Join us for Pre-Game Tailgating and help host pre-game meals for your Colts. Let’s get them fuelled and ready to WIN!!

 

Looking for recipes and inspiration for great tailgating and pre-game food?  Look no further! Here are some great recipes and ideas for pre-game meals. Each recipe feeds 12-15 and when combined with 4-5 other volunteers meals, makes enough to feed the whole team. *Recipes courtesy of Allrecipes.com

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                Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork

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Serve with buns

 

Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches

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Slider-Style Mini Burgers

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Touchdown Chili

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Cheddar Bacon Ranch Pulls

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Loose Beef Sandwiches

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Quick Potato Nachos

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Fresh Dill Pasta Salad

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Sweet and Sour Meatballs

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American Style Lasagna

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How do I keep it warm?

Serving your dishes in crock pots, slow cooker inserts and counter-top ovens are the best way to ensure a meal stays warm if it needs to. Remember that food can begin to grow bacteria at 185 degrees Fahrenheit after standing for just four hours, so be sure to plan to keep your food warm. Tin foil turkey roasting pans with foil wrap lids are a great way to preserve heat. Most of the recipes above are delicious served warm or cold.

How do I know what the team will need?

Check in with Cody Jones to find out what dates pre-game meals can be volunteered for. He can let you know what’s being made and you can suggest what you’d like to bring. Team up with other parents to make the most of the tailgating meals and let Cody know what your group can do!