Setting Up
It takes a lot of preparation to have the perfect tailgate when game day rolls around. There are plenty of things you are going to want to make sure you have in order to make the experience the success that it should be to set the tone for Saturday. Chairs, tables and a canopy (just in case there is inclement weather) are a must in order to keep you and your guests happy. So grab your cooler and some ice, a grill and your favorite meats, some beverages of your choice and other finger foods and get ready for a great party. Also remember to bring things like footballs and other games to keep the fun going and be sure to always have a First Aid kit and a designated driver available to make sure everyone is as safe as possible. Here’s some advice at http://bleacherreport.com/articles/729486-college-football-tailgating-the-28-must-have-ingredients-for-a-great-tail

Settling In
So you have everything you think you need for the perfect tailgate, but now you need to settle in and make the party happen and make sure it’s a fun and safe environment for everyone involved. The most important thing is to remember you’re in a public place, so it’s extremely important to be courteous to the others around. Be a good neighbor. Keep your music down. Don’t be afraid to offer food and drinks to those around you and make sure everyone is staying safe - especially when it comes time to put the fire out on your grill and when you work with preparing your food. Be sure to check your school’s websites for maps and other tailgating information. For more tips on a great tailgate, read more at http://realestate.aol.com/blog/videos/space-makeovers/149448053/

Eating Well
Everyone loves grilling out and eating a lot of great food at their tailgate party every week leading up to the big game, but it can’t always be the healthiest stuff in the world. There are plenty of alternatives to the fatty and unhealthy foods that many people tend to eat at tailgates. You can make lean proteins (grilled pork tenderloins, chicken sausages), low-calorie sides like coleslaw with vinaigrette in the place of mayonnaise and healthy sandwiches and snacks that are high in fiber. There’s no reason you can’t pig out at your tailgate while still eating healthy. Check out these ideas at http://www.nola.com/healthy-eating/2014/08/pack_the_perfect_picnic_or_tai.html


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