Technique

2017 Alabama v Colorado State Tailgate – Roasting Lamb, Goat and More

Well, the first tailgate is in the books.  The seafood keg steam worked out great.  Thanks for everyone that helped chip in to get the food off in time. As I had mentioned last week, we’ve built a new fire pit and are going to be doing some more open fire cooking this year.  Many […]

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2017 Fresno State Tailgate

Well folks, the first one is in the books and that leads us to the first Tuscaloosa Tailgate.  This week we welcome the Fresno State Bulldogs.  Did you know that Fresno, CA is the raisin capital of the world?  I didn’t either so now we both know. This year I’m wanting to do more live […]

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2016 Alabama VS WKU

Roll Tide!  What a great start to the season.  We traveled out to Dallas for the game this weekend.  Walking around the stadium pre-game reminded me of one thing, it’s still HOT in September.  I’ve said it before, but I always remember the last few games of the year and start getting exited around Aug […]

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Tailgating Safety Tips

College football season brings the haze of portable grill smoke over parking lots, the delicious aroma of barbecued foods, and the sharing of a variety of beverages. Folks who gather in parking lots across America understand the age old tradition of tailgating, the uniquely American tradition of backyard-to-parking-lot grilling and socializing. But with an outdoor […]

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Seasoning Cast Iron

Cast iron is a great tool for tailgates. It is durable and conducts heat very well. However, it takes a little care to keep in cooking shape. Below are the steps I use when I want to re-season my pots after I have to scrub them down. I know some people claim you should never […]

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