!  For eight years, this all-pro linebacker for the Miami Dolphins prowled the NFL’s gridiron, looking for football or foe to devour. Now he’s roaming South Florida’s backyards and tailgates seeking the next great recipe to tackle his taste buds and yours. His name is John Offerdahl […]

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Tailgating 2.0: John Offerdahl's Ultimate Stuffed Inside Line Burger

Here's a full recipe from John Offerdahl, the Gridiron Griller!  For eight years, this all-pro linebacker for the Miami Dolphins prowled the NFL’s gridiron, looking for football or foe to devour. Now he’s roaming South Florida’s backyards and tailgates seeking the next great recipe to tackle his taste buds and yours. His name is John Offerdahl […]

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Tailgating 2.0: BBQ Nachos – Super Bowl of Nachos

Chris Grove of NibbleMeThis, is an all star griller and when I saw these nachos, I new they'd be perfect for “tailgating 2.0″. Here are Chris' directions: “I smoked a pork butt this weekend (click here to find why this cut from the shoulder is called a “butt”). The cook went pretty much as expected. Here […]

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