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A few weeks ago I posted a story about Sunday nights being great family nights. The idea was to make Sunday Night Football a focal point for your family, and turn your TV room into a tailgate party.
It’s a “if you can’t beat’m, join’m” strategy. Why let football tear your family away from each other? Use it as a catalyst for cohesiveness. Just because the football players are trying to tear each other apart, doesn’t mean you need to!
In my last post, I had suggested that you don’t need to be a super-fan to make this work. It’s all of the stuff that surrounds the game that’s fun for the family. Getting decked out in team colors and logos; side bets on who scores first, who fumbles first, etc., using stakes like chores or privileges.
But even without all these things, having your own “TV Room Tailgate Party” has one minimum requirement: awesome food! Last time we showed you how to make Bacon-Wrapped BBQ Wings. In the spirit of trying fun, new recipes each week, the folks at Farm Rich are providing some awesome, Game Day Snack Hacks all season long. Check out www.farmrich.com/gameday so you can keep your team well-nourished for the game.
Boneless Buffalo Wing Pressed Sandwich
So, don’t let football intercept your family time – – make a touchdown with your own TV Room Tailgate Party!
Football time IS family time. We always watch the game together.
My husband and I love to watch football together, so Sunday Night football is family time. He’s a lucky guy. 😉
We don’t watch football all that much here, so we do a family movie night instead and just all hang out and cuddle! I love it.
We don’t really watch sports in our house so it isn’t really an issue. We usually do a big sunday dinner and hang out all night together!
Oh my goodness, I love Buffalo wings and never thought of putting them on a sandwich. How fun. That Boneless Buffalo Wing Pressed Sandwich sounds A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Thanks for sharing
We love to watch football as a family!! Making tailgating food is so much fun and even better to eat during the game!
My husband would probably go crazy for this. It looks great.
My hubby and I love to watch SNF together. My daughter isn’t much into it, yet. But I know she would love those sandwiches!
I agree about making football night a family night. It’s a fun time to bond as a family.
Some sports can be fun for the whole family to watch together! Delicious food can really enhance the experience!
Those Buffalo Wing sandwiches look heavenly. What a great way to bring the family together.