Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Tailgating at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Games

Guest written by our friend Gladys Fuentes.

One of my very favorite fall activities is tailgating at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Games! I love it because of the camaraderie, ritual, and, of course, food! The morning of the games, we pack up our SUV with all of our goodies, set the new house alarm thanks to great Adt deals, and are off to the game! We set up camp in the parking lot of the stadium. We always bring chairs, tables, plates, plastic utensils, napkins, and of course, food and beverages. Usually, we cook our side dishes at home the night before the game, and grill our main courses at the game. Our must have food items to bring are: potato salad, deviled eggs, potato chips, macaroni salad, condiments, hot dogs, hamburgers, pulled pork, buns and baked beans. We always bring a radio so that we have music and the pregame show to listen to. One other item we love to bring is games! Our favorites are the corn hole toss, a football, and a soccer ball. These are wonderful items for keeping the kids occupied while waiting for the game to start. Tailgating at football games has been a tradition in my family for years, and I hope that my children carry on the tradition some day.

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