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More than 51 million Americans plan to tailgate this year - and that's just during football season. Consider the legions of fans who tailgate at other professional games, college and high school sports events, or even at home, and you've got one popular American pastime. Debbie Moose's Fan Fare is the only book you'll need to throw a party for friends at home or tailgate at the big game, organized into five chapters: ''Kickoff'' (appetizers and snacks), ''Bowl Games'' (soups, beans, and chili), ''Hot Streak'' (entrées), ''Pit Stops'' (salads, sides, breakfast, and brunch), and ''Overtime'' (desserts and drinks). Fan Fare features 100 classic and regional recipes - and the stories and traditions behind them - for every part of the game-day feast, from Jo Ann's Campfire Onion Blossoms (popular at NASCAR races, where tailgating often turns into a days-long camp out) to bratwurst prepared just the way Green Bay Packers fans like it to the Hibachi Seafood Mix essential at any University of Hawaii tailgate, where fans make the most of fresh, locally caught fish. Moose has also included all the important tips for an impromptu party at home or a carefully planned trip to the big game, with pointers on food transport and safety, outdoor cooking techniques, suggested menus, and a calendar of sporting events, so there's a great excuse for a tailgate party every month of the year.
|Edition description:||Large Print|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.67(d)|
Table of Contents
Strategy Session: Proper Prior Planning 1
Kickof: Snacks, Appetizers, and Drinks 10
Bowl Games: Soups, Beans, and Chili 44
Hot Streak: Main Courses 68
Pit Stops: Salads, Sides, Breakfast, and Brunch 106
Overtime: Desserts 134
Game Plans: Menus for Every Occasion 147
Measurement Equivalents 149