Gridiron Lifestyle: Sides, snacks, rubs, sauces & marinades

 
Some people garnish their food with a pleasant little green piece of parsley or a sprig of thyme. We garnish our Gameday Favorites with things like deep-fried parking lot potato chips and homemade guacamole. Hey, variety is the spice of life, and you can't live on jambalaya alone. Believe you us, we've tried.
 
This is essentially two different sections: Sides and snacks could be its own section. These are little appetizers that you can quickly whip up on the back of your truck while waiting for the main event. Rubs, sauces and marinades will help turn that lifeless piece of meat until a tempting, spicy, flavorful and, in many instances, fat-filled delicacy.

White trash cheese dip

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The name says it all: this dip is cheaper than a trailer park single-wide, but oh-so-tasty you'll think you died and went to redneck heaven.



Lew's horseradish mustard

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Buffalo wing sauce

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Cherry honey ale glaze

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Carolina pulled pork sauce

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Wheat beer seafood marinade

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Andy's Creole seasoning

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Wheat beer steak sauce & marinade

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Tailgate French fries

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Tailgate potato chips

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