Football season has finally started and that means hosting friends with yummy treats. Why not have a successful gathering with a signature cocktail? Smirnoff Ice is the perfect drink because it’s a malted beverage with a citrus taste. Honestly, it’s the type of cocktail that anyone can enjoy served by itself or on ice.
Take sharing a bottle of Smirnoff Ice to the next level by creating a special drink or Fantail. The first item you need is a set of mason jars! They’re fun and large enough to supply everyone’s drinking needs. Number two, always provide decorative straws; they promote a festive spirit amongst your guests. Most importantly, add a dish of fruit to compliment the original citrus taste.
Game Day wouldn’t be complete without an order of cheese nachos. Enjoy the Baltimore Ravens inspired Fantail recipe below and share with us your favorite Smirnoff Ice cocktail:
It’s football season and you know what that means, fun and delicious food! Get ready to cheer on your favorite team with help from BJs Wholesale Club. It’s easier than ever to plan party menus at BJs for tailgating (or homegating) at home!
With their wide selection of festive, fresh and fine-quality foods, BJs makes it convenient to order deli platters, cookie assortments and custom-order cakes made exactly to your specifications. There’s no need to stress out, simply plan your menu and pick up items.
To make the process easier, browse through the brochure, then fill out an order form in-Club — or download one to print and fill out at home then, simply drop it into the kiosk at your local club. There’s a wide variety of foods such as Wellsley Farms® or Dietz & Watson® Sandwich Ring, Wellsley Farms ® Entertainer Platter, Perdue Party Wing Platter, and Classic Cheese Tray.
Your order can be ready for pick-up in as little as 24 hours! I’m looking forward to hosting my next tailgate party with yummy treats from BJs Wholesale Club.
It’s football season and we’re celebrating this timeless tradition with our family and friends. I was asked to host a fun lifestyle segment on Fox45 Baltimore News discussing HomegatingTips which is a fancy word for tailgating at your home.
I love to host media segments because it’s a great way to share information with a local audience and inspire someone to try new products or ideas. Let me provide a few quick tips for Homegating:
1. Select a Delicious Menu – guests should be excited to taste new (or favorite) recipes but most importantly your dish selection should match the theme of your party.
2. Purchase Game Themed Decorations – for me, decorations set the tone of any event. You wouldn’t want a pink table cloth for a Baltimore Ravens themed football party. Also, get creative and visit your local craft store and make decorations prior to the event. Don’t forget the dollar store when searching for inexpensive party fillers.
3. Prep Meals with Easy To Use Appliances – using appliances such as the T – Fall Opti Grill or Krups Beer Tender enables you (as the host) time to prepare for other aspects of the event while enjoying your guest. And here’s the secret, they’re time savers so I suggest trying out a new appliance when considering hosting a Homegating party.
4. Ask Guest to Wear Game Attire – what’s a party without dressing the part! Ask your guest to wear team colors or jerseys to match the party.
For the Lifestyle Segement, I shared with viewers Cluck n Moo Burgers, Coleman’s Mustard, IMUSA Corn Skewers, and Cookina Grilling Sheets. Cluck n Moo Burgers are delicious because they’re half chicken and half beef (very healthy) but they cook really fast and very tender. My husband and I enjoyed a few Cluck n Moo burgers a few weeks ago and they lived up to their reputation. The additional products (shared) are also helpful when considering condiments, easy prep, and fast clean up.
Overall, I am looking forward to hosting my annual Homegating party and hope the photos and tips inspire you to treat your family and friends as well! You’re welcome to share Homegating photos with us – email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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