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.
Contrary to common opinion, the 'G' on the Green Bay Packers helmet doesn't stand for Green Bay. Rather, it stands for 'Greatness.' But we could've guessed that!
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.
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Helmets weren't mandatory for football players until 1939.
The clock at Lambeau is set 15 minutes fast as a tribute to a coach. Putting in a little extra time and effort makes big things happen. Like the Packers, we know true success comes from doing the little things.
Watch behind the scenes at how Emmi Roth USA's award winning cheese goes from the dairy farms of Wisconsin to Festival Foods stores across the state.
A firkin: a small cask used chiefly for liquids, butter or fish. Take a look as local Hinterland brewer Scott Kissman shows us his firkin and explains his breakfast-inspired craft beer creation.
Did you know? The Packers franchise was officially granted on Aug. 27, 1921 — 95 years ago!
Nothing screams football like a crisp Wisconsin-brewed craft beer. Titletown Brewing Co. brewer Sam Hennessee got inspiration from brandy, oak chips and apples for his Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival firkin.
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You may be ready to chow down on sliders, salsa and more — but don't come to the tailgate empty handed! Whip up a quick snack to pass or swing by the Festival Foods deli for party dips, trays and pre-made appetizers.
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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).