Recipes From America’s Tailgating Legends

By on October 15, 2015

For the players themselves, it’s bad advice to “leave it in the parking lot.” Yet for fans, especially those devoted to making every game an experience to remember a lifetime, it’s all about bringing every ounce of flame cooking passion to the parking lot. Gates don’t open until 8:00 a.m. for a noon game? No problem. Line up at 6:00 and start the party in the street!

It doesn’t matter what the sport or what the venue, tailgating traditions take on their own lives and ultimately become representations of the state, the city, and most of all, the team’s fans.

In Fired Up Foods’ first celebration of tailgating, we found three tradition-rich tailgating crews willing to share the stories of their heritage as well as some of their fan-pleasing recipes.

If you have a crew with a great tailgating tradition, we’d love to hear from you, too, at

Cincinatti Bengals: Bengal Bomb Squad

America's Legends of the Tailgate
Click here for tailgating tips and recipes.


Green Bay Packers: Die Hard Packer Fans

Lot 1 - 1 Photo
Click here for tailgating tips and recipes.


Carolina Panthers: Pantherfanz Tailgating

America's legends of the Tailgate
Click here for tailgating tips and recipes.


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