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  • Prestigious Culinary School and NY Jets Offer Tailgating Classes

    Now, I know the die hards from Kansas City and Green Bay are going to mock Jets fans till their cows come home (literally), but this is actually a great idea. We know your grandfathers chili recipe has been a staple at your weekly tailgates for over 30 years, but does that mean it’s good? The Institute of Culinary Education and the New York Jets will be hosting a pregame tailgating cooking class to bring your ‘self proclaimed’ master of tailgating skills to the next level. Let’s face it, Adrian Peterson wouldn’t have gotten to the pinnacle of his game without some professional training, and it couldn’t hurt to have a professional train you on grilling. At MetLife Stadium, guests will observe an on-stage demo taught by ICE Chef-Instructors, while they prepare their own meal of: Bacon-stuffed Berkshire Pork Chop, Hanger Steak with Soy-Black Pepper Mayo, Bourbon BBQ Brined Chicken, Grilled Romaine with Creole Caesar Dressing, Grilled Broccoli Rabe with Parmesan and Grilled Lemon Vinaigrette and Grilled Banana Boats. Enter “Finally, Jets fans have something to look forward to” joke here. Get tickets here.

  • Buffalo Bills Have The Third Best Tailgate In The NFL

    Tailgating. The right of passage for sports fans in America. On any given Sunday in the Fall, parking lots in NFL cities swell with thousands of grill masters cooking up a wide variety of specialty foods. From porter house steaks, meticulously marinated in a secret passed down recipe to full pig roasts (we’re looking at you Oakland) the food choices are endless. Having the proper tools could be the difference between a Gatorade shower and a tailgate shunning. When it comes to grilling there is Coleman’s NXT Grill and there is everything else. This compact beast fits 18 burgers at one time, 20,000 BTUs for cooking intensity, and folds like a Transformer allowing it to fit in your trunk with ease. Did we mention the no-spill grease cup that prevents grease stains while you’re hauling it? Anyone who’s ever tried to lug a greasy travel grill home knows the crime scene, you could open up your trunk to. If all that talk of tailgating, football and pig roasts isn’t getting you antsy enough for the season to kick-off, we’re about to put it over the edge. We are in the middle of revealing the top 10 cities for tailgate grilling in the more »

  • The Top 10 Cities for Grilling In The NFL

    Tailgating. The right of passage for sports fans in America. On any given Sunday in the Fall, parking lots in NFL cities swell with thousands of grill masters cooking up a wide variety of specialty foods. From porter house steaks, meticulously marinated in a secret passed down recipe to full pig roasts (we’re looking at you Oakland) the food choices are endless. Having the proper tools could be the difference between a Gatorade shower and a tailgate shunning. When it comes to grilling there is Coleman’s NXT Grill and there is everything else. This compact beast fits 18 burgers at one time, 20,000 BTUs for cooking intensity, and folds like a Transformer allowing it to fit in your trunk with ease. Did we mention the no-spill grease cup that prevents grease stains while you’re hauling it? Anyone who’s ever tried to lug a greasy travel grill home knows the crime scene, you could open up your trunk to. If all that talk of tailgating, football and pig roasts isn’t getting you antsy enough for the season to kick-off, we’re about to put it over the edge. Over the next four weeks we are going to highlight RSVLTS official guide to more »

  • The iFlask

    The iFlask released it’s prototype a few months back and recieved brilliant acclaim for it’s “I should’ve (could’ve) thought of that” innovative idea. The newest version is finally for sale modeled after a 4/4S, holds 5oz of liquid and features a slow-clap worthy open/close system along the top in place of the auxiliary jack and power button. The iFlask also comes with a collapsible keychain-sized shot glass. The iFlask $25  

  • What is Causing People To Shy Away From Attending Football Games? [Infographic]

    As we told you last week, 60% of football fans prefer tailgating at home. So what is driving this change in the way football fans across the country are enjoying America’s game? It’s a number of things ranging from technology advances that let you watch every game in real time on crystal clear TV’s to obnoxious fans offending every kid within 25 feet with their drunken obscenities. But mostly this shift is being caused by rising prices in just about everything. Tickets, gas, parking, and the list goes on. 

  • Report: 60% Of Football Fans Prefer Tailgating At Home

    There’s nothing like heading to a stadium for a nice day of tailgating. You’ve got the energy of the crowd, the smell of the BBQ, kids bolting in front of your car as you try to navigate narrowing parking lots, drunken fans hurling beer bottles at your face, weather conditions that always seem to be either too hot or too cold. Wait a minute, that sounds kind of hectic and we’re not the only ones who think so. If a Ad Week/Harris Poll survey is to be believed, 60% of U.S. adults say that they prefer to watch NFL games on TV, all curled up on the couch, while just 6% actually attend the games in person. To further explore these stats we headed to football stadiums across America with former NFL star Dhani Jones to explore the drama that can go along with tailgating. As you’ll see things got pretty wild. So what is causing this shift from fans attending games at the stadium to watching them at home? We’re thinking the recession is to blame. Our paychecks aren’t getting any bigger but players salaries, cost of tickets and concessions sure are. This shift to at-home tailgating is not going more »

  • The Punch Bowl VI [153 Photos]

    Tip: navigate using the ← left and right → arrow keys The Punch Bowl, our weekly look at football tailgating across America, is 100% sports, party animals, beautiful women and original tailgate photos that you have never seen before. We spend hours and hours each weekend curating these photos from the far reaches on the web and we’re proud to see that the word is getting out.

  • The Punch Bowl V [474 Photos]

    The Punch Bowl, our weekly look at football tailgating across America, is 100% sports, party animals, beautiful women and original tailgate photos that you have never seen before. We spend hours and hours each weekend curating these photos from the far reaches on the web and we’re proud to see that the word is getting out.

  • The Punch Bowl IV [190 Photos]

    Welcome to another week of the most exciting tailgate experience on the web. As we like to say, The Punch Bowl, our weekly look at football tailgating across America, has all the elements that make outstanding content. Sports, party animals, beautiful women and original tailgate photos that you have never seen before. We spend hours and hours each weekend curating these photos from the far reaches on the web and we’re proud to see that the word is getting out. If you think your school or NFL team tailgates harder than the other guys snap a few pictures and submit them! How to submit: Send it to us via email: punchbowl.rsvlts@gmail.com. The Punch Bowl I [73 Photos] | The Punch Bowl II [115 Photos] | The Punch Bowl III [216 Photos] | The Punch Bowl IV [190 Photos]