It's meatless Monday along with Monday Night Football and I'm ready for the perfect tailgate! I love to host friends and family at our house and food is always at the center of our gatherings. This time is no different.
Tailgating has come a long way since November 6, 1869, when spectators lowered the buckboards (tailgates) of their horse-drawn wagons to serve picnic lunches from hampers at the first intercollegiate football game, Princeton vs. Rutgers.
Buffalo changed my life, and if it wasn't the best stop on my tour around the NFL it is definitely in the top three. Incidentally, that top three includes Cleveland as well. Dallas finished near the bottom of the list but this article isn't about ranking tailgates or stadiums.
No matter the main dish, there's one thing that everyone can agree on -- no one wants to be a victim after the ball kicks off. Because when it comes to BBQ and grilling, you have to watch out for foodborne illnesses.
Unfortunately, a day of overeating is typically followed by setbacks such as fatigue, headaches, and lack of energy. This can be attributed to processed foods and beverages that contain high amounts of sugar and sodium.