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All Fantasy, No Football: Week 2

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Are you super stoked for the big game this weekend? Me neither.


Channel your inner Icebox. We'll get through this together.


chicken nacho skillet


1) Don't be afraid of getting a little cheesy.


I recently told a male friend that there were only two ways I would watch sports with him: 1) nachos, and 2) wine. I think that's fair. Nachos are basically my favorite food group. I once missed an entire third quarter of a basketball game, because I was so engrossed in my nachos. My personal preference is for that extra soup-y amaze-balls cheese, like this Quickie Chicken Nacho Skillet. J'adore!

cranberry gin cocktail

2) Day drinking is one of football's best saving graces.


As much as my wallet would love it, straight up beer from a can is just not my thing. It might be a little more difficult to sneak your favorite Bourdeaux into a tailgate party without seeming too frou-frou, but you'll probably be able to find a bottle of vodka somewhere in the mix. Give this pretty and seasonal cocktail a shimmy. Cranberry and ginger? Oui, oui!

tequila and vodka teacups

3) Class it up.


Let's be honest. I may not be that into ESPN, but I can still drink with the boys. Vodka? Tequila? Come play with me, friends! And, yet, I'd like to pretend I'm a little too dainty to shotgun a two story beer bong...even though Facebook would tell you otherwise. That's where these gorgeous little teacups come into play. I may have vices, but I take them like a lady!

wine and cheese chalkboard

4) Get crafty with your bad self.


Grab some chalkboard paper and use it to display your snacks. Label cheeses or just draw a Yours/Mine line down the middle. Bonus: If things get REALLY boring, you can play Tic-Tac-Toe by yourself or draw a mini sketch of yourself on a beach somewhere...far, far away from the NFL.


Until next week... keep it classy, Tablespooners.

 
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