Fire up the grill and make these sweet and savory Teriyaki Beef Kabobs with Pineapple and Peppers. Pair with quinoa for a scrumptious, nutrition-packed meal.
FIRE UP THE GRILL
Eat football food! Whether or not you’re a die-hard football fan, we can all agree on the importance of mouthwatering eats and thirst-quenching drinks at every game. Check out these quick and easy game day favorites!
Ah cheese — it looks just as great resting on our noggins as it tastes in our mouths. Hear from the master cheesemakers at BelGioioso behind the award winning American Grana where it’s made.
Create a convenient hand-washing station by filing an empty industrial-sized laundry detergent container with water.
Our registered dietitian, Lauren Tulig, is joined by our Wine and Spirits expert, Bill Story, to discuss many of the fall football food and drink items that can be found in our stores.
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.
Keep the homegating party going even at commercial break. Set up some playlists and keep them rolling through the same sound system. When there's a break in the game, just switch inputs to the tunes already playing.
Bring a metal bucket for still-glowing coals and make sure your grill is extinguished properly. When it comes to tailgating and grilling, think safety first.
Set up a DIY toppings bar so people can customize their hot dogs.
Festival Foods is the Grocery and Tailgate Headquarters of the Green Bay Packers. That means we're you'r go-to source for anything and everything football, food and fan related.
What tradition did the Packer's LeRoy Butler start in 1993? The 'Lambeau Leap'-a player who scores a touchdown jumps (or attempts to jump) into the loving arms of the home crowd.
These sweet and savory sliders are a great way to transition with the changing of the seasons.