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Football season kicked off in early september and as of just yesterday fall has now officially arrived! As we bid adieu to summer, it’s time to welcome the fall with open arms. The changing of the seasons means changing up our social activities, our wardrobe, and changing up our menus. Let’s take this opportunity to welcome back some of our favorite fall time football foods and beers!
Nothing says game day like some delicious finger foods. Here are a couple of ideas to ensure that your game day is full of delicious foods that will help you get the most out of watching your team march on towards victory. Game day afternoons are the perfect time to try out a variety of different finger foods that everyone will enjoy
Nothing pairs better with football afternoons than some delicious wings. They can be spicy or they can be mild. They can be grilled or they can be fried. But for the quickest and easiest way, you should bake your wings. They’re so easy to make too. All you need are some chicken wings and legs and a nice sauce. Try our famous marinade sauces for finger lickin’ good to the last drop wings.
Cheese is a nice way to add a little bit of variety and flavor to your game day dining selection. Stop in to the meat house and pick out a vast variety of cheeses that pair well with crackers and fruit for bite sized snacks.
It’s always a good idea to stock up on craft beers for your Saturday and Sunday afternoon football viewings. The colder weather is the perfect reason to switch from your favorite summertime pale ales to the deeper darker ales of autumn. Some of our favorites at The Meat House are Stouts and Porters. Stop by The Meat House and pick out a beer for your Sunday afternoon from our large selection of craft beers for you and friends to enjoy.
Remember, whether you’re throwing an epic tailgate or viewing party or casually watching with family and friends we’ve got you covered from sandwich platters to salsa and guac and everything in between. Come on down and see us and we’ll get you ready to cheer on your team.