Let’s be honest, tailgating doesn’t lead people to the best food choices. It’s time to change that. Here are ten recipes for a Slow Food-approved party. Go sports!
These ribs are the reason the phrase “finger-licking good” was invented. And they’re a great way to show off the pork from your local farmers market.
Like a hot pocket, but good. Don’t let the carnivores have all the fun.
Wings are so XLVIII. Take advantage of an inexpensive, sustainable, (most-importantly) delicious alternative. Plus, Valentine’s Day is coming soon.
What’s more American than a hamburger on game day? Grass-fed beef is tasty and healthier than its grain-fed counterpart. Cook them right with these tips from Bon Appetit.
Homemade BBQ sauce is super-easy and super-delicious. It’s also a great way to show off hot peppers native to your corner of the country. Find some here.
Take a squash, add cheese, serve with chips, triumph. This recipe features the Ark of Taste-approved Green-Striped Cushaw Squash, but a butternut will do in a pinch.
Serious, no-frills comfort food from butcher-author Adam Danforth. Use the best grass-fed ground beef you can find. (Cornbread optional, but recommended)
The Patriots eat these before each game. Maybe not, but you’ll still win your Super Bowl potluck with a batch.
Show your ‘hawks pride with a meatless alternative to the Italian-American classic, brought to you by Slow Food Seattle.
Have your cake and eat your vegetables too. Cook the batter in cupcake molds and bring them out right as Katy Perry’s halftime show starts.