For some of you the Super Bowl is your time to shine when it comes to entertaining guests as they watch the game. To you girlfriend, I offer a few tips from taking homegating party to the next level of awesome. Here are 3 easy ways to homegate like a boss!
With football playoffs upon us I finally decided to give it a try because nothing goes hand in hand with football like beer and noting goes hand-in-hand with beer like a large, soft, buttery pretzel! This game day recipe for soft buttery pretzels is SUPER easy to make (I promise it’s not scary at all and a has few ingredients) and hands down is better than any pretzel you would get at a mall! This is sure to be a fan favorite as you and your friends cheer on your favorite team at your homegating party.
Inspired by my recent trip to Georgia, I thought nothing was more appropriate than a peach cocktail with a little whiskey to bring in that southern kick. Whether you are a bulldogs fan or falcon fan, this sweet bourbon peach lemonade cocktail will refresh anyone no matter the game.
I have been on the hunt for the BEST guacamole recipe, and after taste testing many combinations, I think I found the winner. Although guacamole is creamy and delicious I wanted to share a few suggestions on how to keep it that way (because you know it can turn brown super quick!) Check out 3 awesome best guac ever tips below and enjoy this savory recipe all season long!
I can’t believe it’s football season again! Like, where did the time even go?! My husband, Cameron has begun the dance that he does every time this year which I lovingly call the “MLB/NFL shuffle”. He is constantly with the remote switching back and forth from the Astros game to the Texans pre-season game. This my friends is my signal that Thursdays-Sundays will now be consumed with FOOTBALL! In 7.5 years of marriage I have learned to get less annoyed by this time of the year and embrace it my own way. So I decided to share the love for those of you whose significant other will have pigskin on the brain for the next 7 months with this little guide to embracing the season and making it your own.