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Blue’s War Damn Butts

contributed by Blue Russell Ingredients 1 Boston Butt Rub Ingredients: ¼ Tsp. Cumin ¼ Tsp. Cinnamon 1 Tsp. Chili Powder 1 Tsp. Garlic Powder ¼ Cup Brown Sugar ¼ Cup Paprika ¼ Cup Sea Salt or Kosher Salt Instructions Mix thoroughly in bowl and … Continue reading

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Auburn Hospitality Sets Standards

Gamecock fans can show team pride without being rude, disrespectful By Josh Dawsey, Ellen Meder and Kara Apel The Daily Gamecock Published: Sunday, September 26, 2010 Welcome to Auburn. Seriously. Welcome to Auburn. Everyone said it – while giving directions, … Continue reading

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Slushy Tailgate Drink (aka “Jackie Juice”)

Contributed by Cleo Gorman Ingredients: 1 can pineapple juice 1 small bottle mango juice (pineapple/mango juice is named in original recipe, but it’s difficult to find, so I just purchased them separately) 1 can frozen lemonade 1 can frozen limeade … Continue reading

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Eagle Practice at Jordan-Hare

Here is a pretty cool article and video about the practice regimen and expectations from the trainers of the eagles that fly in pregame. It’s definitely worth the read! A volunteer, wearing a glove over one hand while clutching a … Continue reading

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Tailgate Trailer is READY!

Well, we had an excellent mock tailgate Saturday night. Over 30 people showed up, and we had a great time. Everything worked out perfectly. We even had a serious downpour after we had the tents up and the TV on, … Continue reading

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Stuffed Jalapenos

contributed by Harry Lemming Ingredients: 1lb ground sausage (browned) 1 cream cheese 3/4 cup grated parmesan 24-26 fresh jalepeno peppers – halved & cleaned Instructions: Mix cream cheese with browned sausage and stuff jalepenos with mixture. Bake 25 minutes at … Continue reading

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Don’t Underestimate the Power of Wind!

It only takes one good gust to destroy a lot of equipment, and possibly cause some pretty serious injuries. By taking a few minutes to secure your tents, you can ensure that your tailgate is still standing after the big storm. Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Tickets!

While most forgotten items may not be crucial to the gameday experience, tickets really are. Continue reading

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Insect Control

Remember that your tailgate is a party, and you are the host. You want your guests to feel welcome and comfortable. If they are being attacked by swarms of insects, they probably will not be back any time soon! Continue reading

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Clean Up Your Tailgate Spot!

Auburn University does a tremendous job of collecting trash on Sundays after games, so that campus is beautiful on Monday mornings for classes. Help them out by treating your campus with the respect it deserves by cleaning up after yourself! Continue reading

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War Damn Burgers!

contributed by Natan Shar Ingredients: 5 lbs ground beef 12 oz Mr. P’s Original Marinade* 2 cups bread crumbs Instructions: In a large mixing bowl, combine beef & marinade. Work the mixture like a meatloaf. Once the marinade is completely … Continue reading

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Toomer’s Lemonade

as published in Alfa Farmer’s Magazine, Fall 2000 Ingredients: 5 lbs. sugar 1 pint lemon juice Instructions: Create Simple Syrup the day before you want to make the lemonade by pouring 5 lbs. sugar into a gallon jug. Then fill … Continue reading

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TexMex Dip

contributed by Deby Lorino Ingredients: 1 can refried beans 1 small container avocado dip 16 oz. sour cream 1 package taco seasoning mix 1 package shredded lettuce 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese 1 can sliced black olives 1 jar sliced … Continue reading

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Texas Caviar

contributed by Elisabeth Russell Ingredients: 1 can black-eyed peas (or black beans), drained 1 can shoe peg corn, drained 1 can Rotel 1 can Diced Tomatoes, drained 3/4 cup Italian Dressing Instructions: Combine all ingredients and serve. ***Spice it up … Continue reading

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Sausage Dip

contributed by Jamie Wilson Ingredients: 1 roll Jimmy Deans Sausage (mild or hot) 1 can Rotel(mild or hot) 2 blocks 8oz cream cheese 1/2 can white shoe peg corn Shredded cheddar cheese Instructions: Brown sausage and drain. While sausage is … Continue reading

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