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.
In case you didn't know, Festival Foods is the Grocery and Tailgating Headquarters of the Green Bay Packers. And that means we know meat. From bacon cheddar Festy Burgers to juicy Oktoberfest Brats, you won't leave hungry.
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.
Slice and pack up burger toppings in advance for easy access throughout the tailgate. Shape and pack up burger patties between sheets of wax paper the night before, too.
Nothing says home or cheer on the HOME team like homemade macaroni and cheese.
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.
Homegating would be nothing without a big-screen TV and a good sound system or portable speakers. If you don't have a good setup right away, consider shopping for a wireless Bluetooth speaker.
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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It's hard to cart around everyone's favorite toppings. Make things a little easier by filling a six-pack holder with your favorite hot sauces and other condiments.
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Buns and rolls. Packers cookies. Don't forget your party and tailgating favorites from the Festival Foods Bakery — all made from scratch and baked fresh daily. Need we say more?
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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