College football on Saturdays, NFL on Sundays, baseball games in the summer are three different sports but are all tied together with a single event. All three of these things have one thing in common, tailgating.
Tailgating is the art of dining before a sporting event. Fans fill the parking lots with RV’s, grills, smokers, tables and chairs, and of course, food. What, then, makes up the quintessential tailgater?
First, you don’t have to drive the newest RV to be a top notch tailgater, nor have the newest top end gas grill. All tailgating really needs is food, a cooler, the right beverages, and something to tie them all together.
When it comes to tailgating food, some people will go all out. Many will smoke whole loins of meat on pull behind grills. If hamburgers and hotdogs are more your taste, that is ideally all you need for a great tailgating experience.
The cooler should go without saying, because condiments are a necessity for hamburgers and hotdogs. Your beverages should be in the co More info: tailgating equipment