The options for football time (or anytime) grilling from Festival Foods are endless! Take a walk with us through our freshly stocked Meat Department and Deli, which features many of our guests’ favorites.
At Festival Foods, we live and breathe football food. In fact, we're proud to be the Grocery and Tailgating Headquarters of the Green Bay Packers.
Plan to arrive four hours before the game starts. Then eat two hours before the game so you have plenty of time to set up and clean up.
With tangy cranberries, sharp cheddar, savory turkey sausage and sweet fresh cranberry sauce, these Cranberry Cheddar Meatballs are sure to be hit at any get together.
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You'll almost never see a football food table without tasty meats and artisan cheeses. If you don't have time to prepare your cheese plates, stop by the deli. We'll do all the work and you'll get all the glory.
Slow down your tailgate party snacks and avoid overeating by shelling your own peanuts or pistachios or try air popped popcorn (bonus: it's gluten free).
Most Career Rushing Yards: Ahman Green, 8,322 (2000-2006, 2009). Most Career Passing Yards: Brett Favre, 61,655 yards (1992-2007). Most Career Receptions: Donald Driver, 743 receptions (1999-2012).
This recipe swaps out hamburger for fresh ahi tuna, and features a creamy sriracha aioli. It puts a whole new spin on the classic American cheeseburger, but is every bit just as worthy of celebration.
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Don't forget to check the weather, you may need sunscreen.
Cheesy potatoes may be a family favorite for many during the holidays, but it's never too soon to break out this gooey recipe especially when it comes time to pass a dish around for the game.
The Packers first official season was in 1921. At that time, they were known as the Acme Packers of Green Bay and were now in the big leagues – sort of. Green Bay was the smallest city in the league when it joined that year — and has been ever since.
Put a new twist on your normal guacamole by adding ... broccoli! We like to call this dish broccamole!