2016 Week 8 Tailgating Ideas

This entry is part 8 of 21 in the series tailgating 2016

2016 Week 8 Tailgating Ideas

This is a weekly series where we review last weeks NFL and NCAA action and check out new tailgating Ideas!

Oh oh. The Viking bubble burst. Last week they played like the Vikings of old and are no longer undefeated. It was an ugly game by both Philadelphia and Minnesota.

Here is the Schedule for week 8:

Thursday, October 27

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Jacksonville

Tennessee

7:25 PM NFL Nissan Stadium, Nashville 1,004 tickets available from $61

Sunday, October 30

Monday, October 31

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Minnesota

Chicago

7:30 PM ESPN
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Soldier Field, Chicago 6,586 tickets available from $52
In the college ranks here is the latest AP poll:
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Louisville joins the top 5 and Michigan moves up to #2.
Here is a highlight video for Week 8 in the NCAA.

 

Here are this weeks picks for your tailgating pleasure:

The Ultimate Tailgating bar:

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Sriracha Bacon Wrapped Onion Rings by http://kirbiecravings.com/

Mrs. K writes:

To make these, first slice the onion, making sure to preserve the rings. You will then separate the rings, keeping the larger ones to make the onion rings. After the onions are wrapped in bacon, they are dipped in a sriracha honey sauce. They are then baked until the bacon is crispy. Another layer of glaze is then put on before serving.

For the recipe click HERE.

For the potato lovers, how about Crash Hot Potatoes by  http://thepioneerwoman.com/

The Pioneer Woman says:

They’re so simple, it’s terrifying. Well, not terrifying…but almost. They’re a lovely twist on the tired old baked potato, and they perfectly embody a quality I always strive to achieve in my cooking

For the recipe click HERE.

As long as we are all about carbs here, how about Cheesy Pull-Apart Bread by http://www.browneyedbaker.com/?

The Brown Eyed Baker says:

If the prospect of filling your belly with nothing more than carbs and cheese excites you as much as it excites me, then you need to run, not walk, into the kitchen and make this bread.

For the recipe click HERE.

Any good tailgating party has plenty of desserts. How about these Fried Cookie Dough Bites by http://thebakermama.com/?

Maegan of the Baker Mama says:

Fried chocolate chip cookie dough for the ultimate indulgent dessert!

For the recipe click HERE.

These Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps by http://www.thesweetslife.com/ look awesome.

Natalie says:

If you love buffalo chicken anything, you must add these to your repertoire! Lettuce wraps aren’t always the simplest to eat, but a little mess on your plate is worth it for this healthy, easy appetizer or light meal!

For the recipe click HERE.

That’s it for this week. Be safe out there and may your favorite team win!

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