NFL’s New Season Kicks In Classic Traditions with New Recipes

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King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc. welcomes in the new NFL season with great new recipe ideas that will spice up any tailgating tradition.

With the first kickoff on Sept. 10, the 2015-2016 NFL season has officially begun, so get ready for some food, fun and football. King Kullen offers tailgating tips and game day recipes every football fan will enjoy.

To make game day prep even easier, King Kullen offers catering services with a variety of options. Italian and American heroes are perfect for a handheld meal to satisfy everyone’s appetite. Try a specialty hero with breaded or grilled chicken cutlets with mozzarella cheese, roasted red peppers and vine ripe tomatoes! Pinwheels, sandwiches and wraps with cold cuts are also available. Pair with any of King Kullen’s salads for a delicious, easy-to-clean lunch. Choose from the classics of potato, macaroni or coleslaw or switch things up with an antipasto salad. Order everyone’s favorite game day snack, hot chicken wings, or try barbecue ribs, baked ziti or penne ala vodka. Even macaroni and cheese is a favorite for both the kids and adults! Take the guilt-free route with dishes like grilled vegetables and asparagus vinaigrette for healthier choices to snack on.

With so many choices, there’s something on the catering menu that will satisfy anyone’s palette.

Catering is an easy solution to keep everyone’s stomach full and spirits up for any tailgating or football party. Plan ahead for the next home game tailgating event or game party with King Kullen’s catering. There’s no easier way to throw a party that keeps guests full, satisfied and entertained from start to finish.

This NFL season, score big with friends and family by bringing something new to the table. Next time there’s a “bring a dish to pass” request, don’t just rely on chips and dip to get the job done. These creative and flavorful snacks will make you the number one pick for the guest list.

Try Buffalo Tater Tot Bites — spicy tater tot, celery and bleu cheese — the perfect bite-sized snack made for toothpicks. (Find the recipe here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/199917670934239472/) Anything on a toothpick is a quick and simple snack, plus the cleanup is easier than ever. Mini Bacon Cheeseburger Skewers are another toothpick recipe and a crowd favorite. Who doesn’t love bacon? (Find the recipe here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/199917670934814597/)

Sticking to the classic snacks can be a great idea too, like pigs in a blanket, chocolate covered pretzels, pizza and tacos. When planning for the party, get resourceful! Make cleanup a breeze with these tips from King Kullen. Use an empty 6-pack as a condiment and utensil organizer. Use muffin tins for burger toppings or condiments. Skewer, marinate and prepare kebabs, burgers and/or hot dogs the night before. On game day, just grill ‘em up. To keep hands clean, create a portable hand-washing station out of a small water cooler or jug.

For everyone’s favorite game day recipes, all the necessary ingredients and supplies can be found at your friendly and local King Kullen Grocery. But if whipping up something in the kitchen doesn’t fit the tailgating schedule, then call on King Kullen for catering. Visit a store nearest you to place a catering order.

About the Company:
Headquartered in Bethpage, New York, King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc. is recognized by the Smithsonian Institution as America’s first supermarket. Michael J. Cullen opened the doors of King Kullen in 1930. Today, four generations later, King Kullen is still family owned and operated. It remains a leader in the supermarket industry. From that very first store in 1930, King Kullen today operates 36 supermarkets and five Wild by Nature stores across Long Island. In addition to traditional grocery, King Kullen features a large catering and prepared foods department, freshly-baked breads and sweets, and healthy and organic areas, with pharmacies in many stores as well.

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