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Sunday Night Football Family Tailgate Party

This is a sponsored post; while the views expressed here were genuinely mine, consideration was paid to me by Farm Rich to review this product.

Over the past few weeks, I have posted stories about making Sunday Night Football a focal point for your family, and turning your TV room into a tailgate party.

The idea is to take Sunday night – – traditionally an awesome night to get the family together after a week of: driving kids to activities; getting barraged with homework; and a weekend of sleepovers and birthday parties – – and use Sunday Night Football as a point of cohesiveness. Don’t allow football to separate the family, when you can use it to keep the family together.

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And while football season is beginning to wrap-up, it doesn’t mean that you can’t continue your tradition of tailgating. Why not tailgate for movie night? Pretend you’re smuggling food into your living room drive-in theater!

Either way, your “TV Room Tailgate” needs awesome snacks. Last time we showed you how to make Barbequed Pulled Pork Quesadillas. The folks at Farm Rich are providing new Snack Hacks every week during the football season – – and will continue having great recipes on their web site after the last ball is spiked. For now, check out so you can keep your team well-nourished for the game.

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  1. This is awesome, also applicable for a way to bond with your significant other over football watching. I can’t get my girlfriend to watch the Patriots with me, but I’m sure this will cure that! Thank you!

  2. Wan says:

    Do those potato skins have… blue cheese on top? You’re killin’ me! I’m tryin’ to lose weight over here, ya know?! 😉

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