Feed the Masses: 10 All Star Campus Cookout Recipes

Feed the Masses: 10 All Star Campus Cookout Recipes

When you go support your college team or watch football with your friends and family, good food is a necessary part of the celebration. Read on to get a collection of recipes that will help you host a great meals with no shortage of tasty, game-day staples.

Chicken Wings: Try these chicken wings at your next party or get together!

Grilled Baked Potatoes: This is a great recipe to follow if you are planning to have an outside barbecue with your friends and family, or if you just planning on using the grill.

Barn Ribs: Maple syrup, paprika, garlic powder and cinnamon make this a sticky sweet rib recipe.

Grilled Corn on the Cob: The best summer food of all time. If the husks burn dont worry, blow them out or rub a little water on them.

Bill's Bloody Mary: Chronicle South to North columnist Jacqueline Higuera McMahan borrowed this recipe from Life magazine photographer Bill Bridges. While it's excellent at holiday parties, it's equally as good the morning after.

Rumaki: This is a great appetizer made of water chestnuts and bacon that will go with any meal! I always have family members begging me to make this for the holidays! It is simple and delicious!

Cheese Ball: This is the best cheese ball I have ever tasted and I am sure you will agree. I give it out for gifts at Christmas time.

Spinach Ricotta Dip: This is a nice spinach dip that is easy to prepare, mild in flavor, and goes so well with raw veggies, such as sliced jicama, strips of red bell pepper, raw cauliflower, broccoli etc. Do use the mustard as it is needed to punch up the flavor. This dip was inspired by a newspaper article clipped from the San Jose Mercury News back in the 1980s.

Barbecue Chicken Pizza: A favorite at brew pubs all over the country, this easy main dish is a natural for parties.

Beer Bread: Pick your favorite beer to add flavor and life to this simple bread.

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