Whether you're serving 4 or 40, chances are you'll need more than one cooler for optimum tailgating. Here's how to organize: Designate one cooler for drinks and one for food. Beverages can be sorted into alcoholic and nonalcoholic sections, while food items are best layered in menu order. For example, breakfast burrito fixings on the top, after-game dogs and condiments on the bottom. This makes for easy reaching!
Editor's Tip: Do preparations like cutting bars or splitting buns ahead of time to avoid extra work at the tailgate. Also, pack according to the estimated guest number to help save space -- just be sure to include a few extra servings for any new friends!
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