At this time of year, tailgaters are passionate about two things — football and food. The same can also be said for those who prefer to watch the game at home, too. Fire up the grill, throw on some burgers, brats or hot dogs and you already have the beginning of a great party. The game creates a festive atmosphere, so all you have to do is feed the fans. To coach you to pre-game victory, we’ve put together a play-by-play guide to tailgating prep complete with recipes, serving suggestions and tips for getting it all done.
[The reading of a Letter to the Editor in the Presbyterian Outlook recently (8/24/2010) led to the writing of this column. The letter writer was P.W. Gregory from Lambertville, N.J.)
A recipe for Rolo Pretzel treats.
Thomas Alexander Quick, 87, died Saturday, September 25, 2010, at the Heritage Health Care Center at The Pines, Dillon, SC.
This week I have another recipe from my sister’s mother-in-law Novella Fox of Taylorsville, NC. It is one of Judy’s favorites.
J.V. Martin Auditorium is getting a good going over to determine the feasibility of a renovation.
What was it like to be in New York when it happened?
Shock. Disbelief. Horror. Then terrible grief and sadness, as the impact of the event in terms of loss of life became more and more apparent.
Spiced Honey Butter is tasty.
Shangri-La is generally understood to be a mythical place of unusual beauty, a place veiled in secrecy, a place whose only limitation is the imagination of the one describing its loveliness and seductiveness.
This week’s recipe is one Kate found on the internet. She tried it and says it’s really good.