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.
Looking to bring something new to the (folding) table? Lucky for you, football is our favorite season. Explore our latest tailgating recipes, snacks and treats.
There is nothing better than the marriage of two of your favorite things. In my case, it's pizza (I think everyone can agree with that) and grilling!
We created a bratwurst so plump, tender and juicy that it would keep bringing you back! Today, five of them make up our starting line — Original, Jalapeno, Wild Rice and Mushroom, Turkey and Sundried Tomato Turkey.
Set up a DIY toppings bar so people can customize their hot dogs.
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.
DELI TO GO!
These sweet and savory sliders are a great way to transition with the changing of the seasons.
Skip the hassle and hustle of going to the game and put your energy into throwing the best homegating party ever. Need something quick? Grab a pre-cut fruit or veggie tray — perfect for any party.
Tailgating can mean grilling up a few hot dogs and burgers. Or tailgating can mean meat heaven. Think: juicy burgers, tender T-Bones and savory spoon roasts, hand-trimmed in the store and delicious every time.
Did you know? The Festival Foods Meat Department offers custom and specialty cuts of meat. What does that mean? Enjoy custom orders for special events or just based on your preference for thick cut steak.
Take this Thanksgiving classic and turn it into a tailgating masterpiece! Watch as our registered dietitians walk you through the steps to create this Grilled Turkey with Cranberry BBQ Sauce.
We know tailgating is a serious endeavor for many football fans. But you know what else is serious? Food safety. Here are some of the most important 'rules of the game' for safe food preparation at a tailgate.