Howdy Houston! It’s no secret women love wine – but we also like to tailgate too! I got with Chef Anna of Cooking Connections at the H-E-B plus! at Bunker Hill for the inside scoop on healthy tailgating options that act as awesome alternatives to the usual suspects of heavy, fatty ‘man’ foods.
It’s Tailgating Time! Watch my recent segment on Great Day Houston, as we share some game-time goodies and ways to snack smarter during this time of year. Ladies take note: Goodtaste.tv, together with Wine Sisterhood, is all set to guide you to be the hostess-with-the-mostest — from kickoff and until the clock winds down.
Football fans everywhere are going to LOVE this. The legendary Oiler himself, Dan Pastorini, wants a place in your condiment cabinet with his signature line of specialty Texas Style Rubs — award winning flavor and no added msg!
Any which one of these wines will do just fine on when tailgating with your pals. All fare is fair game for pairing…pulled pork, burgers, chili – you name it!
H-E-B Cooking Connections has the ONE sandwich bound to cause a dogpile at your next tailgating event. Get a load of this hefty bratwurst bulging from under a freshly baked pretzel bun…it’s a mouthful and oh so good!
We’re on the verge of one of my favorite seasons…tailgating season! We kept things simple and soppin’ with these all-natural baby back ribs.
Fresh fruit for a fresh new season of some rough and tough football! I hardly think there’s anything in Texas we appreciate more…These chocolate-dipped gameday strawberries are sure to be a hit at your next tailgate event. And why wouldn’t they?!
In the spirit of friendly competition, these guys and gals cook it out! It seems like any game you attend, college or professional, tailgating is as much a part of fan culture as face paint or wearing team colors. And they mean business!
It’s official: Football season is here! My dear friend, Rosie Benner of HEB, is sharing some fun recipes to usher in the occasion. You should definitely call a timeout to try the stuffed jalapeño poppers– packed with fried onions, Oaxaca cheese and, of course, plenty of fajita meat, they’re as positively fresh as they are crunchy!
You can view the video on the KPRC website.