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With the banning of open flames, hands can no longer be warmed close to the fire, the scenery will no longer be smoke-filled nor will the aroma of charcoal-grilled food permeate the air. While a tradition may have come to an end as a result of Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans taking place just five months after the 9/11 attacks, did that mean the end of fun, fun-u-u-un, FUN tailgating? Not at all. Not by any means.
Before even delving into other possibilities, my first thoughts, idea or light bulb, so to speak, was electric instead of charcoal or propane. There are a plethora of inventive new technology means of cooking via electricity, even if the power source is nothing but the automobile. If you don't want to simply take my word for it, check it out by clicking the link below.
Super Bowl XLVIII tailgating: You can't start the fire, but you can still serve a great stadium spread!
Have fun but be safe! Show respect and honor for both teams. Each will be playing hard for your enjoyment.
Wave the flag of your favorite team but most of all, wave the American flag in honor of all who have sacrificed so you can enjoy the freedom of being able to participate and watch the game of football!
Fun Fact Sites to Visit:
6 Super Bowl XLVIII Facts You Won't Believe
48 Things You Need To Know About Super Bowl XLVIII
Super Bowl Fun Facts & Trivia
NEXT on the calendar...Something Sweet to Celebrate!