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Dan Henry explains how to use a pre tailgate list when planning your party.
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Dan Henry: Hi! I am Dan with Tailgating Pros. Today, we're going to learn how to throw a tailgate party. Right now, we are going to talk about how to pick your supplies. The thing I found most useful is the Tailgater's Checklist, you can find this on my website, or any tailgating website.
It's a great tool and it has everything we wanted to fill. If you live in North-East, the South or even the West coast, what you'll need for a tailgate party is on this checklist.
From the big items like the gas grill here, with the patches that are at back of the car, and a charcoal grill for you all times. You're also going to need trash bags. You don't want to leave a mess in the parking lot, so bring some trash bags. If you are the head cook, you are going to need disinfectant wipes because each time you touch raw meat or poultry, you got to make sure your hands are clean.
Paper towels, you can't go anywhere without paper towels, knives, forks, spoons, plates. If somebody want some margarine, look at this, you can mixed it up with this blend, and what if there is a chance of rain? If there is a 30% chance of rain, make sure you bring rain gear.
The list has everything. It also has the things that you wouldn't even think of, like a corkscrew. How about if somebody brings a bottle of wine and nobody has a corkscrew to open it? A flash light. What if you come out of the game, and your car won't start. If you are sitting on in the dark, make sure you have a flash light.
All these things are on the Tailgater's Checklist. I highly recommend, you go in, download it, make a bunch of copies. That way, you won't forget anything, and your tailgating experience will be much better. So that's how we pick our supplies.