Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just hang out to be one of the guys, here are some of the best online food bloggers to follow to make sure your game day snacks are touchdown dance worthy.
This So-Cal food blogger is a major fan of the NFL herself and knows how to give fellow fans what they want. She even has a Superbowl section on her website with 100-plus recipes all dedicated to the Big Game. Looking for (football) fan favorites? Try the buffalo cheeseburger tater tot casserole, the taco ring or the buffalo chicken dip bread bowl.
Cooking and Beer
Looking to make some tasty finger foods? Justine gives you 22 appetizer recipes in her football-themed article on Cooking and Beer. Bonus points if you bring the suggested beer pairing for each dish.
What’s Gaby Cooking
If you, or someone you’re cooking for, is a vegetarian, then Gaby has you covered. What’s Gaby Cooking lists 24 game day recipes, half without meat, to bring to your potluck or tailgate. The Poblano Corn Cheese Dip in particular is a sure winner.
Cupcakes and Kale Chips
If you want a table filled with bite-sized, creative snacks then Brianne is your girl. She curated a “Best Game Day Recipes” article including 30 different tailgate recipes from her favorite bloggers around the country.
Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
It can be tough to find healthy foods for game days when cheesy goodness and mouth-watering soul foods are the automatic go-tos. If you’re trying to stay healthy, try a few of these “Healthy Game Day Recipes” from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen.
Chile offers bountiful opportunities to get out and explore. From volcano climbing to skiing, or surfing to horseback riding, the country boasts one of the greatest outdoor experiences on Earth. La Serena is no exception, and has plenty of places to catch some sun and adventure.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
The first Saturday in May is a special time of year for comic book fans all over the country. Free Comic Book Day functions exactly like it sounds. Comic book stores across the country host a day of festivities where, regardless of whether you buy anything, you can walk away with free books.