Fall is a wonderful time for football or soccer tailgates, bonfires, harvest parties, and those last family picnics. The problem with these wonderful gatherings is they are often accompanied with high fat, sodium, sugar, and calorie – and low nutrient dense foods. With a little planning you can still have fun at your next gathering, […]
WRITTEN BY: Lisa Barlage, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences, Ross County.
REVIEWED BY: Misty Harmon, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences, Perry County.
- Lisa Barlage
- Oklahoma State University, Department of Wellness, https://wellness.okstate.edu/nutrition-and-cooking/healthy-tailgating.
- West Virginia University Extension, http://fh.ext.wvu.edu/food/healthy-eating/healthy-tailgating.
- Live Healthy Live Well, Ohio State University Extension, https://livehealthyosu.com/2015/10/30/slow-cooker-season/.