Does everyone feel that chill in the air? Yes, that means Fall is here! Fall is my favorite season. I'd like to say it's because of hot apple cider and finally getting to brush the dust off my boots—but really, it's just about football. I love getting together with friends every Saturday to watch the games, noshing on a spread of tailgate staples like wings and nachos. If your friends and family have a similar fall tradition, I have a feeling you could use a little something like these. They're food spread signs that let you lay claim to your team's tailgate grub. We can't have any visiting fans reaching for our chicken wings, now can we? Let them know who's cooking by framing up one of these 4" by 6" signs on your spread. I've prepared a bunch for my favorite teams (Go Gators!) and a few teams that readers have sent in on Facebook and Twitter (if you're not "liking" and "following," what are you waiting for?). If your favorite team isn't here, don't worry; I'm working on Part 2.
I really believe that the best gifts are homemade. Not only are homemade gifts more thoughtful, but they're usually pretty inexpensive, too. It's the best of both worlds. If this one looks too advanced or gourmet for you, let me tell you:
We can't all be Martha all the time. After you've mailed the invitations, crafted the party decor and picked out the perfect hostess dress, it's OK if you don't have the energy to bake a homemade dessert for 28 people. But
Wine. And socks. It sounds like the beginning of a really strange party, but I promise it will all make sense soon. We all know it's a nice gesture to get a gift for the host anytime you're invited for a
The southern litmus test: If you're drooling right now, you must have spent some time in your life below the Mason-Dixon line. Chicken and waffles (yes, served together) is a southern tradition. And let me tell you, if you want to